How to implement hybrid event strategies for your meetings and conferences
On this episode of Event TALK we are speaking with Steph Pfeilsticker, an award-winning thought leader and innovator with nearly 20 years of event industry experience. She founded Minneapolis-based Hybrid Events Authority to share her hybrid meeting expertise with organizations and companies that would like to extend their content to audiences beyond the meeting room.
She was named a Top 20 Changemaker, and has been the recipient of nearly a dozen awards from the meetings industry for her work. Presently she serves as President of the Meeting Professionals International, Minnesota Chapter, and most recently was inducted into the Minnesota Meetings and Events Hall of Fame. Steph received an undergraduate degree from Valparaiso University and an MBA from Bethel University.
We are speaking with Steph on how companies and organization can implement hybrid strategies for their conferences and events.
Listen to show host Al Wynant and guest Steph Pfeilsticker discuss the following:
- The difference between Virtual Events and Hybrid Events.
- The best types of events to be considered for a hybrid event.
- The ideal first hybrid event to try for an organization or company.
- What does a planner have to think about when preparing for a Virtual or Hybrid Event?
- How to evaluate the success of these types of meetings above the numbers of people participating?
- How our guest educates planners on the use of Hybrid Events.
- Top 3 tips for planners considering hosting a Virtual or Hybrid Event?
Steph also shares a special offer for organizations and companies who may want to implement a Hybrid Event.
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