Podcast Episode: How Going Virtual Doubled Our Event’s Attendance. Lessons from the TNCHAP Event: 1/3

21 January 2021

Every year we have a community event where we provide entertainment,  awareness, and food. This year we decided as a committee to hold it virtually which was a little nerve-racking, but also exciting because with the virtual aspect we were able to get a lot more engagement.

When committee members for the Tennessee Community HIV-AIDS Partnership (TNCHAP) converted their annual World Aids Day Celebration from an in-person event to an online event, they experienced some delightfully surprising results. Event organizers, Tina Plank, Southeast TNCHAP Prevention Chair, and Nikita Edwards, Regional HIV Manager for United Way of Greater Nashville, sat down with us to share some of the lessons learned while planning their first virtual event in part 1 of 3 in a short series of podcast episodes.

 

Episode - How Going Virtual Doubled Our Event's Attendance.
Lessons from the TNCHAP Event: 1/3

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This podcast is available on most podcast players.

 

Show Notes:

Engineerica has been helping many event professionals as they move to fully virtually or hybrid events.

 

Want to hear more? Visit the Podcast website: https://www.engineerica.com/c3podcast/

 

We want to hear from you!

Leave us a voicemail telling us about your upcoming event or asking us a question that we can play on the podcast.

 

 

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