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Here are some considerations and tips for event planners looking to put on a successful and safe hybrid event.
Inspire your audience this Black History Month with a prominent speaker, no matter your industry or desired impact.
Survey results indicate a disconnect between what event professionals are planning and what attendees are expecting in 2022.
In our recent interview, Jenn Lim joins All American Entertainment Head of Marketing Jennifer Best to discuss her “3 Things You Need To Know” about delivering happiness and her personal and professional views on happiness in the workplace.
Jenny Evans breaks down her “3 Things You Need to Know” about stress management and the physiological tactics everyone can use to help upgrade their overall level of confidence and optimism.
Top Comedians, Musicians, Magicians, Chefs, And Mixologists For Virtual End-Of-Year Events And Parties
Check out some of the top comedians, musicians, magicians, chefs, and mixologists for your most exciting, mind-blowing, and unforgettable end of year events yet
Here are five things you can read through in five minutes or less to make your life as an event pro a little easier — including industry trends and predictions as well as tips and resources from AAE.
Meet some of the leading voices on the future of work who are sharing messages on things like employee wellness, change management, innovation, and team building.
There are no fixed rules in hybrid event planning, but considering these questions can make a difference in the audience engagement, efficiency, and originality of your next hybrid event.
Take a look at some of our most requested and booked speakers who (with the inclusion of lower virtual fees) can fit your budget while still delivering the high quality content expected of a keynote speaker.
Education extraordinaire Keith L. Brown breaks down his “3 Things” that every educator needs to know about student engagement.
Whether it’s virtual events, the future of our industry, or tried and true advice for booking the right speaker, we’ve got so much to share. Read real responses below from the AAE team to questions we’re hearing right now.
As a part of our sit-down with Naif Productions CEO, Annette Naif, we aim to answer the question of whether or not your next virtual, in-person, or hybrid event needs a master of ceremonies (a.k.a. an emcee).
Check out some of the top Native American Heritage speakers and their crucial work in activism for their communities.
3 things you need to know about Embracing the Shift from former NFL player, entrepreneur and author Anthony Trucks.
Keely Cat-Wells shares some insight and advice for how event professionals can build a more inclusive industry by hiring speakers and talent with disabilities.
Take a closer look at the crisis in Afghanistan, climate change, and the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic — what’s new, what are the implications for the event industry, and who is leading the response.
Hosting a moderated virtual discussion with a top expert in the field is a great way to gain real-time insights on current events and educate your audience.
This is not the time to return to normal — it is the time to innovate and improve your experience for your audience and the organizer. To help you do so, here is a list of the top six things to know before planning your hybrid event.
As a part of our sit-down with Naif Productions CEO, Annette Naif, we dissected what really surprised event professionals, planners, and coordinators across the country about the altered landscape of the event industry after COVID-19.
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