The Return to In-person…or is it Hybrid Events?
Here’s Your Complete Hybrid Event Planning Guide
Attend this Vital and Important Seminar Presented by WFEA and EventHub
Each attendee will receive a Hybrid Event Planning Guide
Thursday, June 24, 11 a.m. – 12:45 p.m.
Free for WFEA Members
$49: Non-Members (Includes WFEA Membership)
There’s no doubt that audiences are clamoring for a return to live events, but the success of virtual events has caused organizers to re-examine their programming with an eye toward including a virtual component as a supplement
Hybrid Event Successes Panel
11:00 a.m. – 11:40 a.m.
Already many event organizers have staged hybrid events – learn what they have discovered during the process.
Shelly Tolo, Tolo Events
Bruce Skinner, WFEA Executive Director
Eric Corning, Seafair
Kayla Oakes, Juan de Fuca Festival of the Arts
Hybrid Events 201 Boot Camp
11:40 a.m. – 12:45 p.m.
The challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic forced the events industry to adapt in unforeseen ways. New innovative event technology came to the rescue and provided means for contactless payment, enforcing social distancing guidelines, instant temperature checks, and other protocols that were inconceivable before we first heard the phrase “Safer at Home.”
Learn core strategic aspects with real-life examples as to how Hybrid programming can increase your sponsorship revenues and make your event more accessible, while increasing your audience reach. As we’ve all seen some baseline hybrid concepts at this point, this program will focus on more advanced and expert guidance on these elements:
- Selling hybrid sponsorship
- Effective hybrid programming
- Increasing the attendee experience
- Executing your hybrid event
- Evaluating your production
Michael Bleau, EventHub