Eventbrite’s Events Industry Report is designed to keep event creators like you informed about the shifting landscape of events during the COVID-19 pandemic. Making sense of what’s allowed, and where, can be complex for event organizers as regulations for in-person events are constantly changing.
To help, we’re highlighting some of the most novel and noteworthy events industry reopening updates throughout the country (and the globe) — along with tips from our blog. The report will be updated again on Oct. 27.
Read more at: https://www.eventbrite.com/blog/events-industry-report/
The country is once again open for business, live events are resuming, and summer is upon us. It’s safe to say things are looking way up from this same time last year. With vaccination rates on the rise and low Covid-19 infections, more and more professionals are opening up to the idea of attending events in person again — hallelujah, right? We all know the pandemic has changed the live event space in many ways, however, and for if you’re looking to book your first live conference in more than a year, you probably have questions… lots of questions.
Read more at: https://www.meetingplay.com/blog/the-new-live-event-etiquette-all-your-burning-attendee-questions-answered
As talent recruitment has evolved significantly during the COVID-19 pandemic, so have career fairs. Just as interviews are conducted remotely and remote jobs are becoming prevalent, career fairs have turned to a virtual format.
Alongside being the safer choice given the current health situation, virtual career fairs have comparative advantages.
Read more at: https://inevent.com/blog/tech-and-trends/how-to-set-up-a-virtual-career-fair-worth-attending.html
Find out the best event check-in solutions you need for safe and seamless hybrid events.
As vaccination campaigns pick up speed worldwide, the return of live events is not beyond sight.
California, one of the US’s most restrictive states in terms of COVID-19 measures, will allow indoor live events to resume later this month.
Read more at: https://inevent.com/blog/event-planning/3-check-in-solutions-you-need-for-safe-hybrid-events.html
Covid has left an undeniable mark on all of us. While much has changed – some good, some bad, and some ugly, the pandemic changed how we have experienced live events. We need to get used to this change as it will only continue to expand over the next few years. So buckle your seatbelts and get ready to experience a different kind of live event FOREVER.
Read more at: https://blog.inevent.com/digital-transformation/how-covid-will-change-future-virtual-events.html
The global pandemic started over a year ago. Due to safety concerns, the world stopped. Work, travel, entertainment, and events came to a screeching halt indefinitely. Fortunately, the world has worked diligently to stop the spread of the pandemic so that everyone can return to some semblance of a normal life.
Last month, Informa Markets MAGIC Pop-Up event in Orlando, Florida, using Aventri’s best-in-class technology, took a large, successful leap in the right direction. This event was one of the first trade show organizers to produce a live trade event in North America since the pandemic lockdowns.
Read more at: https://www.aventri.com/blog/how-to-safely-return-to-live-meetings-and-events-in-a-post-pandemic-world
As vaccine rollouts pick up the pace in many regions and many more begin to open up, some planners are optimistically looking at in-person event programs for the second and third quarters of 2021. However, vaccine efficacy expectations are changing and not all attendees will necessarily be required to get one. Onsite Covid safety is still very much a concern.
Event tech has played an instrumental role in the survival of the event industry throughout the last 13 months, and providers are once again leading the pack to facilitate the return of safe in-person events.
Read more at: https://www.eventmanagerblog.com/event-tech-onsite-covid-safety
Building on months of experience and some realistic expectations on global health trends, it’s not a matter of if, but how, the meetings and events industry will continue to experiment and change in 2021 and beyond. The tough part is: There’s still a lot to learn.
To stand out amongst a sea of hybrid and virtual events, you have to have the right skills, equipment, and plans in order to be successful.
Read more at: https://www.socialtables.com/blog/event-planning/event-trends/
2020 has quickly gone from a promising year for the events industry into one of the most damaging, and the estimated recovery period has already shifted back several times.
Event professionals, along with the rest of the world, are trying to make the best of widespread lockdowns while eagerly anticipating the resumption of normal activities.
The most challenging aspect is that nobody really knows.
Read more at: https://www.eventmanagerblog.com/events-coronavirus
There’s no guide book for a pandemic…
Another month has arrived, businesses are opening back up, moods are changing, and the pandemic feels way different than it did even two weeks ago.
The panic, the intense camaraderie, and the high levels of emotion haven’t died down necessarily, but they have shifted. Everyone seems to be settling in and getting things done rather than running around and buying up twenty packages of toilet paper for their two-person household (if that was you, no judgment – I’m just glad it’s over.)
Read more at: https://helloendless.com/concerns-about-virtual-events/