Free Education: Upcoming Virtual Events for Event Marketers

April 20, 2020

One positive that has emerged during this time of physical distancing is the upsurge in virtual learning and networking opportunities. We've put together a short list of upcoming free virtual events and webinars designed for event marketers:

April 21
The Show Must Go On
11 a.m. – 3 p.m. CT

In this virtual event from Sendoso, representatives from leading SaaS companies share how they are filling demand generation gaps and driving customer engagement during this critical time. You’ll get tips on how to drive revenue growth with unique and meaningful engagement, technologies successful organizations are using in lieu of events to deliver memorable experiences, and how to enable your teams to achieve measurable results using impactful personalization.

Register for The Show Must Go On here


April 21-23
Discover MarTech: A Virtual Event for Strategies & Solutions
12 p.m. – 4 p.m. CT | 12 p.m. – 4 p.m. CT | 12 p.m. – 2 p.m. CT

This free educational experience is for senior-level marketers who need to stay up-to-speed on the latest developments in modern marketing and identify, evaluate, and implement time-saving, profit-generating marketing technologies.

Register for Discover MarTech here


April 22
Remote Haute Dokimazo
1 p.m. – 4 p.m. CT

An audience-driven participation-filled meeting, in an unconventional format. Sessions will be crowdsourced at the beginning of the event – you decide what you want to talk about! Whatever challenge you are trying to solve is what this event is about.

Register for Remote Haute Dokimazo here


April 22-24
Earth Day Live!

While not a meetings industry-specific event, we thought this was worth including. 2020 is the 50th anniversary of Earth Day. Show your support for the planet by tuning in to Earth Day Live – a three-day digital protest. This global live stream event has a 24-hour program of teach-in's, musical performances, divestment how-to's and more. The program will be themed around three actions everyone can take to protect the plant – Strike. Divest. Vote.

Register for Earth Day Live! here


April 23
Ask CEMA Live!
1 p.m. – 2 p.m. CT

Virtual or digital experiences do not have to equate to less impactful or scaled down. If content, messaging, and interactions are thought through with a laser focus on audience needs, a virtual experiential event truly becomes emblematic of art, science, experiences, and technology. Join CEMA’s panel of corporate event marketing experts to explore successful ways to create incredibly powerful digital events.

Register for Ask CEMA Live! here


April 27- May 1
Alyce Youniverse

Join a mix of B2B industry leaders, inspirational speakers, marketing mavens, yoga enthusiasts, sales gurus, fitness phenoms, culinary pros and customer success experts as they share ideas and best practices about how to turn one-to-many touches in the buyer’s journey, into truly one-to-one moments. Interesting blend of sessions that will appeal to all kinds of marketers.

Register for Alyce Youniverse here


April 30
Managing the Virtual Experience
11 a.m. – 2 p.m. CT

There is a new set of considerations arising if you are planning to pivot to virtual events. What are the implications of creating virtual experiences? Managing the pre-production and implementation of virtual events requires different timing, tools knowledge, and experience design skills. Join EventMB to talk business with event professionals willing to transition their events to online experiences.

Register for Managing the Virtual Experience here


May 5
(Almost) In-Person
12 p.m. – 4 p.m. CT

Brought to you by Bizzabo, (Almost) IN-PERSON is a powerful virtual community open to any event and marketing professional across the globe. Get inspired by leading event experts as we explore the continuous evolution of events and the key strategies to adapt to any situation. Grab insights on shifting your event and content strategies, learn the value of customer centricity, and come away hungry to bring a new and energized event vision to life.

Register for (Almost) In Person here


May 8
Changing with the Times: Lessons from Field Marketing and Event Leaders
1 p.m. – 2 p.m. CT

Over the past few months roles in field marketing, event production and demand generation have undergone a fundamental shift. Marketers have had to completely rethink their marketing programs and how they reach their target audiences. Though tough, many will get through this with new and exciting ideas around how they work and hit their goals.  Join this webinar to hear from marketing leaders about the biggest lessons they will take with them from this challenging time. Brought to you by Banzai.

Register for Changing with the Times here


Are there any other virtual learning opportunities you're excited about? We'd love to hear about them. Share with us on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn!

 

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