Special Events Blogger is dedicated to creating a safe environment for all and supporting voices that can be produced. Operated in the industry through a variety of programs and partnerships. This includes providing a blog at specialevents.com, ensuring that BIPOC food and event professionals are feature in our content. Placing trained industry professionals of all races, religions, and colors in our conference sections.
Special Events Blogger also see that these efforts must continue and change. We commit to strengthening our relationships and the support of organizations working for these communities and promoting diversity to our content providers.
Conference (Live) Content
We want to support food and event professionals by ensuring that all in attendance feel welcome and included. To do that, we are always ready to develop new, varied voices for our live content. Here’s how to get involve:
Conference Times at a Special Events Blogger
- Leisure time (estimating 125 times of various lengths and topics including demonstrations, hands, panel discussions and traditional presentations)
- Keywords and other invited speakers (primary, lunch, or bridge stage sessions corresponding to a large number of attendees)
Breakout Session Selection Procedure
Our process for selecting conference speakers is as follows:
- Relaxation is usually available on a three- to four-month call for Session, which is broadcast through the e-newsletter industry. Our e-newsletter, social media, is a feature in Special Events Blogger magazine and post on our public website, thandiyamava.com.
- The new Special Event program directs further access to BIPOC organizations and groups by communicating with people and other means
- Proposed meetings are valued by less than three people so that their review is not interrupted by a complete bias. Score points (1-5) and comment on them
- Similar session proposals that benefit equally will also value with a video provided by the speaker and/or character references.