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Tips for hosting virtual events

What makes a virtual event a worthy substitution for the real thing? Between myself and T&CTJ editor Vanessa Facenda, we’ve attended a significant amount of virtual events this year alone and have compiled some ‘dos and don’ts below — that is, sort of a ‘what works well’ based on our experiences.

And then there were…

When I think of 2020 conferences, conventions and trade shows, I am reminded of the Agatha Christie novel, And Then There Were None, as so many, well, almost all this year, have fallen victim to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Covid-19 and its effect on consumer behaviour

It is June, and by now, many cities and countries around the world have “reopened” or have begun to lift restrictions. As life “after Covid-19” slowly resumes, many are wondering how people’s attitudes towards eating in restaurants, sitting in coffeehouses/cafés, and shopping have changed, and are these changes temporary or permanent. Not all changes though, are bad for business.

Coffee shops adapt to the new normal

As many countries, including the United Kingdom and the United States, have begun to lift stay-at-home/shelter-in-place orders, we are seeing more coffee shops, cafés and restaurants also starting to re-open or expand their operations — if they were active during the lockdown period

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