In recent news, many employees are threatening to quit if they have to return to work in person. According to a survey, nearly 40% of workers contemplated resigning if they had to return to work full-time. Even though it is not required of you as an employer, you should embrace a remote work policy.... Read More

Hispanic Heritage Month Speakers You Need to Know

From September 15 to October 15, Hispanic Heritage Month stands to pay tribute to many vibrant and distinct cultures. Several Latin American countries, such as Chile, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Mexico, celebrate their independence days around this time. In the U.S., we celebrate the culture... Read More

It is difficult to imagine getting through the previous year without Zoom or other virtual platforms. However, for businesses, platforms like Zoom can be both good and bad. Since virtual meetings have become popular, there has been a widespread feeling of exhaustion, forcing people to find ways to c... Read More

When the coronavirus pandemic emerged, it appeared to be an illness that was isolated from the rest of the world instead of something that would eventually be spread worldwide.Despite the increasing number of cases in China, Stephanie Mersman, the event planner for the GCA Expo & Conference, remaine... Read More

The post-COVID world is wide-open for possibilities, both to those looking for speakers and the companies that book talent. Many groups that could not afford certain in-person appearances in the past are now enjoying still bringing these top virtual event speakers to their groups.The Virginia Gazett... Read More

Because of the pandemic, around the world, events and speakers have had to go virtual. Speakers have had to adjust to the new style of presenting in addition to the technological differences associated with online events. As in-person events resume, technology will continue to play a major role in t... Read More

The Greater Akron Chamber’s annual meeting was looking for inspiration on how to best help their members emerge from the pandemic successfully. They looks no further than top innovation speaker Brian Solis.Solis conducted a moderated Q&A with Chamber President & CEO Steve Millard during the... Read More

In 2020, there was an unprecedented rise in the number of online events compared to in-person events, with some sites reporting a 1000 percent increase. Despite the fact that the events industry initially suffered a setback, many organizers started to move to virtual conferences, summits, and other... Read More