2020 was a truly transformative year in many aspects of life. From social relations, the way we do grocery shopping, to business, obviously. Companies and organizations had to readjust their operations on the fly and for the most part, they did a pretty good job with it. Safe to say, entire research papers could be published on what went down in particular industries but in this case study we’re going to focus on one particular niche. Let’s see how the event industry adapted to the new reality based on the experience of TK Events who expanded from real life to virtual events.READ THE FULL ARTICLE
What makes various types of events such a popular and sought-after experience? Is it the performer or the speaker? Sure. Is it the venue? Maybe. Is it the opportunity to learn and experience something new? That’s important too, undoubtedly. Still, what I believe is the biggest attraction of any event is the people you’ll encounter there. With the industry’s shutdown due to COVID-19, how do planners make sure they don’t lose the social aspect when taking their events online?READ THE FULL ARTICLE
It seems only right that I start off by admitting to writing this blog post on digital nomads from a coffee shop. Even though I’m not one myself, since I’m bound to a single city, I’ve become quite fascinated by the idea of working on the go. Enough about me though. What I’d like to discuss in particular here is a way for digital nomads to communicate with each other while staying independent and mobile. Read on.