The Events Cal Blog: Lauren

There are lots of reasons you might consider moving a conference to a virtual setting. Whether you’re working with a small budget or you need to change your in-person plans for some reason, a virtual conference is a great way to foster meaningful connections and learning opportunities. Why host a virtual conference? An online conference…

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Many developers are used to working on an in-person team where colleagues are just steps away, ready to offer a gut check or a second opinion.  But if your dev team is switching to working from home—either temporarily or for the long haul—you’ll need to make some adjustments to the ways you collaborate. Remote work…

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If your business is centered around offering classes, it might be hard to imagine what they would look like online. After all, how do you recreate the experience of a cooking class on a webinar or bring the energy of a studio workout to someone’s phone screen?  Virtual events may not have the same je…

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After you’ve made the difficult decision to cancel your in-person event and the dust starts to settle, you might be wondering how to switch your get-together to a virtual event. These days, we’re lucky to have a plethora of tools and technology to help facilitate virtual gatherings, from Google Hangouts to Zoom to livestreaming on…

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What’s not to love about event sponsorships? They provide the support that keeps your events afloat (translation: that sweet, sweet cash). But getting event sponsorships isn’t always easy. If you want to attract sponsors for your next event, you need to do your homework and start perfecting the art of the ask. How do you…

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