The past year has brought an explosion of different technology tools for event management. As the industry returns to in person and hybrid events it is essential that we take a look at our event technology tools.
Meetings and conferences are data-rich entities that can leverage that data to generate revenue well beyond the event. Now, in addition to what you sell at your meeting, you can sell year-round engagement and connections.
Hybrid events are complex and sometimes things can go wrong. Other times they can go horribly wrong! Learn about some of the worst-case scenarios from our veteran hybrid event experts. Use their war stories to better prepare yourself, and plan meaningful contingencies, should things go unexpectedly.
Join Destination Cleveland, the Greater Cleveland Sports Commission, the NBA , and the Cleveland Cavaliers for a webinar, “The Making of the NBA All-Star 2022.” This panel discussion will explore the planning process, pandemic-related considerations, and successes of the NBA All-Star 2022 event, which took place in Cleveland in February.
Successful hybrid events prioritize both the virtual and in-person attendee experience, rather than favoring one over another. This requires a unique set of skills that your in-person events team may not possess.
Successful hybrid events prioritize both the virtual and in-person attendee experience, rather than favoring one over another. This requires a unique set of skills that your in-person events team may not possess. Plus, your team can’t be in two places at the same time to manage live speakers, Q&A, sponsors, etc.
In 2022 events will drive the creation of rich digital communities for professionals everywhere. How do you attract an audience to your community? How do you engage them before, during, and after your events? What do successful communities have in common?
Virtual and hybrid events have empowered millions of attendees to connect with event hosts, sponsors, and each other. This rapid adoption of technology has created new business models and opportunities for event professionals worldwide.
If there is one thing the pandemic has taught us it's no matter how prepared you think you are, life can always throw you a curve ball. When live events were no longer an option, many organizations had to figure out quickly how to communicate to their members, customers, and employees in new channels.