PCMA’s Rocky Mountain Chapter held a hybrid/hackathon event on Global Meetings Industry Day designed for participants to arrive at a way to engage chapter members dispersed over several states throughout the year, online and in person.
The pivot to digital events has constricted many associations’ revenue streams. But the American Society of Hematology bucked that trend by developing a successful new model for sponsors for its virtual 2020 event and a pricing structure for all participants based on a metric that makes sense in an online environment: time.
SISO and UFI published a case study on how the Jewelers International Showcase — the first show for Reed Exhibitions and the Miami Beach Convention Center since the pandemic began — safely convened more than 3,000 participants.
After being forced to cancel its annual in-person meeting, the American Association of Endodontists took a unique approach to digitally convening its members and corporate partners without trying to recreate its event online.
The National Electrical Contractors Association’s annual leadership conference was fully virtual and a first for the organization. Here’s how organizers encouraged attendees to engage — with each other and exhibitors.
The Gaylord Rockies Hotel in Aurora, Co., hosted a face-to-face event as part of the hybrid Convening Leaders 2021. How did they do it safely? Join us for a candid conversation with Michael Clarke and Tonya Almond about hybrid events.
Austin had been a big draw for 2020 American College of Toxicology’s annual meeting registrants. Organizers needed to figure out a way to bring as much of the destination as possible to an entirely online audience.