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Planners of hybrid events stay ready to pivot


Most large conferences are on hold until summer 2021 or later, but some groups are forging ahead with smaller gatherings or hybrid events with in-person and digital components. They say it’s essential to their mission to bring people together for face-to-face meetings, even in a pandemic.

But they must be prepared to rewrite the playbook days ahead of their meetings. Scores of events originally planned with both virtual and in-person components have since gone virtual. 

The Indiana State Bar Association plans to hold a hybrid annual meeting Oct. 7-9 in Indianapolis, capping in-person attendance at 70 or 80 people.