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Planner Spotlight Series- Danielle Bauer, Coin Laundry Association

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December 30, 2021
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This post is part of the HopSkip Planner Spotlight Series where HopSkip spotlight's planners across the industry to bring awareness of how they adapted to COVID-19, communicating and lessons learned and sharing how they are viewing the meetings and events industry in a post-pandemic world. 


 

Name: Danielle Bauer

Company Name: Coin Laundry Association

Job Title: Director of Membership & Education

Years of Experience: 20+

How were you able to adapt during COVID-19 when the meeting and events industry got disrupted?
 
Like so many other associations, we converted all events to virtual events. During the beginning of COVID, we were holding 4 events/month with one being an informal social networking event. Others were more educational in format.
 
As a planner, what was the number one thing you learned over the past year?
 
To be flexible and creative.
 
Is there anything you are changing in your planning process moving forward as a result of the pandemic?
 
We are now holding both virtual and F2F events moving forward. The F2F events provide a better format for networking, but the virtual events give more members an opportunity to learn best practices from our programs.
 

This post is part of the HopSkip Planner Spotlight Series where HopSkip spotlight's planners across the industry to bring awareness of how they adapted to COVID-19, communicating and lessons learned and sharing how they are viewing the meetings and events industry in a post-pandemic world. 

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