Ask yourself: When was the last time you had a conversation with your coworker that wasn’t work-related? If you can't remember, it may be a sign that you need to try some get-to-know-you games.
Even though everyone has a work anniversary, they can still be very exciting for those involved. Each work anniversary provides you with an opportunity to celebrate a team member’s contribution, reflect on the years they’ve been with you, and thank them for everything they do.
Even though many businesses have moved to a remote or hybrid workforce, companies still have access to a wide range of fun and innovative ways to encourage connections in the workplace. These connections provide your company with significant value and help employees stay more engaged while they’re at work. At first glance, this might not seem like a big deal to you. However, companies that are highly engaged are 21% more profitable. Not only that, but engagement helps enhance the experience for employees while also improving their productivity.
Virtual events and activities are popular in the post-pandemic era, but have prizes gone by the wayside? Here’s a look at virtual prizes that will incentivize your attendees to participate and engage.
If the COVID-19 pandemic has taught us anything, it's that not all events need to be in-person. As the quality of virtual events has improved, time has proven that participants also value virtual events in lieu of in-person events and might even prefer them in some cases. Here's are all your selling points for making your next event virtual to get both organizers and participants on board.
Virtual events of all kinds have changed the way we connect with other companies, clients, and employees. Attending in-person events takes a lot more planning, time, and money. With the switch to virtual, companies have more flexibility and versatility. Your attendees no longer need to book a flight or hotel room to get the information they need to be successful. Instead, they can tune in to the virtual experience from the comfort of their home or office.
It’s no secret virtual events are shaping the industry and growing in popularity quicker than anyone could have ever predict. From 2020 to 2027, virtual events are projected to have a 27% compound growth rate. This tells us these are more than just temporary solutions for in-person events. Not only do they provide flexibility, convenience, and value, but some even act and look like the real deal.
Virtual events have been growing in popularity for several years, but the use of virtual events skyrocketed in 2020 as companies looked for ways to keep their workforces connected and engaged while working remotely due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In fact, virtual events were up 1,000% by May 2020 (compared to pre-pandemic) for 6Connex, one of several virtual events platforms.
2022 is shaping up to be another dynamic year in the event planning industry as companies around the world continue to manage the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. Many events are being offered as virtual or hybrid events, while some companies are once again holding in-person events with COVID-19 precautions or for smaller groups. Several major trends have emerged, including improved analytics and simulive presentations. Companies of all sizes must now create a marketing and event strategy that captures the most attendance and engagement while remaining within budget and maintaining health and safety for attendees. Fortunately, today’s virtual and hybrid events offer many opportunities for collaboration among event planners, businesses, and attendees.
With the COVID-19 pandemic interrupting many of our plans over the past few years, celebrating holidays and special occasions from a distance has become increasingly common. We’ve put together this list of virtual Valentine’s Day ideas ideal for teams and small groups that will help you foster camaraderie and better working relationships among your team.