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Angela Lopera On The Re-emergence Of Corporate Events 2021

 

InProduction's Angela Lopera joined us on the podcast to discuss the exciting emergence of corporate events and how these types of events will look a bit different, taking social distancing and safety measures into account.

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InProduction Podcast Dawn Carry

InProduction's Dawn Carry talks all things temporary and permanent bleachers and specifically how they have been used by the New York City Parks Department as well as other parks departments across the country, to allow those in their community to socialize in a socially distanced and safe way during COVID-19. With spring and summer on the horizon, Dawn talks about how her clients are utilizing bleachers for the outdoor events they are planning for the warmer months.

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Jim McGlynn on Modular Stadiums

Jim McGlynn from InProduction is excited about the expanding need and endless possibilities around Modular Stadiums. The possibilities for stadium expansion and new approaches leaves numerous options for the growth of sports teams and leagues around the country, and the world. It’s an exciting time. Think Olympic Stadiums that go from city to city every four years instead of cities spending billions to put permanent structures that are obsolete after the Olympics have left town. Makes you think!

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Tami Lacertosa Talks Seating at Events After COVID-19

InProduction's Tami Lacertosa talks to us about seating and what seating at events might look like over the next several months, and how our flexible seating options can be designed to meet your needs as well as official guidelines. We love hearing about our teams being back onsite!

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InProduction’s Jim McGlynn Speaks to InProduction and 2021

We recently had InProduction's own Jim McGlynn on our podcast to discuss how we as a company handled COVID-19, the impact it had on our business and the live events industry as a whole, the social distancing measures we created, the safety measures we took, and how and when we expect to get back onsite in 2021.

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OnSite COVID-19 Safety Protocol for InProduction

Robert Erickson, who leads the safety team at InProduction, and got certified in COVID safety protocols, walks through the systems now in place at InProduction to ensure the safety of our team, your team and those onsite for set up and break down of events. You might find some ideas as you set up and evaluate your own measures.

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InProduction Podcast with Bill Hager

With decades of experience in the events industry under his belt, InProduction's Bill Hager joins our podcast this week to share his experience working with clients during COVID-19 and his predictions for the next 1-2 years, sharing a few anecdotes along the way.

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Cameron Pulliam on the Expansion of the USL & Soccer 

Cameron Pulliam, leading InProduction’s sales team, speaks to us about the expansion of the USL, the soccer league that has grown leaps and bounds over the past few years, partially because they have been able to get stadiums up and rolling in months, rather than years and billions of dollars. And, it is full speed ahead for building stadiums for the future, as the soccer community looks beyond the temporary shut down of events onsite. It’s an exciting time for soccer and explosion of its popularity in America.

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Get Back Onsite with Tom Spital

As part of our work to provide information, conversation and solutions to the event industry, InProduction has sponsored a series of conversations with industry leaders around what they see for future events.

We launch the series chatting with event industry veteran, Tom Spital, who for the last 25 years has concentrated on corporate events, serving as producer, technical director and stage manager for a myriad of projects, both domestic and international. When the pandemic hit, Tom saw a need to figure out how we can all safely, begin to do live events again. He read voraciously about all the new compliance protocols and began to get compliance specific training.  Tom then took all this data and knowledge and started a new company, Get Back Onsite.

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