It’s been a roller-coaster year, right? Think of all the events you had planned to attend this year and one fine day, all of them turned out cancelled / postponed.
Signing ceremonies have been momentous occasions for the participants involved. Traditionally, these events kick off with formal speeches from dignitaries, leading on to the signing on paper to the final photo session to mark the milestone event followed by a networking session with the participants.
Singapore Week of Innovation and TeCHnology (SWITCH) kicked off earlier this month, providing an innovative yet functional space for the global innovation and business communities around the world to connect, collaborate and network.
Virtual events have found dominance in the time of COVID-19, but how does a digital event run smoothly – and how do you measure the success of a digital event? Veemal Gungadin, CEO of GlobalSignin, discusses that and how the GEVME Live digital events platform works during his conversation with Christine Wong from BFM, the presenter.
The IAEE, along with Marina Bay Sands and their online technology partner GEVME came together at the IAEE Asia Hybrid Forum 2020 to discuss the future of hybrid technologies.
There has been a lot of talk about what the future of events holds. And we have been contributing to the conversation with our thoughts too. However, the definition of events in these predictions tends to omit the exhibition format.
The events industry has always witnessed an exponential growth yearly, as more and more companies want to have events to bring their people, their community together. This industry is all about people and strengthening human bonds. However, due to the pandemic, the sector witnessed a huge downfall, which led to the rise of hybrid events.