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January 24, 2022

Virtual Event Roundup: 12 Programs That Conquered Zoom Fatigue

As the third year of a volatile pandemic unfolds, virtual events will again be an invaluable resource for the many brands that rely on experiences to drive their business forward. And while, at this stage in the game, it seems like every event marketer has become a broadcasting wizard, it never hurts to jog the...

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January 24, 2022

Scavenger Hunts, Mobile, Metaverse: Event Trends for 2022

As we begin a new year amid another pandemic surge, the industry is focused on in-person experiences that offer ease of interaction and prioritize the wellbeing of audiences. Indeed, brands have had almost two years to test and evaluate different types of programming while restrictions tightened and loosened. Here we examine a few event trends...

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January 24, 2022

Audio-centric Activations: Five Strategies Worth a Listen

Along with the recent social audio boom and an uptick in sonic branding tactics, audio-centric activations and events, both physical and virtual, are on the rise. Marketers are not only recognizing the power of sound to improve attendees’ wellbeing, but the importance of stimulating more than one sense to create longer-lasting, richer memories. And brands...

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January 20, 2022

Intel Had Always Planned for a Digital-first CES: Inside its Pandemic-era Strategy

Despite many brands pulling out of their planned physical experiences at CES’s grand return to in-person amid the omicron surge, Intel’s hybrid strategy for the show served as a lifeline that allowed the brand to stay the course on-site and implement a “digital-first live experience, with minimal on-site staff” that was in keeping with its...

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January 18, 2022

A Downsized CES Didn’t Deter These Brands from Engaging Attendees in Person

Two weeks before the highly-anticipated in-person return of CES. Jan. 5-7, a wave of major players began backing out of their in-person presence at the show, citing concerns around the omicron variant. Amazon, Meta, T-Mobile, Twitter and Google were some of the first to pull out, with T-Mobile stating that, “While we are confident that...

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