A typical networking event would be an enjoyable prospect. Pack up your team and some demos, fly to a nice city, meet some partners, meet some vendors, fly home, and PROFIT.
Now, in light of the Covid-19 pandemic, networking in 2020 has become a very different place. No exciting events, no free swag, and how do I even find the right background for my webcam?!?
Many see this as a time of frustration with businesses becoming more isolated than ever but with the right approach you can come out with this period with new contacts, new opportunities, and a brighter future.
There has been a ton of pressure on businesses and brands in 2020 to serve as moral arbiters this year. Or for brands to at least take the appearance of having a moral stance on issues.
Plenty of brands began pushing away from Facebook because of the “site’s failure to stop the spread of hate,” according to CNN. It definitely has, y’know, nothing to do with the fact that returns on Facebook’s advertising platform have been plummeting during a pandemic and a recession that’s rapidly snowballing into a depression, I’m sure.
Every business needs a website. If you want your esports organization to be financially successful, you have to start treating your esport organization as a business rather than a hobby. So I want to breakdown how your esports website can look and give you examples of great websites within the esports industry.Continue reading “How to Design and Structure an Esports Website”
I was privileged enough in terms of money and time to be able to attend the digital GamesBeat summit last week. Mainly because I was curious. But also because I’ve been trapped at home for over a month and while my husband is my favorite person (and Leo is more coherent these days), talking to new people was crazy neat. Continue reading “GamesBeat 2020 Wrap-up”