August Resource Roundup
Zoom Resources – We’re seeing Zoom rise as the current preferred Platform for many Life Science Speaker Bureau meetings and with increased demand for technically proficient professionals who can plan, produce, and moderate. Your business may find the resources provided by Zoom to be helpful. Zoom offers free, live-training webinars daily as well as video tutorials.
Virtual Tech Event Guide – EventMB has published a comprehensive guide to virtual event tech, newly updated for 2021. The guide was created to help event professionals explore different platforms and features, and learn best-practice strategies directly from the experts.
Introducing John S Foster, ESQ. – John Foster with Foster, Jensen, and Gulley is an available resource that specializes in the legal aspects of meetings & conventions, trade shows & events, and association management.
Introducing Dina Maloney, Co-Founder of EPIC Coaching & Consulting -Dina Maloney with EPIC Coaching and Consulting is an available resource that specializes in leadership and executive coaching, skills development training, consulting, and keynote speaking engagements to support individuals, organizations and companies achieve maximum performance and productivity.
COVID-19 Contact Tracing Course The COVID-19 crisis has created an unprecedented need for contact tracing across the country, requiring thousands of people to learn key skills quickly. The job qualifications for contact tracing positions differ throughout the country and the world, with some new positions open to individuals with a high school diploma or equivalent. John Hopkins University is offering a 7-hour introductory course on SARS-CoV-2 contact tracing.
8 Need-to-Know Upgrades from Virtual-Meeting Suppliers – Virtual platforms are improving their networking tools and their ability to connect with key business apps. Read the latest in the online-meeting scene from MeetingsNet.
Pharma Forum Returns to Live in September – According to MeetingsNet, after more than a year of planning and executing virtual events—and doing it mostly from home—life-sciences event professionals will have an opportunity to participate in an in-person gathering of their own next month.
9 Questions for Event Professionals to Ponder – PCMA shares innovation expert and questionologist Warren Berger offers a list of questions event organizers should weigh while planning their upcoming events in a new world.