Skills Every Event Presenter Needs In A Post-COVID World

Skills Every Event Presenter Needs In A Post-COVID World

According to our Global Audience Preferences survey insights, event attendees all over the world are expecting a shift from the traditional ways of events being organized and the overall experience that comes with it. Needless to say, as an event organizer or a hospitality venue owner, your event management, marketing, and operational methods will change over time.

Here Are Few Skills Every Event Presenter Needs To Develop For A Post-COVID World. 

1. Ability To Adapt

The pandemic has invariably changed the way we all function, physically and emotionally. Needless to say, the event community is no stranger to adapting to the times and dealing with event uncertainty. Dine-in theaters and drive in concerts have made a comeback from the past. A good event organizer and hospitality venue owner will have to adapt smartly to the incoming and ever-evolving tides.


Take a cue from other similar venues who are doing it smartly. Fine-tuning your event management and operational skills is the need of the hour. Learn more about Using Social Distancing To Your Advantage.

2. Troubleshoot Technical Issues

Being an event organizer, this one is no stranger. No matter how well you’ve planned your event, technical issues can pop up anytime. Unless of course, you’re one of those busy event planners, our suite of customer support services lets you focus on the bigger picture and let us troubleshoot those technical issues in a jiffy.

3. Analysis Of Virtual Events

Many switched over to online events and virtual ways of bringing together their event attendees. The post-pandemic world will need a hybrid of both online and offline. If you’ve been organizing virtual events for the majority of 2020, it’s time to strengthen your strategy for the coming few months by analyzing what’s working and what’s not.


Being the creative lot that we are, we’ve collectively stormed the internet to bring joy to the world –  be it artists, musicians, actors, or live act performers. As an event organizer, learn how to take the virtual route for hosting your online events.

4. Keeping A Pulse On Social Media

Online engagement is at an all-time high as you must’ve noticed and with each little thing taking random twists and turns every now and then, it’s imperative to evolve your social listening skills. As a brand, you need to stay relevant to the audiences and one sure-shot way of upping your event marketing is through social media.


Keep your eyes and ears open across all your social media platforms through social listening tools for easy two-way engagement. Learn more about Event Marketing Tactics To Improve Your Brand Presence.

5. Transparent Business Ethics 

No one wants to be taken for a spin with their money going down the drain. Event attendees are looking for a “Get what you pay for” policy where they expect nothing less or nothing more.  Needless to say, make sure you tighten your business practices and dealings to avoid letting anything slip through the cracks that might dampen your reputation.

6. Flexibility & Creative Communication

Being an all-rounder wasn’t enough already so event organizers also need to up their communication strategy. Being a good listener is the first step to tune your communication strategy. Using Questionnaires & Surveys is a great way to gather audience feedback and insights.


Everyone is trying to make their voice heard online and offline, and in the post-pandemic world, you might have to as well. Learn how to master communication and re-engage with your patrons effectively.

7. Patience & Empathy

Things will not always go your way. In a post-COVID scenario, the entire world will be trying to adjust to the fresh way of functioning. In this process, you and your event attendees will have to find that even footing which is why a little bit of patience and empathy goes a long way in maintaining a continuous cycle of audience engagement.

For More Insights, Also Read:

COVID-19 Resources For Event Presenters & Hospitality Venues.

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