Online Gatherings Begin in May to Support Association Execs Struggling with Value Proposition of Digital
April 19, 2022 – Washington D.C. -- Ever sat with elephants in the room? They tend to get in the way.
Intent on clearing the way for new ideas and approaches to bringing people together, JUNO presents a new online discussion series designed to address the big issues head-on.
“People are forever changed, and how we bring them together online and in-person must also change,” says Josh Hotsenpiller, Founder and CEO at JUNO. “We are hearing a lot of struggling, a lot of people faced with that big problem in the room -- the elephant they’re afraid to admit is there.”
“Are online events really necessary?”
These “elephants in the room” will be tackled starting with transparency from some featured leaders sharing how they are handling their community, event and membership growth with digital tools. The dearest elephant, “I don't know where to start” is another topic that will be addressed as association professionals come together to share and learn.
All the roundtable discussions will take place on connect.junolive.com, a free online community.
“The pandemic was a catalyst for change across events and across industries,” Hotsenpiller said. “But it can be tiring. We know humans crave connection, they seek it online and in-person, so JUNO wants to help everyone understand how it can be achieved.”
JUNO connects and educates people on a single destination platform for events and year-round community. This software-as-a-service solution is embraced by innovative clients ready to make the digital transformation necessary for future success in events, member communications and learning.
JUNO has helped thousands of users across five continents come together with more than 35 million minutes of streamed educational content. Organizations like the Professional Convention Management Association, American College of Emergency Physicians, Network of Executive Women, American Heart Association, a Big 4 national sports organization and a top philanthropic group have all chosen JUNO for events and community.
Learn more at www.junolive.com. For details or interviews, contact Dana Freker Doody at dana (at) junolive.com or 972.349.0015.