Goodbye (almost all) pandemic mandates and hello event attendee apprehension! After many, many months of physical distancing, QR codes and other mandates, many provinces are finally lifting their mandatory COVID-19 …
Over the past year we have seen a rise in ‘micro events’, and while they have been around for longer, this sudden rise can be attributed to the capacity and …
In honor of International Women’s Day we asked our founder, Eryne Sarabin, to share her thoughts on being a woman and running a successful business. This is what she had …
After two years of connecting virtually and learning how to execute virtual events well, the approach to event planning has changed. As the landscape of the event industry continually changed …
For those of you who have opted to deliver your 2022 events in-person, you may be wondering if you can jump right into the planning process, just as if it …
Remember that time I jumped out of an airplane and plummeted to the ground at 200 km/h? That’s how I felt about 2021. But let me explain why.
We’re excited to put 2021 behind us and hopeful that with the years’ end, so will be the end of COVID-19! While the entire event industry is cautiously optimistic and …
There are a lot of options to consider in this half in/half out world we’re in right now. Here are a few tips to consider when planning your next event, based on common things that have come up for us.
Tis the season for festive holiday packages! And, thanks to Covid, more packages than ever are being shipped out as businesses around the world look to send their clients, vendors, and employees gifts to mark the end of the year.
The success of any event featuring speakers is very much contingent on them being set up for success. Read on for our tips on how to support speakers for a virtual event.
Just because you (and your team) is familiar with technology and platforms you’re using for your event, doesn’t mean that your audience automatically will be, too. Here’s what you can do to help them.
With the holidays approaching, it’s time to start thinking about ways to show appreciation towards your employees, stakeholders and volunteers.
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?