We’re using this World Mental Health Day as an opportunity to reflect on our lives and how we take care of ourselves as young professionals.
We are taking in-depth look at insurance policies that have changed since COVID-19 took over, and some of the things you need to consider before confirming your next in-person event.
In this month’s State of Events, we’re talking about the difference between events touting COVID-19 buzz words to encourage ticket sales and actually doing everything in their power to be safe.
Block parties, concerts, and team building events are all great ways to come together, but how can you execute these social events safely? Our team has some ideas.
Especially after the year and a half we’ve had, volunteers, staff and donors deserve all the appreciation in the world. But how can you execute appreciation events safely? We’ve got your back.
Whether you’re organizing a golf tournament, fun run or a drive-in movie, we have a lot of ideas on how to execute them (and more types of events) safely for virtual, hybrid and in-person scenarios.
Our company name is pretty unique and we often get asked why and how the name came about. Here’s the story!
We’re diving into the Calgary Stampede and how it’s played a leading role in the large event space in the “post”-COVID world. What went well? What didn’t? And how can we learn from it?
There are a lot of factors to consider when planning an inclusive event. Here, we break down key elements for successful hybrid events.
With our last few virtual events in the rearview mirror, we’re reflecting back on many lessons learned. Here are, among the many, our top 5 areas of tips and tricks to set your next virtual event up for success.
Have you ever considered hiring an event planner, but are not entirely sure what they do or what value they bring to the table? This blog post breaks it all down.
We’re highlighting why hybrid is here to stay and what the best practices are for these ‘in-between’ times with safety being our utmost priority.
We believe that it is important to honour Indigenous peoples at any and all events throughout the year. One of the best ways to demonstrate respect is to follow the protocols that have been put in place.
There is some specific language when it comes to event experience and design. Thanks to Anthony Vade, CED, altMBA, we have a list of the top terms.
Event design is more than just the physical set-up that is seen during an event. Event design is an all-encompassing strategy of the event: from first touch-point to post-event emails or post-event follow ups.
Ensuring that your event is inclusive to members of the LBTQIA2S+ community is so important! There are a number of measures that should be considered when planning your event, most that can be applied to virtual, hybrid or in-person formats.
With the recent provincial Open for Summer Plan announcement, and in-person events well on their way, we explore the best ways to ensure guests are comfortable, feel welcome, and that identifiers and communications are clear.
Virtual events have event planners thinking about inclusivity and accessibility in a completely different way. Here are some ways to be more inclusive before, during and after events.
Planners are beginning to eagerly edge their way out of virtual events, as their desire for in-person events prevails. But is it too early and does this conflict with our ethical duties? Just because you could, doesn’t mean you should!
We’re hearing it over and over again “the future is hybrid”. Before the pandemic, hybrid events were not that common. But for the foreseeable future, they won’t only be common, they’ll be necessary.