Category: hybrid

Pride Events Are Back! SEQ Talks Hybrid Pride From LA to NYC

In-person events are making a comeback for Summer 2021 and Team SEQ is here for it! While many of our clients are interested in hosting their next event fully in-person, a number are still considering a virtual component for attendees with varying levels of comfort (and a virtual element means a[…]

How Team SEQ Kept The Wall Street Journal's Drive-In Event Safe & Fun

With the CDC’s recently updated guidance and easing of restrictions for those who have been vaccinated, event pros across the country are finally feeling a sense of optimism around in-person experiences. While we’re excited about the newest developments and positive trend, Covid safety is still at[…]

Three Lessons from Virtual We’re Taking Back to Hybrid & Live

At Sequence, we love the hustle and bustle of in-person events, and that will never change. Our entire team is ready to turn the page on a fully-virtual, fully-remote event calendar and look to hybrid and live coming back safely. That said, the past year has given us an invaluable opportunity to[…]

What To Consider When Planning Hybrid, Summer Events

As event restrictions start to lift across parts of the country, many people are wondering how to plan the best event for their audience this summer. If you are curious about planning a live outdoor, or indoor/hybrid summer event, we’ve got you covered!

Live, Hybrid, and Outdoor Event Forecast

Event-related COVID-19 restrictions continue to evolve almost daily, but don’t worry, Sequence is here to help! As a global events agency, we are keeping an eye on the latest updates on indoor gatherings and event guidelines and want to share updates from three major cities with you today. You’ll[…]

Diversity Scholarship Initiative

At Sequence, we understand that diversity is crucial for a successful and vibrant events industry (the more unique points of view in the mix, the better!). While the current landscape is more challenging in our industry today than ever before, we know that the barriers for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous,[…]

Memorable Moments from the 2021 Inauguration

As event pros, we can certainly imagine the massive undertaking that designing and producing an event so central to a nation’s history and which illustrates democracy itself must be. While this week’s inauguration was unique for a number of reasons, it stayed true to its legacy with visual and[…]

Three Event Predictions for 2021

2020 required event pros to reimagine how experiences are created, both in concept and execution. Many embraced the world of virtual events as an alternative to live, and some held off with the hope that the coming year would bring back ‘business as usual’ sooner than later.

Three Reflections Heading Into 2021

As the year finally draws to a close, the only issue we'd take with a three-month Caribbean vacation is that it wouldn’t be nearly long enough. As it turns out, a business whose purpose is bringing people together set against a global pandemic that prevents people from being brought together makes[…]

Planning for Virtual, Live, AND Hybrid? Here’s How.

As we touched on in our blog a few weeks ago, uncertainty within events right now is still at an all-time high, often leading to shorter planning windows and truncated timelines. For our clients looking to host events later into 2021, the million dollar question still seems to be: live, virtual or[…]