I have sat in on so many webinars about the “new normal” and the future of live events. The repeated message was that, at worst, we would likely NEVER return to events as we once knew them and, at best, it would take years to build up confidence in travel and live events again. I always argued the opposite – that people were sick of webinars and craved real people and live networking. I felt that people (like me ☺) would rush back to live events as soon as we could. One-way information has its purpose and is perhaps best delivered virtually, but the true value of a professional conference is the gathering of individuals and the building of networks.
We've already hosted great Window on Ottawa sessions on federal drinking water quality activies, biosolids and plastics/flushable products - recordings of these sessions will be available to registered delegates shortly..
The Window on Ottawa continues June 10 with our session on climate change. There is still chance to register for the remaining sessions or for access to the recordings.