Digital Event Planning for Distributed 2019


About the Digital Event Planning template

Whether you’re planning a roundtable for three executives or a conference for 10,000 people, this template helps you stay organized and on top of everything.

What is a Digital Event Planning template?

The Digital Event Planning template is a set of tools, consisting of several canvases, used to help you plan all phases of an event, from planning to execution to wrap up. There are a lot of details that go into planning so this template is a guide to help you keep track of tasks, collaborate with your team in real-time, and have a high-level overview of everyone’s progress. 

The three stages of Digital Event Planning

Stage 1: Ideation and planning

Maintain an overview of planning and goals. For anyone who hasn’t been a part of the process from the beginning, this provides the context needed to understand how the different elements of the overall project come together. 

Stage 2: Launch and execution

Bring planning to life. You'll want to give everyone a dedicated space to track their tasks and deliverables. This will be the go-to place for up-to-date information, ensuring everyone has visibility into progress made at all times.

Stage 3: Post-event follow-ups

An event isn’t finished on launch day. Don’t forget to document the event and share the content with the world. Post-event follow-ups are also a good opportunity to get feedback from the stakeholders and attendees.


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Joanna Kim
Enterprise Events and Programs Manager @Miro
Joanna is in brand marketing and has planned field events, meetups, and virtual conferences. She is passionate about events and creating unforgettable experiences for attendees to connect with brands and products.
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