Lunch N’ Learn Episode : Learning From Over 75 #VirtualEvents
Before the pandemic, the Nasdaq Entrepreneurial Center was hosting live classes and events for entrepreneurs in its 13,000-square-foot facility in the heart of San Francisco. That being said we were curious on how the pivot to virtual events went and let alone hosting over 75 of it. We asked Director of Events – Laurel Wilke to share her experience and some takeaways that we can all learn from.
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01 March 2021
I think everyone should start mapping out their attendees desires in advance
Carrie is an events strategist for over 15 years in industries including association markets, military installations, medical, and corporate entities. She also Co-founded the Association for Women in Events, an inclusive community that elevates women in business. 1.) What's your...Read More
01 March 2021
“Virtual has really pulled back the curtain on how to value for our time and expertise”
Tacy has has been in the events industry for over twenty years, and serves on the board of the Texas Live Events Coalition. The Co-Owner and Vice-President of Meritage Events shared her thoughts about virtual events through our Take 5...Read More
22 February 2021
“Remember Your Event is Interrupting the Daily Life of the Attendee”
35 years of meetings, events and tradeshow management experience and counting - under his belt, Phelps Hope shared his views on the continuously evolving world of virtual events. 1.) What's your favorite part of virtual events? The flexibility of scheduling,...Read More
13 January 2021
Don’t try to replace an in-person event – Reimagine it!
Exhibit Marketers Cafe's very own - Marlys Arnold gave us her thoughts on virtual events and insights on what she thinks the future will hold for the trade show and events industry. 1.) What's your favorite part of virtual events? I...Read More
CategoryNew Series, IOV Talks
IOVTalks are a guided conversation wrapped in an industry discussion through which an event platform can provide a deep dive on innovations, feature sets, and technical standards.
This series is especially helpful for event planners and organizers to get a quick glimpse of available platforms in one place. An opportunity for you to choose the right event platform that fits your goals and needs.
CategoryInstitute of Virtual Website Launch
The leading network and resource for virtual, interactive, marketing and events professionals will be launching its member-only website showcasing the latest news and aiming to be the number one knowledge-based site for platforms helping professionals to build the gap between traditional and virtual events.