Scroll down to watch our 5-part webinar series on the Top 5 Micro/Macro Trends to watch.

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Session #1: Take Me Away

Escapism is a trend that is only going to grow in popularity once we emerge from the current reality.

Learn how you can tap into the need for escape and create an event presence that scratches the itch for something more than a digital experience.


Session #2: Virtual Playground

These days, we can create any virtual environment needed to connect, inform, educate, and engage with customers.

Watch this session for an in-depth look at the new ways companies are telling stories about their products, from virtual stores to pop-up events.


Session #3: Sensory Deprivation

In the over-saturated sensory experience of live events, deliberately depriving attendees of one of their senses can create a desire to know more.

During this session, we discuss how you can design an experience that leaves attendees yearning for more information, while still delivering targeted messaging.


Session #4: The Vending Machine

Nostalgia is a hell of a drug.

In this session, we examine how the traditional vending machine has been reimagined for live events and temporary experiences, along with other approaches that can leverage nostalgia to deliver a memorable experience to attendees.


Session #5: Miniature Magical Moments

Creating snack-sized experiences that allow audiences to engage in something unexpected is an emerging trend.

Learn how these miniature activities provide your audience with an escape down the rabbit hole from the outside sometimes chaotic world.



Engage with your audience with virtual marketing.

As we prepare for our return to live events, we know the attendee numbers will be different and that not as many people will be attending. The most progressive marketers recognize virtual solutions as an effective bridge to reaching these audiences. With a virtual strategy in place, you can better connect with these leads and customers. And that's where we can help.

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