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?
Covid-19 turned the world upside down. Millions of employees around the world were faced with new and daunting challenges. Fortunately, the end of the pandemic is now in sight but companies are now struggling with the question of how to plan their employees' return to the office.
Outdoor events are the kinds of events everyone loves to attend and they are also becoming more popular as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. But how to start organizing an outdoor event which meets all the official guidelines and offer your visitors a Covid-proof event? Here are some tips!
After a long period of compulsory online meetings, following all kinds of online webinars and full virtual events on various digital channels, everyone longs for physical meetings again. The absence of face-to-face meetings is very high and therefore also the craving for live events!
When it comes to meetings, sometimes it can be a little difficult to find the perfect setting. Some people like meeting at their own office, and others may like to step outside to another location.
So why is it a good idea to use an offsite venue for your next meeting?
Livestreams, webinars and online events have become an essential part of our professional life. Online events are gaining ground compared to live events, and companies can no longer postpone their live events without losing market share. But what if you don't have the right equipment, space or knowledge to organise an online event yourself?
Is online conferencing as powerful as live conferencing and does it strengthen business relationships in the same way? Does online generate the same amount of commercial leads for your business?