In pandemic times, especially with the social gatherings restrictions extended to January 8, 2021, it is more important than ever to stay connected with your colleagues, clients, friends, and families. Celebrate those special moments together, apart.
There are Zoom events that you want to exit after the first five minutes. And it’s easy to do on a virtual platform. Don’t pretend, I know you’ve done it before. You don’t have to excuse yourself or find the right time to leave, it’s just a click away for joining and leaving, and no one will notice especially if it is a big group.
There are also Zoom events that are engaging and you want to stay. What makes the difference?
2020 is a game changing year for the event industry, and perhaps the most significant year to virtual events in history. The pandemic speeds up the process of integrating virtual elements into events, yet without it, virtual events will still be the hottest trends in the next decade.
During the time of crisis, it is important for us to take extra care of ourselves, physically, mentally and spiritually.
Try one of the activities per day to stay healthy, and share love and positivity to people around you.
Visit this useful guide for more information about how to improve mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Did the tank actually drive down Décarie Blvd. on a Sunday in Montreal? Was the family getting fined at Port Coquitlam a few weeks ago trying to do something good to the community or making a profit out of this crisis?
While staying informed and current is crucial at this special period of time, many of us may also feel like being dragged down to the rabbit hole with a mix of useful information, fake news and alternative facts.
Bearer of Bad News
Nobody likes to hear bad news.
More than #Teambuilding
According to the Oxford Dictionary, team building is the action or process of causing a group of people to work together effectively as a team, especially by means of activities and events designed to increase motivation and promote cooperation.
Philanthropy is a virtue
The desire to promote the welfare of others, expressed especially by the generous donation of money to good causes – Oxford Dictionaries
Providing Chinese language service can help to bridge barrier – a strategy driven by the market
According to a local public relations consultant, Canadian businesses see the need to add Chinese language service to their marking strategy. This not only applies to businesses but also organizations and government bodies who are progressive in providing in-language services.
It feels good to be Officially Amazing™! But is it worth putting more than a year of planning and two tries before getting the title? Absolutely!
It’s the Chinese Lunar New Year around the corner.
Staff at Choice Communication who are curious and passionate about the latest trends.