10 Steps to Planning a Hybrid Meeting

10 Steps to Planning a Hybrid Meeting

By Camille Moore, November 26, 2018

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Extending your event to the online world can often seem like a daunting task. Despite concerns around technology platforms and on-site participation, hybrid events provide unique opportunities to extend your event reach across multiple geographies and time zones. By understanding the 10 key steps, you can set a good foundation for a successful hybrid event that extends your event’s audience reach.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understanding the process for building your own hybrid event plan.
  2. How to set a good foundation for a hybrid event that both complements and extends your live event.
  3. How to set a framework for measuring success.

Speaker Bio:

Mahoganey Jones

Mahoganey Jones is versatile, results-oriented certified meeting professional and digital event strategist with proven skills and track record in all aspects of meeting management. Specializing in associations and medical meetings, she produces exceptionally planned and revenue generating educational events.

As an entrepreneur herself with hundreds of events under her belt, Mahoganey is passionate about bringing event ideas to life and building a stage for others to showcase their brands and expertise. By taking care of the details and breathing personality and life into each event, Mahoganey is able to produce an experience that is a direct reflection of her clients.

Her event-planning career began with hospital fundraisers, university brand awareness campaigns and even weddings. She quickly learned that all events begin with a purpose and need more than a pretty logo to be successful. Events are opportunities to generate positive buzz about your brand and should be produced with that goal in mind. Mahoganey’s motto is do what you love and to love what you do. This motto can be seen in the attention to detail and drive she has to ensuring every event is a success.

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