Following the previous list of virtual events and webinars, Mash Media highlights some new events to look out for over the coming weeks.
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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.
3-29 April: disguse
disguise has launched disguise OnDemand, an online hub for the events industry with online training running on Tuesdays and Thursdays, as well as other webinars and talks.
6 April 12pm: POINT3 Wellbeing
POINT3 Wellbeing will host a webinar at 12pm on 6 April. It will discuss how to relieve anxiety and stress that is felt by those in our industry.
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 3pm: UFI Connects
UFI presents UFI Connects, a series of webinars for those in the event industry. This session will be a virtual events panel.
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.
7 April 4pm: IACC Institute
This online discussion will look at how to create a positive mindset whilst working from home.
7 April 7pm: IACC
This workshop will look at enhancing emotional wellbeing, and how attendees can support themselves during the current situation.
7-17 April: Zest
Zest are running are number of events focused around keeping motivated whilst in isolation.
8 April 3pm-4pm: micebook
Amid the Covd-19 pandemic, micebook will be discussing what furloughing means for employers and employees from 3pm-4pm on 8 April.
8, 22 & 29 April: EVCOM
EVCOM are running a number of panels on topics including the possibilities for virtual events, being freelance in the current climate and how animation can be a useful tool for communication.
8 April 12:30pm: IBTM Connect
IBTM will be running a webinar entitled ‘How to Cope During Times of Unprecedented Change’ where eventprofs can learn ‘science-backed practices’ to help them cope with stress and anxiety.
9 April 10am: YEM
YourEventManager presents the YEM Innovative Lab webinar, ‘How can we make the MICE industry more efficient?’.
9 April 10am: HR Strategy Pro
This webinar by HR Strategy Pro will be discussing how to keep employees connected and motivated, even whilst they are furloughed.
9 April 3pm: DRPG
DRPG will be running a broadcast on the value of broadcast communications in the current climate.
9 April 4pm: The Hague Convention Bureau
The first in a series of webinars, ‘Outlook on the Meetings Industry and Shared Best Practices During and Post Covid-19 Disruption’ will be presenting a range of viewpoints from across the globe on what those in the meetings industry can do and expect due to Covid-19.
9 April 5pm: InGO
InGo is running the Event Virtualization Summit, where attendees will learn what industry leaders are thinking about the future of events, as well as how to build and grow virtual events.
14 April 4pm: IACC Institute
The IACC Institute will be hosting a discussion on how to reach out to existing and new clients during the Covid-19 pandemic.
15 April 4:30pm: Collingwood Advisory
This webinar will take a look at balance sheet hacks for independent media companies to help the strengthen them in the current market and economic climate.
16 April 11am: Meetings Industry Association
The Meetings Industry Association (MIA) presents the webinar: ‘Extraordinary Matters: Now, then and when we reach the end’. It will bring together a panel of venue operators to discuss the impact the pandemic is having on their business, and how they plan to recover.
16 April 3pm: World of MICE
The B2B Influencer Marketing Chat Series #1 gives attendees a chance to learn about the impact of B2B influencer marketing in the world of meetings & events.
20-24 April: Spinnup
Spinnup presents Lockdown With Spinnup, a new livestreaming series which aims to give opportunities to new and emerging artists.
21 April 2pm: OpsShaper
Opshaper will be rrunning a number of free training sessions over the next few weekes. The first is ‘Learning in Lockdown’, which aims to help eventprofs to learn how to develop during the Covid-19 panddemic.