“A compass will still work even if you lose the map. Get yourself a compass.” I heard Seth Godin say these remarkable words live yesterday during an online event I attended broadcasted from Australia. It resonated with me on many levels. As event professionals we
“First, I fire the arrow at the tree and then I paint the target around it.” – from "The Collapse of Chaos" by Jack Cohen and Ian Stewart The global pandemic has had an enormous and disastrous impact on event professionals around the world. We
First, there was FOMO. Which then led to JOMO. And now thanks to a global pandemic, FOGO, or the Fear of Going Out, has taken on a whole new meaning. At the beginning of isolation, I felt an incredible reprieve from my hectic event-architect-chief-everything-officer-mom-of-four life.
While no one envisioned this uncharted time to last as long as it has, many areas are slowly and carefully coming out of isolation and wanting to get back to the business of tangibly connecting again. But how? Less than 25% of events moved to
Now that most provinces are loosening up on some restrictions, people are anxious to do something other than grocery shop and bike ride. Here are our top 5 summer outdoor party strategies for gathering in a small group and having a bit of “safe pandemic”
Like so many event professionals , in a matter of seconds we "lost" all of our clients due to the Covid-19 pandemic. We’re speaking figuratively here.... they're still our clients, but everything we were working on came to a screeching halt. While many events were