What should in-person events look like in a post-pandemic world? There are lots of questions to consider around safety, capacity, protocols, and more—and you need a plan in place before you even begin contacting potential venues, potential speakers, sponsors, and attendees. We've got the guidelines and checklists you need. Sponsored by Splash.
For marketers, 2020 will go down as the year that changed everything—and, for a time, made in-person gatherings unsafe. Now, as the world slowly reopens, what does it mean for your in-person-event strategy going forward?
This might be obvious, but your post-pandemic events strategy will require a lot of careful thought and planning. To that end, we've collaborated with both health experts and event industry leaders to answer your questions and provide a set of guidelines as a starting point.
Check out this guide to learn about best practices for:
Pre-event safety measures
On-site safety measures
Post-event safety measures
Communicating your safety measures
Release Date: June 14, 2021
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