The profound impact of COVID-19 coronavirus on the event industry is undeniable. There is a great deal of uncertainty out there. While there have been some high-profile cancellations across the industry, for the most part, we’re seeing many clients continue to hold their in-person events, issuing prudent precautions and advisories to their attendees to minimize risk. Those faced with the decision of whether or not to cancel their events should consider pivoting to a Virtual Event.
Thank you to everyone who applied to the 2020 Pathable Women in Computing Scholarship! We received several thoughtful and high-quality submissions this year from passionate students across the country.
After reviewing all of the entries, we’re excited to announce that California Polytechnic State University – San Luis Obispo (SLO) freshman Andrea Santos is our scholarship winner for 2020.
This guest post was contributed by CallHub.
Every interaction with your attendees prior to your event, during your event, and after your event is logged as a data point in your various software systems. This data could simply exist to take up space in your database— but it could also be so much more.