Podcast Episode: Transitioning to Virtual Events with Laura Moore

21 May 2020

We interview Laura Moore, Association Meeting Planner with Suwannee River Area Health Education Center, regarding her first fully virtual event, The First Coast Neonatal Symposium. We talk about the quick transition to a virtual event due to the pandemic, the Conference Tracker technology utilized, and the considerations leading up to continuing with the conference.

 

 

 

 

 

Episode - Transitioning to Virtual Events with Laura Moore

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Show Notes:

Learn more about Engineerica Systems and Conference Tracker

 

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

 

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