Prior to the pandemic, nobody could have predicted the enormous transformation that the entire world would go through or the speed with which businesses and organizations would adapt to all virtual happenings.
As certain nations and localities opened up sporadically and required a transition into normalcy, hybrid events grew in popularity. Hybrid events were developed as a way to help attendees become more comfortable with social interactions while easing them into in-person gatherings.
In fact, hybrid events have gained so much popularity that, according to Gavelint, “an astounding 97% of event marketers believe we will see more hybrid events.”
The dissemination of the vaccination has contributed to the unevenness of events and has increased peoples’ comfort levels with attending live events once more. Meanwhile, other people continue to have self-confidence issues or face serious health risks.
Although we are not yet out of the woods, it is reasonable to anticipate that hybrid events will continue to dominate for the foreseeable future, changing our perspective on how to organize events and expanding the potential for hybrid events.
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