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November 2, 2020

How Visible Leveraged an Iconic Music Venue to Deliver an Interactive Concert Series

If you’re one of the countless people missing the concert scene, let Visible’s latest experiential campaign serve as a beacon of hope. In September, the wireless brand activated Red Rocks Unpaused, a three-night concert series delivered without a physical audience that was supported by digital fan experiences designed to replicate the energy of an in-person...

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November 2, 2020

Halloween Experiential: Nine Brands That Delivered Tricks and Treats

Let’s be honest: It’s been spooky season all year long. But as Halloween approached, and with trick-or-treating canceled in some areas, brands broke out their creepiest and kookiest experiential marketing campaigns to help consumers celebrate with COVID-friendly activations built for fun. Squashing beliefs that brand experiences would be canceled this year, the following nine companies...

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October 19, 2020

Five Tips for Developing a Robust On-site Health Security Plan

When the industry bounces back (and it will), having a solid on-site health security strategy will be paramount. And we’re not just talking about placing some extra hand sanitizer stations around the event footprint and calling it a day. Whether it’s a live experience for two or 2,000, robust policies and procedures will need to...

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October 12, 2020

How HBO Delivered a Groundbreaking Social VR Experience for 100 Influencers

The pandemic has required event marketers to not only master the virtual event realm, but to keep up with the emerging technologies that fuel compelling virtual experiences. For HBO, that challenge has also served as an opportunity to connect with consumers in fresh and meaningful ways while largescale in-person events are on hold. The network...

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October 12, 2020

How Brands are Leveraging Election Season to Connect with Consumers

This industry never shies away from a unique marketing opportunity, and with election season underway, some brands are leveraging this period to connect with consumers around a pivotal moment in history. From lively discussions to education to art, brands are delivering experiences that place voters front and center, and their brands top of mind. So,...

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