Following last week’s list of virtual events and webinars, here is some new events to look out for over the coming weeks.
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27 March & 1 April 11am: EventMind
EventMind will welcome all from the events industry to its webinar at 11am, 27 March and 1 April. It will share how to create an action-based income plan that is relevant to eventprofs now, using current skills and resources.
31 March 1:30pm: The Delegate Wranglers
The Delegate Wranglers will be joined by Sam McNeill of SongDivision to discuss how music can keep people connected, balanced, happy and positive and much more, whilst creating a song with everybody who tunes in.
31 March 2:45pm: Speakers Corner
Speakers Corner will be streaming a webinar at 2:45pm, 31 March. It aims to support businesses who are struggling with social isolation and health concerns, by encouraging a collective culture and resilience.
1 April 11am: UFI
UFI presents UFI Connects, a way for event professionals to stay connected throughout the coronavirus crisis via a series of talks, webinars and panel sessions. This panel is on Empathy & Adaptability During Times of Crisis.
1 April 2pm-3pm: Flume Sales Training
Flume will be running a webinar entitled ‘Leading Sales Teams’, giving advice on how to manage sales teams effectively when working remotely.
1 April 6pm-7:30pm: ILEA
The International Live Events Association is hosting a virtual networking event, where event professionals can meet and connect using virtual avatars, via an iPad or virtual headset.
1-30 April: NSC
The National Sales Conference are running a range of webinars to give sales teams tips on how to cope with the current circumstances.
2 April 9am-12pm: Hire Space
Hire Space will be bringing together representatives from the event industry for a webinar to discuss how the event world is responding to the coronavirus.
2 April 3pm: drpg
drpg is running a number of ‘bitesize’ talks on a range of topics for those in the event industry. This talk is on ‘Leading in Disruptive Times’.
2 April: NetworkTables
NetworkTables has set up NetworkTables Connect, an online community that facilitates virtual keynotes, roundtables and Ask Me Anything sessions. The first 15 sessions begin on 2 April, with more being scheduled weekly.
2 April & 3 April: HBAA
The Hotel Booking Agents Association will be running Mental Health webinars for the travel, event and hospitality industry on topic digital detoxing (2 April) and self-care and well being (3 April). A later event on managing anxiety and stress will take place on 14 April, details TBA.
7 April 2pm: Stress Matters
Stress Matters will be running a webinar called ‘Thrive from Home’, which aims to help event professionals learn strategies for reducing the overwhelm and practices to enable them to be present and focused when working from home.
7 April & 21 April 4pm-5pm: EventWell
Discussing all things mental health, EventWell will host two webinars from 4pm-5pm, 7 April and 21 April. From managing event cancellations, to stressing the importance of sleep and sharing relaxation techniques.
9 April 5pm: InGo
InGo will host a ‘The Event Virtualization Summit’ at 5pm, 9 April. The webinar aims to share knowledge about the best virtual and online solutions within the events industry. The presenters will have solutions will facilitate sponsorship, connect 1-1 meetings and more.
14 April 6am-6pm: Global Meetings Industry Day
This full-day summit will be focused specifically on tools and skills relevant to moving forward during this Covid-19 pandemic.
21-22 April 11am: Patch
Patch will launch a Virtually Live London event at 11am, 21-22 April. The virtual event aims to provide buyers working from home, an opportunity to see London venues, surrounding neighbourhoods and its transport links.
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