The pandemic has wreaked havoc on the event industry. However, some sites were very lucky - the period of self-isolation brought profit and popularity. Each of us wanted to have fun sitting in quarantine. Skillful employees and strategists have thought of an action plan and received user approval.
The capital became a pandemic in the country - the strictest controls were introduced. The inhabitants of the city wanted to return to their usual rhythm of life, but it was very difficult. The ban on being outside the home greatly embarrassed people.
A number of online events took place in the Moscow region. Such entertainments helped those suspended from work to keep themselves busy. Various courses pushed those who stayed too long to self-development.
During the representative organization, the festival-related organization has conducted more than eighty culinary master classes and courses related to creative activities.
Many Muscovites have switched to distance learning using the Zoom application. The ease of use has helped the program develop and become popular in the city.
Another metropolitan project. Online excursions around Moscow took place here. The artists also read on the air excerpts of stories or novellas describing Moscow.
There were no parades or processions on May 9, 2020. The height of the epidemic prevented Muscovites from honoring the memory of their great-grandfathers. For this, this project was created. Everyone could have photos of their ancestors on the site.
Pandemic and event industry.
The capital has almost returned to its usual rhythm of life. Nevertheless, city residents continue to use apps that make their lives more comfortable and safer. Messengers with good video call quality are still in demand. People are less likely to leave for remote work, but continue to watch courses and webinars on social networks.
The above services and entertainment can be used even now - it will protect you and your loved ones. The events remain relevant to this day, because the coronavirus infection is not over yet.