Events are Back; See How They’ve Changed

Events are Back; See How They’ve Changed

It’s fascinating to look across recent live events and see how they’ve evolved after a locked down world. Here are reports from Augmented World Expo, Licensing Expo, IMEX  and E3 as they return to the new normal. E3: What Replaces Live Events, A Cautionary TaleDespite...
I’m not paid $12K a speech, are you?

I’m not paid $12K a speech, are you?

All American Entertainment (AAE), a booking agency, surveyed over 650 event professionals to create The 2022 Speaking Industry Benchmark Report, its first-ever industry report. The report offers a snapshot of everything from speaker’s fees to virtual versus in-person...
Behavioral Science and Events

Behavioral Science and Events

Victoria Matey looks at the behavioral science behind events. Here’s what she says about returning to live events.   The first thing to remember when returning to in-person is the social fatigue effect. It’s an emerging phenomenon explaining how, after a...
What Happens in Vegas Can be Seen From Outerspace

What Happens in Vegas Can be Seen From Outerspace

The Las Vegas skyline has a new addition, the MSG Sphere, which is the largest spherical structure on earth, large enough to be seen from outer-space. This huge, immersive space is a joint project between Tao, Venetian Resorts and Madison Square Garden. A panel...
CoinDesk’s Consensus: Why It’s an Event Worth Watching

CoinDesk’s Consensus: Why It’s an Event Worth Watching

Just one month away, Consensus is the largest event devoted to exploring the full ecosystem of blockchain and crypto. Normally it’s held in NYC but this year it’s moving to Austin (a more decentralized place, says Brad Spies, Managing Director of Consensus, the...