• Reopening your event in the time of COVID-19 - Aug. 5, 10am
  • Reopening Your Event In the Time of Covid-19

    Webinar: Wednesday, Aug. 5 at 10am

     

    Are you wondering how to re-open your event when the time comes? How to manage all the aspects and elements of your event in order to create a safe experience for not only your patrons but your staff?

    Join Dennis Freeman, Founder and Special Event Producer, and Erin Regrutto, Senior Event Manager as they walk you through the necessary actions to prepare for reopening of your event. Here is your chance to hear from two industry leaders who between them have completed the World Health Organization’s Public Health Preparedness for Mass Gatherings, the Event Safety Alliance’s Event Safety Access Training, FEMA’s National Incident Management Systems, FEMA’s Orientation to FEMA Logistics and contributed to the Event Safety Alliance’s Reopening Guide.

    Things this webinar will cover:

    • Conducting a thorough analysis of every element of your event
    • Working with local government officials regarding current and future rules, regulations and safety protocol
    • How to create a Risk Impact/Probability Chart
    • How to mitigate risks -The “Go – No Go” decision process

     

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  • Industry Resources

  • State of the Industry
    Webinar

     

    Oregon Festivals and Events Association Presents an expert panel discussing time sensitive information related to Sponsorship, Ticketing, Event Insurance, Communications, and more in light of the current Coronavirus pandemic.

     

    Big thank you to Michael Bleau with Event Hub for his help organizing and moderating

  • How to Survive COVID-19 as a Small Business or Event Organizer

    Ryan Kintz, of Afton Tickets, has put together a complete resource guide for small businesses and events during the COVID-19 pandemic. Click here to see the complete post.

    Today I cover the best action steps small businesses and event organizers can take in order to ensure long time survival of your business or event during this COVID-19 crisis. Including how to suspend your loan and credit card payments, apply for SBA Disaster Relief funding, an alternative to being forced to layoff your employees, and more.

    COVID-19 has been devastating for most small businesses. But for event organizers, promoters, music venues, and entities in the live events industry – COVID-19 has been a complete “show stopper.” Tens of thousands of live events have been shut down by the government and nobody knows how long the live events ban will last.

    DISCLAIMER: This article does not constitute legal advice or tax advice. Each state agency has different requirements and terms. Please check with your attorney, accountant, and your state specific agencies. These are suggestions only. Afton Tickets is no in way guaranteeing any specific outcome with these suggestions and tips.

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