Almost overnight we’ve entered a world where embracing the virtual attendee is no longer optional.
Let’s adapt, evolve and excel together!
You'll learn about creating virtual experiences that are anything but sucky. We’ll go beyond the conceptual and give you practical hands-on tips that you can walk away with and implement immediately.
In this webinar we’ll cover:
- What key things to think about as you transition to virtual events
- The best emerging trends around virtual engagement
- Tactical advice on ensuring speakers, sponsors and attendees stay happy and connected
Watch the recording on demand!
Presenter: Naomi Clare Crellin, Founder, Storycraft Lab
Naomi brings strategic creative thinking to the development of experiential engagements. She works with clients to develop innovative planning tools and audience engagement approaches that elevate messaging delivery and activation. From the Smithsonian to the King Center, Microsoft and The World Bank to Bloomberg and Intel, Naomi uses her expertise in the intersection of experience and strategic message, to help teams distill intent into a set of strategic touchpoints, and then leads creative teams as they design engagements that are moving and memorable.
Presenter: Allie Magyar, CEO, Hubb
Allie Magyar is a skilled entrepreneur and technology maven with over 15 years of experience driving successful technology-enabled service companies. She founded Hubb in 2015 to build a technology solution that directly addressed the event technology needs of meeting planners as they manage the overload of information for their events. As CEO of Hubb, Allie directs the company’s strategic direction with an emphasis on partnerships, integrations, and growth. A renowned speaker, Allie is a member of Vistage, a two-time Inc. 5000 award winner, and was named a 2017 Top Women Entrepreneur by Smart Meetings, was a 2018 EY Pacific NW Entrepreneur of the Year finalist, and in 2019 was named to Smart Meetings Women in Events Hall of Fame, as was as a finalist for Entrepreneurial Achievement at the OEN Tom Holce Awards.