In the second Live Love Work Port Phillip Navigating Now discussion, we chatted to local Port Phillip businesses to find out how they are approaching the current restrictions and lock down.
Hosted by our Chief Engagement Officer, this panel discussion looked at how businesses adapted to the first lock down, what worked, what didn’t work and what lessons they have learnt and will take into the current lock down. We also talked about what the local community has meant to them and how they have continued to engage with their customers.
In this Adapting in 2020 session, we looked at how event organisers and venues will need to work together to ensure the success and safety of your live event.
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Our Chief Engagement Officer, Georgie Stayches, joined Dog and Bone's Principal Consultant Matt Walton for a discussion and Q&A on how to navigate online engagement and events in the new (digital) normal.
In the fifth of our Adapting in 2020 webinar series, we explored how to engage with your event volunteer workforce in a time when live events are paused.
In the fourth of our Adapting in 2020 webinar series, we explored the Top Ten Event Trends and discussed how you can use them at your next event.
We were thrilled to join The Incubator, Britz and Roadmap Strategy for a live panel discussion on Friday 22 May to answer your questions and ponder perseverance and prosperity during this time.
In the third of our 'Adapting in 2020' Webinar Series, we explored how to adjust and adapt your events and event planning for the new world.
In the second of our 'Adapting in 2020' Webinar Series, we explored how to develop and tailor your communications to create enduring and authentic relationships during and after the current crisis.
In the first of our 'Adapting in 2020' Webinar Series, we explored how to adjust and adapt your volunteer engagement to the new environment.
On Wednesday 25 March 2020, I shared the lessons I learnt when CHOGM 2001 was postponed and how I am applying these lessons during COVID-19, at the VID19 Conference.