Still affected by the pandemic, the Sixth Global Conference on Mass Participation will be organized as an online event next week.
Free for delegates, the event will run from Monday December 6 to Friday December 10, with a short, high-impact two-hour daily session format replicated for all time zones.
With the mass participation events sector having been severely affected by the lockdowns, conference organizers find that “there are huge opportunities to learn from other sectors of sport and industry” and focused on inviting most of the speakers from outside the industry for mass participation. .
Under the theme Making Mass Participation Matter – Conversations to Help Build Your Community, Partnerships and Future, it has attracted speakers with global and regional roles from organizations such as the NBA, GoDaddy, ASICS, Willis Towers Watson and Disney. Eurosport.
Conversations on broad topics ranging from a futuristic vision of a post-COVID world to understanding the narrative, keys to adaptability, building communities, income opportunities and the role of governments will constitute the sessions. strategic days one and two.
The njuko Innovation Spotlight will take place on the third day and on the fourth and five days, delegates will be able to choose from a range of in-depth two-hour workshops, including creating the prefect sponsorship pitch, partnering with governments and cities, sustainability, diversity, data and content.
The organizers say that âRecognizing the challenges of the pandemic for the industry, we are delighted to offer free registration to all who join live.
âReplays will be available for a fee after the event on the recently launched MPW Academy platform. “
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Image: Chris Robb, co-founder and organizer of the Mass Participation World conference, addresses its 2019 edition. Credit: Mass Participation World.
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