Creating a Run of Show for Virtual Events

Any great production starts with a great run of show (or “ROS” as the cool kids call it). This is the minute-by-minute plan for what is happening during any type of show: what is the timing, who is involved, what we are seeing, what we are hearing, what movements or transitions are taking place,[…]

Sequence Partners with Event Leadership Institute on Non-Profit Leadership Roundtable

The Event Leadership Institute has convened a select number of senior leaders from non-profit organizations across the US and Canada to discuss the challenges and solutions amid the disruption caused by COVID-19. Sequence CEO Adam Sloyer was asked to moderate the weekly leadership council and so[…]

Maintaining Production Value for Virtual Events

In this first wave of virtual events, something we have seen time and time again is sub-par production value. Yes we are at home, but it is definitely still possible to maintain a level of professionalism and quality standards in these virtual experiences. We are working with clients on[…]

Tips for Maintaining Non-Profit Engagement on Virtual Events

At Sequence, we have a special place in our heart for our non-profit clients and their variety of invaluable causes.  While the events industry has been hit hard by the devastating effects of the COVID-19 crisis, few have suffered like those in the non-profit realm. Events each have their own[…]

SEQ Reviews: Create & Cultivate #MoneyMoves Conference

Last weekend, like so many other conference nerds and entrepreneurs, we were giddy with excitement to attend Create & Cultivate’s first Virtual Conference “Money Moves.” Having already set the bar for the live IG-celebrity, millennial-chic experiential conference going experience, expectations for[…]