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Women in Events (Tech + Prod)

Women in Events (Tech + Prod) is a community of women leaders in event planning, technology, live-streaming, content creation, and event production, dedicated to action, providing support and expertise to other women in event technology and production in our local communities, as well as the global one.

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  • Event planners, professionals, organizers
  • Those who want to plan and produce excellent events
  • Those who try to engage with their audience and do it effectively
  • Those who would like to fundraise more for their organization
  • Those who feel overwhelmed about all things technology
  • Those who don’t know how to make the best of social media in promoting their events

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Virtual & Hybrid Fundraising – is it still possible?

When it comes to discussing events, the spotlight many times goes to annual conferences, association meetings, conferences, and other large-scale events that indeed deserve much attention, careful planning, and strategy to get executed well and provide a memorable experience for attendees, may that be in-person or online. In today’s post, found at this link here,Continue reading “Virtual & Hybrid Fundraising – is it still possible?”

Maximize Your Social Influence

Are YOU maximizing your Social Influence? Check out this experiment May King did with Neal Schaffer on his weekly Clubhouse. Before I go into the statistics, reach and impact generated my hour of live tweeting, I thought I’d explain why I do this: Brand – EVERYTHING and I mean EVERYTHING starts with your brand. EverythingContinue reading “Maximize Your Social Influence”

“So many things are possible just as long as you don’t know they’re impossible.”

Norton Juster