The switch to online and hybrid events has come with challenges and advantages. Within this model, conference organisers can set up a studio at nearly any given location. This could be a venue, a hotel, a university or research facility, or even in the own office space, which leaves a more ample budget for alternative event design. Green screen production for online events is an emerging trend due to the technique’s ability to create higher engagement levels.
The events industry is still grappling with the uncertainty that led to mass cancellations and postponements of in-person events. Moving forward into 2021 and beyond, virtual meetings like conferences and trade shows will either take place in fully virtual environments or as hybrid events. Therefore, conference organisers must be ready to handle new challenges, as well as develop new strategies to cope with existing ones.
Hygiene plans for business events have existed for a long time. Some of them took the form of occupational health and safety regulations But their relevance was usually overshadowed by other aspects of event organisation. However, from 2021 onwards, it will be essential for professional event organisers to be directly involved with hygiene and infection prevention actions in order to design and manage safe events.
Helping you managing your data, always keeping an eye on the newest data protection regulations/ GDPR.
Organising your attendance, so you don´t have to worry about anything.
Designing networking events that bring attendees together before, during, and after the conference.
Providing transfers, VIP services, and anticipating the needs of delegates who attend a conference in a city they are not familiar with.
Providing the human and technical support needed to ensure event registration is a hassle-free experience.
Delivering bespoke consulting services to help your organisation plan exhibitions and increase sponsorship revenue.