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New Technologies in Virtual and Hybrid Events

New Technologies in Virtual and Hybrid Events
Author(s)/Editor(s): Sharad Kumar Kulshreshtha (North-Eastern Hill University, India)and Craig Webster (Ball State University, USA)
Copyright: ©2024
DOI: 10.4018/979-8-3693-2272-7
ISBN13: 9798369322727
EISBN13: 9798369322734


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In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, events have swiftly transitioned to virtual and hybrid formats. This rapid shift has posed numerous challenges for organizers who are now tasked with navigating the digital landscape. From planning logistics to engaging participants, virtual and hybrid events are intricate and demand innovative solutions.

New Technologies in Virtual and Hybrid Events is a comprehensive guide that provides practical strategies and insights to make virtual and hybrid events successful, efficient, and profitable. The book offers a platform to publish research on the practical challenges of virtual and hybrid events. It explores key topics such as platform assessment, audience engagement tools, AI integration, and ethical considerations in event technologies. By offering a deep dive into these areas, the book empowers readers to navigate the complexities of virtual and hybrid events with confidence.

Author's/Editor's Biography

Sharad Kulshreshtha (Ed.)

Dr. Sharad Kumar Kulshreshtha (b. 1978), is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Tourism and Hotel Management, North-Eastern Hill University, Shillong-Meghalaya (India). He has acclaimed publications research papers in various books, journals of national and international repute and participated in national and international Seminars and Conferences. including International Conference on Wine Market and Cultures of Consumption in SHTM the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong. His area of research interest is Event Management, Health & Wellness, Sustainable Tourism. He has also been invited as a resource person in various universities and business associations of India to deliver talks as subject experts. He has co-edited books on ‘Emerging Dynamics of India Tourism & Hospitality: Transformation and Innovation’ and Global Developments in Healthcare and Medical Tourism Advance in Hospitality, Tourism, and the Service Industry (AHTSI) Book Series, IGI Global, U.S.A., Virus Outbreaks, and Tourism Mobility: Strategy to Encounter Global Health Hazards, Publisher: Emerald Publishing Limited under Book Series: Tourism Security Safety and Post Conflict Destinations Series

Craig Webster (Ed.)

Craig Webster (Ph.D.) is an Associate Professor in the Department of Management at Ball State University, USA. He studied Government and German Literature at St. Lawrence University in New York State, received an MA and Ph.D. in Political Science from Binghamton University in New York State and an MBA Intercollege, Cyprus. He has taught at Binghamton University, Ithaca College, the College of Tourism and Hotel Management, and the University of Nicosia. His research interests include the political economy of tourism, event management, robots and artificial intelligence in tourism and hospitality, public opinion analysis, and human rights.


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