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Hybrid work is fast becoming normal, but there’s no single formula for success. Use these tips to develop the right strategy for your teams
December 29, 2021
Social Hour Offers Free Virtual Events and Meetups for University Students, Alumni, and Parents Through Mid-January 2022
With increased campus closures and canceled in-person events due to updated Covid restrictions, Social hour offers its customizable solution for last-minute virtual events
December 22, 2021
Enterprises can build beautiful virtual workspaces that support organizational priorities of reducing physical footprints and improving talent acquisition and retention
December 13, 2021
Virtual and hybrid events have matured and evolved a great deal over the last couple of years, and they will keep connecting us long after the pandemic is over. Even as businesses move into pandemic recovery, events and conferences—a more than trillion-dollar industry—will largely remain virtual or hybrid for some time.
October 12, 2021
How can managers lead hybrid teams successfully? Use these priorities to help hybrid work teams thrive
September 29, 2021
Tech Giants: Social Hour’s Adam Riggs on Elevating Human Connection and Engagement in the Virtual and Hybrid World
Many founder stories start with a magical ‘aha!’ moment—a sudden spark of inspiration an aspiring entrepreneur scribbles on a coffee shop napkin,” he said. “I don’t have one of those.
September 17, 2021
Focus Tech on What Really Matters to Your Virtual Event Attendees
September 15, 2021
Throughout 2020, marketers and event planners raced to transform their in-person events to a digital format as a result of the pandemic. The adjustment was, understandably, difficult. But virtual events benefited from the much-needed growth period.
September 8, 2021
Sometimes it is easier to focus on what not to do. Adam Riggs, CEO of Frameable, has some insider tips about what frequently goes wrong at hybrid events—and how to fix it.
August 23, 2021
What Meetingprofs Get Wrong. Sometimes it’s easier to focus on what not to do. Adam Riggs, CEO of Frameable, knows what often goes wrong with hybrid events and how to fix it. See page 52 of the August/September issue of SmartMeetings to read more.
August 18, 2021
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