Event Design Yearbook 2022 / 2023


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ISBN: 978-3-89986-376-5

Language: German / English

Year of publication: 2022

Pages: 224

Cover: Softcover with flaps

Illustrations: 250 photos and plans

Dimensions: 9 × 12.2 in

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After over two years of COVID-19, there is now a bright light at the end of the tunnel: most events can take place again. New formats and digital approaches have become established and professionalised and the industry has gathered a wealth of valuable experience.

But despite the waning pandemic and the tangible delight about every event, the restart is not proving easy due to a lack of personnel and war along with many still unanswered questions surrounding digital and hybrid experiences.

Previous developments and many of the 45 projects in this edition show new approaches, but in some respects still no overall ideal answers. And that is quite alright – because we are in the middle of a learning process!

Katharina Stein is a specialist journalist and a connoisseur of the event design scene. In 2009 she founded eveosblog together with Henning Stein, one of the best-known and most widely read event blogs in Germany.

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