From incentive offers to new broadcast studios, we break down how hotel chains and major convention centers are preparing and upgrading for hybrid and virtual events.
MAP Digital CEO Mary Ann Pierce has been navigating the world of hybrid meetings for more than 20 years. Here’s her take on how this combination of virtual and in-person events will change the meetings world. Read more.
When face-to-face events return, the deeper connections, personalization, sharing of ideas and on-demand content that was the new normal in virtual events will make the even newer hybrid live event experience even more rewarding and relevant. Here’s how to make it happen.
COVID-19 has upended operations and created a “new normal.” Organizers today want technologies to help maintain social-distancing guidelines and make their events as touchless as possible. These nine tech tools below can help you get back to business.
Following are seven cost-affordable and cutting-edge ways to help raise awareness, as well as build audience interest and enthusiasm, when promoting your events online. Read more.
Edward Harris, chief marketing officer of the Philadelphia area’s Valley Forge Tourism & Convention Board (VFTCB), has left the tourism promotion organization to accept the job of president and CEO of Discover Lancaster, located in Pennsylvania Dutch Country.
These state-of-the-art facilities offer high-end audiovisual components and are inherently multifunctional. We break down two major esports arenas in Texas and Las Vegas as well as one opening soon in Philadelphia. Read more.
As early as February, Digital Deception began to see their clients move events online, as worries about COVID-19-related travel bans began to take effect. Read how their act was changed for the digital medium.
Thinking about launching virtual meetings as a standalone event option or augmentation to a live event? Amanda Ma, founder and CEO of Innovate Marketing Group, dove into the virtual events pool headfirst after COVID-19 hit, and offers her expert tips on how to pull them off, from pre- and post-event preparation and follow-up to technical issues to look out for and how to put that little personal touch on them that the digital world often lacks.
Western Canada has many industry specialties and intellectual capital that it can offer specific groups for in-depth learning and connections. Read this guide to choose the best city for your group.