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What They’re Saying About Convening Leaders, Day 2

PCMA attendees dove right into Thursday's sessions and networking activities, participating in chats, engaging with speakers during Q&A, taking part in conversation starters, posting on social media, and listening to great music — from inspiring performances to an upbeat playlist. Check out the buzz from Day 2.

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What They’re Saying About Convening Leaders, Day 1

Whether in person or online, PCMA attendees are never a shy bunch. As CL launched, they were finding ways to connect — in session chats, dedicated Slack channels, and on social media. Here’s a look at some of the buzz during the first day.

Meeting the Challenge of Hybrid Events

Hybrid meetings ask for more from planners, like finding ways to replicate the energy of in-person meetings for virtual audiences — and in multiple time zones.

Webinar: Convening Leaders 2021: What You Need to Know for a Successful Experience

Join us as we walk through the Convening Leaders 2021 event model and share with you how you can make the most of your experience. This overview will cover educational programming, networking opportunities and more. This is a must-attend session for those registered for Convening Leaders, but also offers great information for those making the decision to attend.

Webinar: A Whistle-Stop Tour of Ireland

Join us for a whistle-stop tour of the Emerald Isle, where Meet in Ireland will be bringing you a flavor of Ireland from the comfort of your own home. During the webinar you will learn why Ireland is the perfect destination to host an international conference, and you will also hear about one association’s journey and experience of hosting their conference in Ireland. You can also expect to be treated to plenty of fun entertainment that showcases traditional Irish music and dance at its best.

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Mother of Invention: Rethinking Business Events in Light of COVID-19

“Necessity” is a mild way to describe the impetus for invention brought by COVID-19. We’ve learned in 2020 that creativity is, as business strategist Natalie Nixon argues, “incredibly practical and crucial to survival” — in the business events industry especially, where the pandemic has forced us to go digital or go dark.