Business relationships are no different than any other — fostered by humans and hopefully predicated on clear communication and mutual respect.
During the COVID-19 era, DC helped develop an innovative structure for virtual event experiences beginning with The Defense One Technology Summit in June.
A personal account of the effects of COVID-19 on the hospitality and event industry in Las Vegas and the struggle to safely reopen businesses.
During the pandemic, ecommerce transactions have increased significantly. We took a look at what consumer spending looks like in a crisis.
Despite limitations due to COVID-19, the live stream, virtual wedding celebration of the new Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jung was an elegant affair.
A few of our favorite COVID-19 neologisms and our definitions, as we understand them, based on the contexts in which we’ve seen these words used.
My father used to tell me that I overestimated my intellect at times. This trip would reinforce that theory in spades. It has been 25 years since I have been in one place for an extended period of time. 25 Years. Now, I will be the first to tell you, I am not a business…
I thought we were better than this. I thought we were resilient. Poised. Professional. But alas, after 18 years on the front lines of video communication and digital interaction, sadly, we have lost our way. In just 10 weeks, our elite group of virtual collaborators has been reduced to a steaming hot mess.
I don’t know about you, but I miss sports. Deeply. Like, I just can’t come to terms with a long-term breakup.March Madness came and went.And the world was left with an empty bracket. For brands around the globe, the competitive landscape has been completely leveled. We’re all playing in the same league, in the same division,…
In today’s episode, AFTERMATH: B2B EVENTS POST-COVID, Sal talks with four B2B experts who shed light on what will be required for live event marketing to be successful in our new reality.
Want to damage your brand during a crisis? Ghost your customer base and disappear from the market. Want to exacerbate the damage? Seize upon others’ misfortune for your gain. Sounds obvious right? But many B2B brands are doing exactly this during these trying times.