We *strongly* believe it’s time to celebrate in the most festive way possible – with a discount on our Flock event management software and mobile apps! For 15 days between 2 and 20 December 2019, we are selling all Flock Event software for 15% less. This includes events booked in advance for the whole of 2020!
One of the most exciting aspects of the corporate event space is the rate at which technological advancements affect the industry. Mike Lysko, our CEO, explores the ways in which quantum computing might alter the way we orchestrate and attend events.
The event industry plummeted into uncertainty in 2020 and had to make swift adjustments to survive. The switch to virtual events and gatherings is arguably the most successful adjustment that came from COVID. Online meetings, conferences, exhibitions, and even parties became commonplace as people adjusted to working, living, and socializing from home. Going into 2021, the future remains unclear as to when in-person gatherings will return. For now, the event industry is focused on enhancing the virtual and hybrid event space by making the most of the advances in technology that have not only made the shift to virtual events feasible, but also successful.
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Flock Eventing Platform recently kicked off its Webinar Series for this year with an expert panel discussion around the 12 Top Event Trends of 2021.
Flock’s first webinar proved to be a powerhouse of information for anyone who wants to learn more about holding events in 2021 and beyond.
Hosted by MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Exhibitions) ambassador, Thami Nkadimeng, it was the first of many sessions aimed at businesses and event organisers who are shifting their attention to how to engage with audiences and customers virtually during, and after the COVID-19 pandemic.
Event planners are starting to use event data and analytics more and more to host events that are people-centered and audience-relevant.
Using data that you’ve gathered from guests via event apps, email correspondence and from online behaviour is an incredible way to learn more about the types of people that would be interested in your events and your brand. Such data also provides you with the insights to continue giving current event customers what they want and find useful.
Oracle is a business built on principles of innovation, disruption, unleashing new opportunities, and encouraging knowledge sharing. Read more about how they have utilised the Flock Platform to share these principles with their customers and partners globally.
The hard lockdown, which started in March this year, forced many businesses and event managers to transform their business model and embrace technology by offering planned events online, in a bid to stay afloat.
Eight months later, as the eventing industry is starting to reopen following an easing of lockdown restrictions, there is a glimpse of a new normal on the horizon.
A few short decades ago, the concept of engagement was rarely associated with corporate events. Fast-forward to 2020, and attendee engagement has become a term bandied about with much fervour – for good reason.