It’s no secret that COVID-19 has wreaked havoc on the event industry. Hosting a successful event that is COVID-19 compliant is possible.
THEATER & PERFORMING ARTS COVID-19 REQUIREMENTS Theaters and performing arts are permitted to operate, provided the general and discipline-specific requirements in this document are met and followed. The theatre and performing arts organization must adopt a written procedure for operation that is at least as strict as the procedures below and complies with all safety […]
In recent weeks our industry, people, and ability to work have been completely devastated by the unexpected impacts of the existing health crisis. While uncertainties abound we do not yet know the extent of these impacts or the long-lasting effects they may cause within the live event industry. This is truly a time to come […]
WHAT LIES AHEAD FOR THE EVENT INDUSTRY AMID COVID-19 WHAT LIES AHEAD FOR THE EVENT INDUSTRY AMID COVID-19 THE GLOBAL IMPACT OF THE CORONAVIRUS Right now, the business world is in a whole new landscape. The incredible infectivity rate of COVID-19 has nations across the globe asking everyone to stay home. On the other hand, […]
What to do When Lightning Approaches Your Event What to do when Lightning Approaches Your Event When it comes to outdoor event planning, wind is usually considered the most dangerous weather condition. It can blow tents over, sure. But in my experience, lightning is life-threatening weather. Especially for a large outdoor crowd gathering. Most event […]
Live events exist in a unique bubble in the marketing space. You’re not producing digital-only creative. Live events are a blend of creativity that touches both the physical and digital world (often referred to as “experiential marketing.”) So, we often get customers who want to know exactly what live event planning is — and why it’s valuable. After all, […]
Step Forward After the unfortunate 2001 Nisqually earthquake, the Alaskan Way Viaduct suffered significant structural damage, and the State of Washington started an ambitious new project to bore a structurally-secure tunnel under downtown Seattle to carry SR99 from SoDo to South Lake Union. The SR99 Tunnel (also called the Alaskan Way Viaduct replacement tunnel) was officially […]