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7 Benefits of Event Approval Workflows

Aug 5, 2020
Posted by: Dean Evans

“Where’s Mike?!” Sara shouted as she raced from office to office looking for the building security manager. Without his approval, an event scheduled for that evening could not take place, as no one would be available to unlock the event space. 

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How to Get the Most From Your Hybrid Meetings

Jul 29, 2020
Posted by: Dean Evans

Hybrid meetings, with participants in different (sometimes many different) physical locations, were a thing before the COVID-19 pandemic, of course. However, when the coronavirus outbreak hit the U.S., they became the norm as spare bedrooms, kitchens, and various other spaces in homes around the country were converted to offices—or, at least the camera-facing wall was!

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The 4 Biggest Room Scheduling Mistakes Impacting Your Bottom Line

Jul 15, 2020
Posted by: Dean Evans

Do you remember when we thought that technology was going to save us huge amounts of time and make everything so much easier? While it may be true that tech enables us to accomplish far more today than we did even just a few years ago, that doesn’t mean we have less to do. In fact, for many of us, the opposite is the case.

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How to Create a Risk Management Plan for Events

Jun 24, 2020
Posted by: Dean Evans

As an event planner, your focus is on ensuring that meeting hosts and attendees have a great experience. However, every gathering contains an element of risk.

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10 Best Practices for Post-Event Surveys

Jun 10, 2020
Posted by: Dean Evans

The way events are conducted has changed in many ways as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. For example, previously in-person meetings are now being held as remote sessions or hybrid meetings. One thing that hasn’t changed, however, is the importance of getting feedback from attendees after a gathering.

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How to Create Safe Meetings & Events in the Wake of COVID-19

Jun 3, 2020
Posted by: Dean Evans

According to news reports, researchers are making progress on better tests and treatments for COVID-19, and even a vaccine to prevent the disease. While that’s encouraging, it’s still possible (some might say “likely”) that the pandemic will forever change the way groups gather and interact.

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