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Welcome to 2022. The year in which New York professor Ferdinand Shuller predicted, 100 years ago in 1922, that restaurants would offer self-serving tables with meals rising from kitchens one floor below. While that specific prediction has not panned out (at least as far as
It’s no secret that producers of large-scale events have had to quickly rethink almost every aspect of their existence due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Hybrid and virtual events took off, becoming the new normal for marketers and event organizers, with the majority of major events
Remember 2019? Back when there were large-scale events held. Maybe one that you had attended previously, maybe one that you hadn’t ever attended before but you felt it was time to check it out. So, you’d make plans to attend. You’d buy tickets. You’d make
We don’t do boring. Event management requires a high level of creativity. The ability to create inspired, original experiences is the mark of a competent and compelling event management team. At Decibel, we do exactly that. We’re not simply talking about big-picture issues here.
Typically when you notice an old blog post of yours trending, it’s a good thing. In this particular case it’s actually just devastating. Back in 2015, our team at Decibel posted a blog titled “Crowd Dynamics: How to Prevent (and Survive) a Human Stampede or
The holidays last year looked a whole lot different than it usually looks. The frequent family gatherings were non-existent (or virtual). The mall Santas weren’t taking kids’ Christmas wish lists by the thousands. School recitals, neighborhood caroling, midnight masses, the local production of A Christmas