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How to prevent fatigue during online events

Since the pandemic started we are always connected. Connected for work, to communicate, entertainment, events, … That’s how our world looks like today. Being clinged to our PC’s, laptops, tablets, smartphones and televisions has become the new ‘normal’.We need and use the online world, from the moment we wake up until we go back to sleep. Communicating with friends and family through WhatsApp, that daily morning meeting in Teams and another client meeting in the afternoon with Zoom. Covid forced us to work from home and to use our screens even more as we did before. Physical events will be ...
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Organizing events in the next months

 Saturday was D-Day: bars en restaurants could finally open their (outside) doors again! Today the safety council presented their road back to a normal life. How to organize your events in the next few weeks and months? We break it down for you!YAY, events in May! We already knew that cultural or corporate events would be possible for a maximum of 50 participants/visitors and should be hosted outside. On site, there are some specific rules we need to keep in mind: Maximum 4 persons per table 1,5m distance between the tables Staff and crew should wear face masks at all time Face masks ...
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Act-Wise out of its comfort zone!

Last week, Act-Wise organized a very special event. A teambuilding was repackaged to a good cause! Different workshops were made into good causes. Instead of simply playing football against each other, the participants were to play with the homeless. And a cooking class suddenly became a chance to cook a delicious dinner for the underprivileged. Also dancing together became physical therapy with disabled men and women. Add to that, the participants only found this out when the workshop began. This made the element of surprise only bigger.Result? An eye-opener for everyone! This teambuilding won’t be forgotten ...
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