We need (and have the right!) to connect both on and off the work floor. And what better way to connect with your colleagues, friends, and family than by meeting each other live, now that it is allowed again? At all BluePoint locations you can easily organize your events - from team building to wedding party!
There's no denying it – the coronavirus pandemic has brought about profound changes in our work lives. And of course, when professional life changes, professional events change along with it. We notice a lot of differences when organizing events now compared to the past. How does that manifest itself? Organizations mainly advocate for hybrid and multi-site events. And we think that's a great trend at BluePoint!
Now that we’re finally getting back our freedom after corona, one question arises: what about physical contact at the workplace? It is obvious that working a few days per week online is going to be the norm. How important is it to work at the office? What about events? BluePoint asked business philosopher Jochanan Eynikel from Etion how we could mix “physical and digital”, the importance of in person contact at the workplace that it is not purely digital.
For some time now, the world of live events has been at a standstill.
However, after nearly two years, we have surpassed that point. Why should we? After all, virtual events can continue at all times. Don't wait any longer, start planning!
Technology and events, it is an essential combination in the world of live communication and event marketing. The use of innovative technologies allows you to take your event to the next level. And BluePoint takes care of that!
Thanks to BluePoint Brussels' own Green Key Studio, we can help your organization turn live presentations into spectacular virtual events!
The Covid pandemic has put training and event organisers to the test in the past year. Now that more is possible again in terms of organization, fully digital events are making way for live events again, but the demand for hybrid events is increasing. What exactly does 'hybrid meeting' mean and how can hybrid meetings be made successful?
Keeping up the good work atmosphere is not so obvious during this corona crisis. Because most people work from home, many don't see their colleagues anymore and the group feeling is at risk of being diluted. What better way to celebrate your team—and say goodbye to 2021—with a festive party?