41: Experience Design for Virtual + Hybrid Events ft John Pistotti (Endless Events)

Summary

This is “Events: demystified” brought to you by Tree-Fan Events with your host, Anca. While the work of a good planner is to make sure the event goes off without a hitch, the work of great event designers is to make that event memorable by allowing the creative juices to start flowing freely in order to create the feel, look, and atmosphere that not only matches the brand or the cause but also impresses attendees and leaves them with a positive memory long after the event is over. With that thought in mind, join me for a fun conversation around experience design solutions for virtual and hybrid events with experience architect, John Pistotti of Endless Events.

A few fun facts about John:
– his first job was as banquet staff for parties at the Playboy Mansion, LA
– he worked as a sushi chef,
– he was also an adventure guide leading trips up Half Dome in Yosemite, midnight snowshoeing in Lake Tahoe, and mountain biking in Santa Cruz.

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You can find John here:

www.linkedin.com/in/johnpistotti

www.twitter.com/johnpistott

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Tree-Fan Events offers Hybrid Event Production Services: 

https://treefanevents.com/hybrid-event-services/

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