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As we progress towards the end of this year, we are looking at a very different world than when the year started, both personally and professionally.
Ensuring events are safe while providing for maximum attendee engagement, requires careful planning, and integration of safety measures at every step of the process.
Even as live events have been rescheduled or “pivoted” to virtual for the immediate future, fans and consumers are still looking for brand experiences to keep them engaged.
Now more than ever, it is crucial to have an understanding of your attendees. If you're interested in launching your own attendee survey, here are some sample questions you can ask.
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GES is committed to bringing back live events safely for everyone.
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Every guide you need to have a successful exhibiting experience, from electrical to delivery.
We believe the only way through this unprecedented time is collaborating together.
We all operate in the planning and production of trade shows and conferences to navigate the new normal.
Choosing a carrier to ship your materials to and from a trade show is one of the most important items exhibitor needs to decide when planning.
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Bringing events—whether they are tradeshows, conferences, or entertainment—back