Modern event production is different. It doesn’t feel the same, nor does it cost the same. Plus it requires you to think about your in-person, hybrid, and virtual events differently from concept to execution.
Have you considered continuing your personal and professional growth in the events industry through graduate education? PCMA is excited to partner with George Washington University’s Master of Science in Tourism, Hospitality and Event Management (MSTHEM), offering up to a 25 percent tuition discount for PCMA members.
In this webinar, Honeycomb Strategies will share how events that truly consider environmental and social impacts can enhance brand, streamline event flow, and create a more meaningful experience for attendees and maybe even get to net zero carbon!
During this webinar, we'll discuss some key considerations to produce accessible events that benefit not only individuals with disabilities, but also help to ensure that all participants are able to fully engage in the event.
The team behind EduCon will reveal how they got creative with producing a revised hybrid event model, share the design and outcomes of the partner activations and experiences in The Hub and how collaborating with the host city partners and event suppliers led to the delivery of an immersive experience.
How do we make our destinations and events more inclusive and welcoming? Join destination representatives and organizers who are ready to share the struggles and triumphs they’ve experienced to ignite action as we work toward a more inclusive reality for all.
In-person, online, does it really matter? No matter where your event attendees are, they want to connect with each other. How are leading event managers doing this? What works and what doesn't? Let's ask John D'Adamo from VenuIQ.