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IMEX delivers on-demand content

Bite-sized educational clips cover sustainability, creativity, engagement and diversity

The Education Island is one of three virtual worlds that make up PlanetIMEX, which launched in May following the cancellation of IMEX Frankfurt.
The Education Island is one of three virtual worlds that make up PlanetIMEX, which launched in May following the cancellation of IMEX Frankfurt.

GLOBAL — Event planners who missed the live-streamed EduMonday conference when PlanetIMEX launched in May can now access on-demand educational content.

This series of short and snappy sessions is now available free on the IMEX YouTube channel and addresses topics such as resilience, the future of work, creative event design for a new era, crisis communication, contract negotiations, technology, wellbeing and psychology.

IMEX Group CEO, Carina Bauer, said: “EduMonday Live, along with PlanetIMEX, was a core element of our gift back to the business events community. We wanted to re-establish connections and relationships in these tough times and deliver topical content of real value.

We also wanted to foster some fun – among the learnings, case studies and research in our online resource you’ll also discover games, laughter and music!”

The curated content list includes ‘The big pivot - Towards a regenerative events industry’ keynote presentation by Guy Bigwood, managing director of the Global Destination Sustainability Index.

For those planners looking assess future scenarios for the business events and travel industry, we recommend this session delivered by global futurist and CEO of Fast Future, Rohit Talwar.

Additional sessions include Glenn Schoen CEO of [email protected] BV; Jonny Round, managing director of The Sound Agency; and a She Means Business panel discussion about women in business making tough decisions.  

EduMonday Live attracted 5,881 registered participants from 120 countries, and was supported by Cvent.