Author Archives: TeamSEQ

6 Holiday Party Predictions for 2023

We know, we know: You’re gearing up for a fun summer and aren’t quite ready to think about the cold-weather months! But believe it or not, ‘tis the season to start planning your organization’s holiday party.

Planning Inclusive Events for LGBTQIA+ Attendees

At Team SEQ, we firmly believe that everyone deserves to feel respected, valued, and safe at our events. It’s not just the right thing to do—it’s also good for business, and can benefit every aspect of the gathering by allowing all attendees to participate freely and fully.

7 Smart Ways to Get Guests Interacting at Your Next Event

Brand Crush: San Diego Comic-Con International

Seven Ways Events Can Nurture Guests' Physical and Mental Wellness

Earlier this month, the Global Wellness Summit released its annual “Future of Wellness” report, a 160-page forecast documenting the newest directions in the industry. And at the very top of the 12 trends it outlines? “The development of new spaces and experiences that bring people together in real[…]

Team SEQ Lessons From 2022, and a Look Ahead to 2023

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[…]

Brand Crush: Sephora

Five Questions To Ask Yourself Before Designing and Producing Your Next Trade Show Experience

At Sequence, we’re huge fans of trade shows. They’re the perfect chance to advertise your brand with a jaw-dropping booth experience that gets people talking. But if you want to get the most out of your trade show experience it’s important to head in with a strategy-first approach. To help you plan[…]

Brand Crush: Nintendo

Tips to Make Your Next Event More Accessible and Inclusive

At Sequence, we’re passionate about creating events that make attendees feel a sense of joy and connection. Part of that mission means making sure everyone who wants to attend is able to by removing barriers to attendance whenever possible. As you may know, July is Disability Pride Month,[…]