CadmiumCD Project Manager Josh Miller knows a thing or two about capturing major events on camera.
With emmy-award winning experience on projects like the Super Bowl, the space shuttle Atlantis launch, and the Oscars, plus interviews with celebrities like Michelle Obama, Cal Ripken, and — let’s not forget — our very own CadmiumCD Super Planners, Josh knows his way around live and recorded broadcasting.
Read more at: https://www.cadmiumcd.com/blog/capturing-your-event/
Events are key resources organizations use to engage supporters and interested members. Effective planning requires your organization to leverage all of your resources to the best of your ability.
Ensuring supporters stay engaged is a difficult task to tackle. In order to make sure your organization’s event attendees have a good experience, you’ll need to use software to collect data and use that data effectively.
Read more at: https://www.cadmiumcd.com/blog/attendee-experience-guide/
One of the main reasons why live events have been so successful over the years is because they give people a unique opportunity to meet and network face-to-face with their peers. While this has certainly suffered in 2020 due to the absence of in-person events, there’s no reason why you can’t still encourage or facilitate opportunities for your attendees to engage with one another during your digital or hybrid events.
Read more at: https://www.certain.com/blog/the-secret-to-attendee-engagement-event-mobile-app/
We wanted to do something different today, hence the topic of storytelling for virtual events. If you’re already familiar with Endless, you know that we’ve been putting a lot of emphasis on virtual events. Because much like for everyone else in the industry, this is our new normal. And since we’re all in this together, lending a hand to our fellow event professionals felt natural. It felt like the right thing to do.
Read more at: https://helloendless.com/storytelling-for-virtual-events/
If you’re currently reading this, chances are you fit into one of two categories. You’re either a planner eager to learn how you can set your virtual speaker up for success, or you’re a speaker looking to be trained in the art of virtual presentations. You might also just be a curious person, but for the sake of purpose, let’s assume you’re either a planner or a speaker. So let’s be real here – whether you like it or not, virtual and hybrid events are here to stay.
Read more at: https://helloendless.com/virtual-event-speakers/