Webinar: Balancing Educational Content & Fulfilling Sponsor Expectations

This session will identify ways to fulfill both of these needs by positioning your educational program to better meet the needs of corporate sponsors. A case study will feature an association that has created a successful sponsorship program with its digital educational content.

Webinar: Generating Inclusive Event Experiences

A recent study by Bizzabo revealed that 70% of speakers at events across the world are male and that only a fraction of those same event speakers were people of color. As an event planner, you have the opportunity to create experiences that are not just inclusive and accessible, but welcoming to your diverse audiences.

Webinar: Target Marketing: Increase Your Attendance

How do you make your event a priority, when your target attendees have an array of events to choose from each year? Are your speakers, topics, and networking opportunities enough to entice your targets, along with their colleagues, to register? This session will broaden your knowledge of attention span optimization in relation to sales and marketing by breaking down how human behavior has evolved in response to global trends.

Webinar: 10 Myths About Multigenerational Meetings

Join us as we bust the biggest myths about planning multigenerational meetings. Up to five individual generations are present at your meetings, and you’ll find they share more commonalities than differences.

Webinar: The Formula for Live Stream Success

Your first live-stream event was a success. Now what? Samantha Lazo, a recent DES graduate, will discuss the first live stream her organization, The Institute of Internal Auditors, hosted and share what worked and what didn't.

Webinar: Welcoming Diverse Travelers with More Inclusive Events

Organizers want everyone to feel welcome at their events, but LGBTQ+ attendees face challenges that are often not understood or even addressed by the industry. In this webinar, we’ll take a closer look at the who LGBTQ+ attendees are and how their experience can inform a more inclusive welcome for all attendees.