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Empowering meeting planners the world over to spot and stop human trafficking.

Tragically larger events in which tens of thousands of people gather in celebration, such as the Super Bowl, are often sites of human trafficking activities. Knowing that meeting planners are often on the front lines of large events and therefore the human trafficking epidemic, Meeting Planners International (MPI) turned to Redstory to develop a campaign meant to empower every planner with the tools needed to spot and stop human trafficking.

7 Reasons You Should Host Hybrid Events

The events industry is all about human connection. When event streaming technology first...

Thanking The Bravest Among Us.

After their members had spent a harrowing year on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic, the...

How to Engage Virtual Attendees in Hybrid Meetings

Recently, a friend shared with me the success of her virtual events. Interestingly, as she...

5 Tips for Preparing for a Virtual Event

As the event industry continues to remain primarily online for the remainder of 2020 and into...

Create What Matters featuring Shabazz Larkin

Introducing Create What Matters. This is a vlog series that highlights the good people are doing...

Growing an Association through Collaborative Conversation

The American Society of Pain and Neuroscience (ASPN) is a rapidly growing association in the...

Create What Matters featuring Andy Christiansen

Introducing Create What Matters. This is a vlog series that highlights the good people are doing...

5 Tips for Engaging Sponsors in Your Virtual Programs

How to Engage or Re-engage Sponsors Virtually as Told by an Event Marketer. 

How to Create Engaging Virtual Events

This guide was designed to aid brands and teams of all sizes in creating virtual and hybrid...