The word “hybrid” is a buzzword for the meetings and events industry right now but has been around for quite some time. The first thing you may think of when hearing the word is hybrid vehicles, which combine gas with an electric motor to fuel a car.
Before getting into tips on how to host a safe and interactive hybrid event, we first must define them, outline the types of hybrid events, and provide key considerations for hosting one. It’s also important to know the differences between a hybrid and a completely virtual or face-to-face event. Our clients wanted to find out more about hybrid events, so to truly define them and provide accurate insights, we shared this document with them prior to having a roundtable discussion. This resulted in some actionable takeaways for our clients so they could make an informed decision about the best type of event for their industry and current times.
Let’s take a look at hybrid events defined with some examples and insights. Find out the true definition of hybrid events, the different types of events we consider ‘hybrid’, along with key considerations when it comes to determining whether or not to hold a hybrid, completely virtual, or face-to-face event. Use the link below to download the white paper and learn more now.