With the Digital Event Strategist course, there is a way to help futureproof your skill set so you are ready to be as nimble as the situation calls for. Song Yi Kim, COO, Chris & Partners took the DES course, and this is her story.
Whether you were ready for it or not, the switch to digital has begun. Events, meetings, school, doctors' appointments — all digital. This begs the question, why aren’t you? We have seen time and time again, industries going the way of the buggy whip, why not take this moment and futureproof your skill set with the Digital Event Strategist course?
It is no secret that COVID-19 has upended the business events industry. As digital events are taking a prominent place in recovery, event planners are left at the proverbial crossroads. Adapt or fall to obscurity. Carola Ven Der Hoeff found herself at this crossroads and took the path towards being certified as a Digital Events Strategist. This is her story.
Nordiana Sani, senior account director of Chab Events in Singapore, believes it’s truly important that we embrace digitalization and continue to orchestrate human connections in the COVID-19 era. In pursuit of structured learning content covering the fundamentals of digital/hybrid events, she turned to the Digital Event Strategist (DES) course.
With a vision and passion to embrace digital experience, Melissa Patruno became certified as a Digital Event Strategist in August. Upon completing the certification course, Patruno immediately implemented what she learned and produced a successful digital event. Hear Melissa on what she loved about the program.
Eager to be equipped with knowledge and skills to produce virtual events for her organization, Shira Gordon became certified as a Digital Event Strategist (DES) with full support from her employer, the Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada (PIPSC). We recently checked in with Shira to hear how she’s been crafting engaging digital experiences with key learnings from the DES course, and her tips on getting employer buy-in on professional development.
A lifelong learner, Berenice Lai decided to pursue Digital Event Strategist (DES) certification since COVID-19 forced her and her organization pivot to virtual in March 2020. We checked in with her to see how she’s applying key learnings from the DES course in producing successful virtual events for her organization.
As event marketers, one of the most important pieces of data we need to collect is our audience’s contact email address — and even more critical is permission to send them communication. Don't abuse it.
In her keynote presentation, renowned expert and author Bridget Brennan (“Why She Buys”) will inspire you with winning strategies and best practices for increasing sales by elevating the customer experience.