While the current financial downturn caused by COVID-19 is new, lessons learned from previous recessions can help organizations survive. Finding resilient programs—including certification and microlearning—can help maintain revenue.
You can still let your sponsors shine when you move your in-person event online. Also: ideas to make your June newsletter special.
Once face-to-face meetings start taking place again, health and hygiene are going to be a top priority. A new report offers ideas, processes, and protocols and how they could play out in various elements of in-person events.
With so many factors related to the COVID-19 pandemic still unknown, the health and safety of attendees, ASAE staff, and MGM staff drove the decision to convert the in-person conference planned for Las Vegas to a virtual event this August.
A look at how three associations came to decisions related to their group’s largest event and often biggest revenue maker: the annual conference.
Since lots of people attend conferences for the opportunity to network with fellow attendees and speakers, many meeting pros are concerned about making that possible in a virtual environment. A look at some ways it can be done.
How to decide who speaks—and who goes next—during virtual meetings. Also: Pick the right association management software on your first try.
Despite the large economic hit the meetings sector is dealing with due to coronavirus, industry professionals, venues, and organizations have still found ways to support one another and their communities.
From creating virtual tradeshows to turning a three-day event into a multi-week offering, event planners are getting experimental as they go virtual.
The gamer-oriented video-streaming network is having a moment in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, and its engaging users are a huge part of the reason why. It’s a strategy you could use for putting on your own virtual events.