Seattle-based event production company PNTA teams with local event space to create a live-streaming soundstage that offers technology services to both paying clients and nonprofit community service groups.
It’s the first event of each New Year; Convening Leaders Live! Join us for this session where we will break down all of the pre, during and post event planning that goes into producing not only a live stream event, but a rebroadcast as well.
There’s no such thing as designing for just one user experience. Now we have to plan for the visual and audio experience, along with the in-person and on-line engagement. This webinar will discuss factors to consider in developing the room set while also incorporating specific content into the experience.
Kellie Shevlin of Craft Beverage Expo, David Audrain of Exposition Development Company, Britton Jones and Sharon Enright of NXT Events Media Group offer their advice about event planning and marketing that all organizers can use to make sure their events stay fresh, regardless of how long they’ve been in existence.
Learn about how, faced with hurricane Florence, the Water Quality Association (WQA) converted its face-to-face conference, planned to take place in Hilton Head, S.C., into a digital event in less than a week. All sessions of the conference were broadcast from four rooms at WQA’s headquarters in Lisle, Illinois.