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How to Engage Employees and Elevate Corporate Virtual Events

Corporate events have largely become Zoom webinars during the pandemic, but these types of interactions won’t deliver results long-term. Leveraging a virtual tool to engage employees and create unique experiences is key to elevating internal virtual events.  Most physical events have been on hold for the past six months, and while corporate events will likely […]

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How Destinations Are Reinventing Themselves Through Virtual Event Platforms

While most of the events industry has rushed to move online over the past few months, destinations have been hard-hit by travel restrictions and have been slower to recover. However, many are making the transition to virtual in order to revitalize their businesses. Prior to the pandemic, destinations played a key role in the organization […]

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Event Bubbles and Onsite Testing: Are They Viable?

The NBA and the NHL have been able to resume their seasons by instituting strict bubbles for participants. Is this a viable model for business events, and how much protection would on-site tests provide? Event planners don’t have the same control over their attendees as major sports franchises have over their players, and testing still […]

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Breaking: Las Vegas Can Now Host Conventions with Up to 1,000 Attendees

Nevada’s Governor Sisolak just announced that gatherings of up to 1,000 attendees can happen in Las Vegas. In a press conference, Governor Sisolak outlined that gatherings of up to 250 are now allowed.  If a venue has the capacity to keep cohorts of 250 attendees, the limit goes up to 1,000 for a total of […]

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The Rise of Audio in Virtual Events to Combat Zoom Burnout

Zoom fatigue and new platforms such as Clubhouse are spurring a new way of hosting your events: audio. Clubhouse is the app of the moment. Extremely popular within Silicon Valley, it is spurring what Jeremiah Owyang described during our last event as ‘ephemeral content’. Strangers start rooms talking about a variety of topics, from inclusion […]

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The Impact on Small Businesses From All of the Cancelled Trade Shows

In 2019, events were widely considered one of the most effective B2B marketing strategies. With so many small- to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) already struggling to maintain profits, how are they coping without the benefit of traditional trade shows? Explori, working in collaboration with UFI and SISO, surveyed 9,000 exhibitors and exhibition visitors to find out […]

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The Hybrid Event Revolution [Free Report]

As events begin to reemerge across the world, what will this next stage of the industry’s recovery look like? How can the lessons we’re learning in virtual engagement be leveraged to enhance in-person experiences, and secure a positive ROI for them?  Are you ready to learn how to connect your audiences around the world? Let […]

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What Hybrid Events Can Learn From the NBA’s ‘Virtual Fan Experience’

Over the past few months, the NBA has been resuming games from a controlled environment, with a virtual fan experience designed to engage audiences from home. Here are some of the main takeaways for events from its successful venture into the virtual space. Although the NBA suspended its season back in March due to the […]

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What Will Events Look Like After the Vaccine?

Many countries are announcing their vaccine rollout plans. How can the industry be prepared for the gradual rollout of a vaccine, and what will the ‘vaccine effect’ be on events? Here, we investigate these questions. US President Donald Trump announced last week that, by April, most Americans would be vaccinated. Both China and Russia are […]

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Uncertain European Travel Spells Trouble for Popular, Hosted-Buyer Trade Shows

With cases on the rise around the world, the ramifications of a second wave are threatening European hosted buyer events. The future of physical gatherings in the near future is uncertain, and with their reliance on in-person interactions, these trade shows are struggling to recover. Hosted buyer events are being hit particularly hard by the […]

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