October 22, 2020
By Megha Jetley

While the world has changed, things will start returning to a new normal at some point. When they do, meeting and event planners will face new, but not insurmountable challenges. The value of in-person events is undeniable. While virtual events have taken over, they don’t offer the same benefits as face-to-face interaction. As in-person events resume, event professionals and venues need to be prepared. More than ever, the well-being of your attendees has to be your top priority. You’ll need to take special care that your team is following state and local regulations and guidelines to provide not only a great event experience but also a safe one. That means careful planning of every part of the onsite experience, from finding and managing the physical space of the venue to how attendees check-in, move through your event, consume content, and network with one another.

 

While the world has changed, things will start returning to a new normal at some point. When they do, meeting and event planners will face new, but not insurmountable challenges. The value of in-person events is undeniable. While virtual events have taken over, they don’t offer the same benefits as face-to-face interaction. As in-person events resume, event professionals and venues need to be prepared. More than ever, the well-being of your attendees has to be your top priority. You’ll need to take special care that your team is following state and local regulations and guidelines to provide not only a great event experience but also a safe one. That means careful planning of every part of the onsite experience, from finding and managing the physical space of the venue to how attendees check-in, move through your event, consume content, and network with one another.

 

While the world has changed, things will start returning to a new normal at some point. When they do, meeting and event planners will face new, but not insurmountable challenges. The value of in-person events is undeniable. While virtual events have taken over, they don’t offer the same benefits as face-to-face interaction. As in-person events resume, event professionals and venues need to be prepared. More than ever, the well-being of your attendees has to be your top priority. You’ll need to take special care that your team is following state and local regulations and guidelines to provide not only a great event experience but also a safe one. That means careful planning of every part of the onsite experience, from finding and managing the physical space of the venue to how attendees check-in, move through your event, consume content, and network with one another.

 

While the world has changed, things will start returning to a new normal at some point. When they do, meeting and event planners will face new, but not insurmountable challenges. The value of in-person events is undeniable. While virtual events have taken over, they don’t offer the same benefits as face-to-face interaction. As in-person events resume, event professionals and venues need to be prepared. More than ever, the well-being of your attendees has to be your top priority. You’ll need to take special care that your team is following state and local regulations and guidelines to provide not only a great event experience but also a safe one. That means careful planning of every part of the onsite experience, from finding and managing the physical space of the venue to how attendees check-in, move through your event, consume content, and network with one another.

While the world has changed, things will start returning to a new normal at some point. When they do, meeting and event planners will face new, but not insurmountable challenges. The value of in-person events is undeniable. While virtual events have taken over, they don’t offer the same benefits as face-to-face interaction. As in-person events resume, event professionals and venues need to be prepared. More than ever, the well-being of your attendees has to be your top priority. You’ll need to take special care that your team is following state and local regulations and guidelines to provide not only a great event experience but also a safe one. That means careful planning of every part of the onsite experience, from finding and managing the physical space of the venue to how attendees check-in, move through your event, consume content, and network with one another.

Megha Jetley

Megha Jetley

Megha Jetley joined Cvent as the Team Lead, Customer Marketing after more than five years in the journalism world based in New Delhi, India. As a passionate marketer, she's always willing to write on industry-relevant topics. In her free time, she enjoys reading, traveling, teaching underprivileged kids and playing online games.

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