Our April workshop will cover the topics we had planned for March (since we had to cancel it).
Are you thinking about doing a virtual event but need a production studio?
Are you thinking about event certification options but have some questions?
This is the workshop for you!
We are thrilled about President Crow's announcement that colleges will have the opportunity to celebrate their graduates with small, in-person gatherings. While this is an exciting development, the Guidelines for In-Person Events and Meetings still need to be followed and event coordinators will need to formulate safety plans that adhere to the guidelines.
So let's talk about it!
Are you ready to have some fun?
The Office of University Events and Protocol would like to wish you a joyful and safe holiday season.
Join us in 2021 when we resume our workshops. Upcoming topics will include engaging virtual attendees, in-studio options for virtual events, updates from ASU food providers, and more.
In the meantime, please visit the Past Webinars and Blog to catch up on the topics we covered in 2020.
Warm wishes for the holiday season; see you next year!
As we welcome people back into our event facilities, event planners and venue operators are implementing systems and protocols to provide in-person experiences that are as safe as possible to reduce potential virus transmission. Join us as we hear from Jeff Rensel, with the Memorial Union and the Student Pavilion, along with Victor Hamburger from 365 Community Union, as they discuss what they have been doing successfully in their venues.
It’s been some time since we last checked in with ASU’s favorite event management platform. Join Steve McGillivray and Laura Rutherford, with the Office of University Events and Protocol, to hear the latest news, including new features, templates, services and what’s on the development pipeline. Plus, best practices for creating event registrations - learn how to avoid common mistakes.
COVID-19 has brought on new challenges for events and has created a need to restructure ASU event systems – the new Guidelines for In-Person Events and Meetings and event review process, and the enhanced
Join the Enterprise Marketing Hub’s streaming team as they talk about the services they offer to the ASU community. They will also discuss what they can do for you during this period of ever-changing health restrictions. If you are planning an upcoming event and want to make it more than a typical Zoom meeting, this team can help you with that, too!
The live webinar part 3 with Will Curran, Stop Planning Events, Start Strategizing Events has been cancelled, in its place we invite you to watch a pre-recorded webinar from Will Curran on 2020 Virtual Event Trends: How Will the Industry Evolve?
Also, check out the event handbook resource from Endless Events posted below. We look forward to seeing you during future virtual events!