TTG Asia Media is debuting TTG Conversations webinar series end of this month to connect industry peers whose ability to meet and discuss key business issues has been disrupted by the Covid-19 pandemic.
TTG Conversations joins the company’s stable of widely-read and established trade titles as well as at the many knowledge sessions of IT&CM Events and CTW Events that take place several times a year.
The first webinar will take place on Wednesday, April 29, from 15.00 to 16.00 (GMT +8) with a topic designed for its TTGmice and TTGassociations audience.
The hour-long TTG Conversations: The end of events as we know it? calls on four panelists to debate the value of virtual meetings and determine how extensively companies and event organisers will utilise such event formats as the world recovers from the pandemic, as well as share their learnings in converting physical gatherings to online ones.
The panellists are: Iain Bitran, executive director, The International Society for Professional Innovation Management; Veemal Gungadin, CEO, GlobalSign.In; Joe Ciliberto, global director, sales and marketing, EventsAir, and Cheryl Tan, head of events, TTG Events.
The session will be moderated by Karen Yue, group editor of TTG Asia Media.
Registration for TTG Conversations: The end of events as we know it? is now open. Capacity is limited and registrations are on a first come, first served basis.
TTG Asia Media intends to maintain a flexible frequency for TTG Conversations, with new sessions surfacing every four to six weeks for now to tackle the latest developments and talking points.
There are plans to make TTG Conversations a part of the company’s physical events, facilitating a hybrid model that allows delegates to participate remotely from wherever they are and join in the discussion and conversations live.
From a solutions-offering perspective, TTG Conversations will further sharpen the company’s integrated communication and trade engagement capabilities.
With the continued support of advertisers and sponsors, TTG Asia Media hopes to keep TTG Conversations free for attendees.