Glow Global Events’ 2021 Year-End Recap

Glow Global Events

But through it all, the Glow Global team persevered, logging individual milestones and elevating our service to new heights through flawlessly executed events and dynamic new partnerships. Internally, Tea Shepherd, our new Event Manager, joined the team in late November.

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Pandemic Planning 101 from Million Dollar Event Career Course

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When the creative brief from your initial event strategy session calls for brand and reputational impact, how do you measure if you are successful? Read more tips for negotiating contracts amid Covid. . Event planners don’t always have time to go to a class or read a book.

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Horror Stories From Labor Shortages Affecting Events

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While destinations and venues are open, a lack of trained and experienced staff is adding unwanted challenges in hosting all types of events. For Courtney McGee, president and CEO of Event Logistics, challenges began just before 3,000 attendees were set to arrive in Nashville for a convention.

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Pandemic Planning 101 from Million Dollar Event Career Course

Smart Meetings

When the creative brief from your initial event strategy session calls for brand and reputational impact, how do you measure if you are successful? Read more tips for negotiating contracts amid Covid. . Event planners don’t always have time to go to a class or read a book.

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Tip Tuesday: Minimize Stress When Planning Virtual Events

Glow Global Events

Planning events are stressful but virtual events can be even harder, especially if you have never planned one. Make sure all contracts are detailed so no misunderstandings can occur. Gather feedback after your event to make your next event even better.

QEII welcomes new non-executive directors Mark Riches and Lindsey Hoy

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Mark is an experienced business leader, strategic thinker, developer of talent, and specialist in event marketing. Having co-founded global events agency FIRST, he has extensive creative, commercial and international experience, working for some of the world’s top brands.

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Smart Chat: Megan Henshall on Building a Neuroinclusive Future

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Global Events, Strategic Solutions Lead, Google. 2022 Smart Women in Meetings Visionary Award Winner. Read More : Tips on Catering to All Types of Event Attendees. We have a potent opportunity as event professionals.

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Smart Chat: Megan Henshall on Building a Neuro-inclusive Future

SmartMeetings

Global Events, Strategic Solutions Lead, Google. 2022 Smart Women in Meetings Visionary Award Winner. Read More : Tips on Catering to All Types of Event Attendees. We have a potent opportunity as event professionals.

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Events May Turn Away From States Where Abortion is Now Illegal

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including the events industry. Many planners are vowing not to have events in states with anti-abortion policies. He had a clause added to his contract protecting LavaCon if it had to relocate. Contracts and Laws.

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Code Red! Your Fix-It Guide for Today’s Event Emergencies

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Meeting professionals have always shouldered a hefty bag of tricks to fix the jagged edges that emerge at even the most meticulously polished events. Right now, those sorts of challenges are popping up at events all over the world. Snapshot from a People-first Event in Seattle.

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How to Achieve Perfect Vision in the Year of the Pandemic

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I lived through contracting it and it sucked. We might want to blow up the massive convention and create a series over weeks or months that drops a new piece of content every day so and people have an ongoing global experience with different things happening in different time zones.

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Tech Meets the Future

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Facebook’s F8 developer conference will be a one-day streaming event in June “to celebrate, inspire and help developers grow.” By the end of April, they had turned a traditional road show that touched 50 people in each city into a user event for 1,000 participants.

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