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  • In a digital-first world, webinars have redefined how we engage with our prospects and customers. But your webinars and digital events are only as good as your ability to get people to attend them. Sponsored by ON24.

  • That was the question we at MarketingProfs started asking ourselves earlier this year as we realized our annual event, scheduled for San Francisco, wasn't going to happen. As we planned and put on our B2B Forum as a virtual conference, we learned these four things.

  • Get access to 4 keynotes and 49 sessions—to help you level-up your marketing in 2021 and beyond—on-demand through December 31, 2020. Your paid registration also includes a one-year subscription to PRO. Already PRO? It's free for you.

  • Planning events in the post-pandemic world will require an audience-focused strategy to enable innovative adaptations and messaging that will engage attendees. Learn how to do that effectively by using this checklist.

  • Most event planners and other industry professionals say they would not feel comfortable attending an indoor event right now—even at half capacity—because of COVID-19, according to recent research from the Event Leadership Institute.

  • B2B sellers have relied heavily on tradeshows, user conferences, and other in-person interactions to launch products and services, generate leads, and nurture relationships. But B2B marketers must now replicate the impact of in-person events online. These 12 tactics will ensure you succeed.

  • From marketing strategy to events to positioning and processes and much more, all of marketing is in flux. We're experiencing fundamental shifts and real disruption that will shape our careers and the future of marketing itself. But by relying on agility and empathy we can learn to not only adapt but also thrive—and help our companies do the same. Sponsored by Adobe - Marketo Engage.

  • Whether you see story opportunities everywhere or struggle with adopting a more narrative approach to content, the 11 on-demand sessions in our Storytelling Summit for Marketers will help you shift from writing features and benefits copy to creating compelling narratives that inspire a genuine connection with your audience.

  • Unusual times call for unusual thinking and strategic engagements. In the current business environment, to fully realize the objectives of live events that can't take place, take the path mapped out in this article to deliver an experience that exceeds expectations.

  • Nearly three-quarters of organizers of B2B exhibitions say they've had to cancel at least one in-person event because of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to recent research from The Center for Exhibition Industry Research (CEIR).

  • Marketing events have been canceled because of COVID-19. But what about post-pandemic? If events resume, will people even attend? And most important, do we now have an opportunity to make live events more valuable for everyone involved?

  • When you planned your slate of 2020 events, there was no way you could have foreseen what the past few weeks have brought. In what felt like an instant, months' worth of in-person events were canceled, postponed, or made virtual. So, what now? Sponsored by Cvent.

  • Virtual meetings are now commonplace, and working from home is looking like it's here to stay for a long while, but will large scale events like conferences ever come back? This infographic outlines how virtual events, too, may be here to stay—a major change for businesses.

  • Some 87% of professionals who plan in-person business gatherings such as conferences say they have canceled events because of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to recent research from PCMA.

  • We all know in our hearts that live events are worthwhile. But it's time to move beyond our gut feeling and prove the value of tradeshows once and for all. We'll show you what you need to succeed. Sponsored by Cvent.

  • In a world of fast-shifting business priorities and unpredictable change, marketers need a new way to think about event strategies. When unexpected challenges arise, agile event programs are designed not just to survive—but to thrive. Sponsored by Splash.

  • "The show must go on," but until when, exactly? What do you do when a calamity or crisis turns your conference, training course, or event upside down? Do you continue, cancel, reschedule?

  • A widely cited buzzword, "experiential marketing" is now recognized as the powerful tool it actually is—though the true definition, the reasons for its growth, and the secrets to its longevity are not quite as familiar.

  • Thinking of a customer experience in digital-only terms is limiting. For brands to stand out and truly capture (and keep) customer attention, they must incorporate physical elements and appeal to all of a customer's senses. Here are three ways you can do exactly that.

  • The average B2B organization spends 40% of its marketing budget on live events. But most marketers struggle with proving the value of those events. Sound familiar? It's time to prove the ROI of your events and ensure that your organization views them as assets, not expenses. Sponsored by Cvent.