Connected for work. Connected for communication. Connected for entertainment. Connected for events. That’s how the world looked in 2020, and that’s probably it will look in 2021. Staring at the screens of our PCs, MacBooks, and smartphones has become the new normal.
From the first hours of the morning until late at night, we’re connected to the digital world, talking to other people, writing new pieces of content, researching, setting up new marketing campaigns, and attending events ... a lot of events.
With a renewed and rich offer from companies, brands, and professionals, it’s as if we’ve created and connected to a Netflix of online events. Just take a look at OnZoom, a virtual event marketplace where events can be hosted. Let’s add the Airbnb online experience to the list, along with the new professional events you can attend from the comfort of your office or home.
And although we’re not sure how the online events market will develop and evolve, we can certainly say that this tendency generated a new phenomenon called online event fatigue. Yes, that’s a legit term. If you don’t believe us, check out this Forbes article. ...