Editor’s Note: This post was written by Sequence CEO Adam Sloyer, with love and support from Sequence’s other two co-founders: Lizz Torgovnick and Dana Lowenfish.
The National Retail Federation’s Big Showdrew record crowds (over 35,000 attendees and 1,000 exhibitors) to the Javits Center in NYC last week. The energy was high as exhibitors, presenters, and attendees were excited to connect and discuss the latest trends and technologies that support the retail[…]
I’ve learned my lesson about gazing into the crystal ball. None of us truly know what to expect from the event industry in 2023 — but I do have some educated guesses based on recent experiences, and Sequence’s 11+ years in business.
As 2022 comes to a close, the Sequence team is reflecting on this year of transition — when IRL events returned in full force, when attendees’ goals and priorities evolved, when budgets and supply chain challenges changed the way many event professionals work. Here, members of our team reflect on[…]
Photo from Pexels Let’s face it — sustainable business practices are becoming something of a non-negotiable. In fact, a 2021 survey from analytics company Exasol shows that a whopping 85% of consumers are willing to walk away from a purchase if the company doesn’t do enough to address climate[…]
As the holiday season approaches, we at Sequence feel a tremendous sense of gratitude. The past year has given us the opportunity to get back to doing what we love: designing and producing in-person events! Coming out of two years of a pandemic that rocked our industry was no small feat, but the[…]
Thank you so much for taking a journey through the Sequence Discovery process over the last few weeks. First, we talked about what Discovery is and why we do it, and then we discussed how we actually go about the Discovery process.
We’re back with another installment of our SEQ Discovery series! 👏 You’re welcome 😉 Last time, we talked about what Discovery is and why we do it. Definitely go back and take a gander if you haven’t already. Today, we’re going to talk more about how we actually go about the Discovery process. The[…]
We are beyond thrilled to announce that Sequence has been recognized by Crain’s as one of the “100 Best Places to Work in New York City” for 2022 – and #20 overall in the Small Business category! It has been a long-standing goal of ours to create an inclusive workplace that supports our[…]
As many of you already know, Sequence is very proudly a strategy-first agency. To us, that means that everything we do is seen through the lens of “why?” - most simply put, why this event and why now. It’s great to have a beautiful event that goes off without a hitch, but it’s central to our[…]