Your event is moving from a physical venue to a virtual space. Don’t lose the revenue: virtual events can showcase their return on investment – and let you retain those sponsorship dollars.
Recently we find ourselves looking for ways to fill the time while we socially distance ourselves from others. Each week in April, we’ll share a new list of our personal recommendations, so join us on our social media channels to find out what new list each week will bring.
As a company, Meeting Expectations places tremendous emphasis on not just creating core values, but actually “walking the talk” and putting them into action. One of the recent ways by which we demonstrated our commitment to several of our core values is with the introduction of the Stay Interview.
In our new normal of virtually engaging with our co-workers (and everyone else), don’t “phone it in!” Read these tips to be a tele-presence pro.
In an unprecedented rapid timeframe, COVID-19 has made a tremendous impact on organizations that rely on in-person events to advance their marketing or business strategies. While each situation is different, there are three key areas of advice that apply to all events during these uncertain times.
As meetings and events professionals work to responsibly respond to the coronavirus outbreak, how and when you communicate with your stakeholders can have a lasting impact. Whether you are considering canceling, postponing, or moving forward with your event, there are tried and true crisis communications strategies that are as relevant today as in crises of the past.