Welcome to the Eventim Scandinavia Pitstop May 7th at 13:00! A one hour online inspirational webinar where you will have the opportunity to hear from leading industry experts about the effects of and best practices for dealing with Covid-19 now and in the future.
Covid-19 and the subsequent ban on live events has had a major effect on all of us in the live industry, whether it is performing arts, concerts, festivals, theater, comedy or sports. Unfortunately, it looks like we will continue to see bans on large public gatherings into the near future. There will, of course, come a time after Corona, and we are all looking forward to gathering together again! In the meantime, many are concerned about the ongoing digitalization during the corona crisis and how it will affect our future consumption of live events.
In order to discuss these matters as well as other topics related to Corona and give you some more insight into these important issues, we have gathered some industry experts to share their thoughts and experiences.
- HENRIK BERNDTSON CEO Blixten & Co / All Things Live Sweden “Long Live the Live Music Industry”
- MARCIA TITLEY Managing Director Eventim Norway “Covid-19: are free online cultural events a good idea?”
- RONNIE HANSEN Director Sport, Culture and Entertainment, Geelmuyden Kiese, Denmark “Will the small venues still be the promoters’ whipping boy post-Corona?”
Henrik Berndtson has worked as CEO of Blixten & Co / All Things Live since 2019. He first joined Blixten in 2015 as Partner and VP Sales & Business Development, with responsibility for new revenue and business. Prior to Blixten & Co, Berndtson worked at TV4, Stockholm Globe Arenas and Eventum.
Blixten & Co represent around 80 of Sweden’s most prominent artists and produce concerts, shows, musicals, theater and dance performances throughout Scandinavia.
Click here to read more about Henrik and Blixten & Co
Marcia Titley has worked as Managing Director of Eventim Norway since 2018. Before joining Eventim, Marcia worked as Sales & Marketing Director at Telenor Arena, Norway’s largest multipurpose arena. Her responsibilities included filling the arena with live content, corporate sales and sponsorship and marketing, both B2B and B2C. Originally from Canada, Marcia moved to Norway in 1996, and worked professionally as a classical musician until 2004.
Click here to read more about Marcia.
Ronnie Hansen is director and senior advisor in Geelmuyden Kiese in the sports, culture and entertainment department. Ronnie specializes in the strategic use of events and cultural efforts for cities, municipalities and countries, as well as advising commercial partners and rights holders in the same areas in collaboration with the public. He is also a leading expert in impact measurement and analysis of the impact of events and strategies.
Click here to read more about Ronnie and Geelmuyden Kiese.
Date: May 7th from 13:00 – 14:00
Access: Microsoft Teams
Cost: Absolutely free!
Language: The presentations will be in English
During the webinar, we kindly ask you to have your camera and microphone turned off. You may ask questions via the chat function that we will try and answer.
To sign up for our webinar, please use our online registration form. We will send you the link to the webinar with more practical information shortly before the webinar.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. Otherwise, hope to «see» you online!