Business meetings held in virtual settings come with some familiar rules and some different ones. Be sure you follow them to maintain your professional polish—even if you're secretly wearing shorts.
If you’re finding that attendees aren’t willing to travel to your large annual event, it could be time to consider a hyperlocal conference strategy. Some thoughts from an association that’s already implemented one.
The pro golf league held a tournament over the weekend with no fans and ample amounts of testing equipment. The result was a major success that others can follow.
How you can connect with your audience before, during, and after your organization’s event. Also: Motivate employees to stay on the path to digital transformation.
When in-person events resume, they will look very different. A new whitepaper by the International Association of Exhibitions and Events dives into what organizers will have to change to prioritize health and safety.
If you think hosting a virtual conference makes it more difficult to surprise your attendees or incorporate small elements of fun, think again. Here are five ways to delight your participants.
When it comes to virtual events, many associations are running into questions about how to raise revenue from them, according to a Tagoras report. Part of the challenge may be strategy—nearly 60 percent of associations surveyed said they didn’t have one for virtual events.
As participants transition to attending your virtual conferences, some may have a larger learning curve than others. Here are four ideas for helping attendees have a positive virtual experience.
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.