Even though most events are now going virtual, designing events for introverts still remains a relevant topic. And arguably, it becomes even more important. It's a matter of fact that virtual events make the experience more accessible to a larger number of people. For those who can't travel due to disability, for those who are all the way across the world and, in this case, for introverts. Plus, another thing to keep in mind is the fact that in-person events will come back eventually. And when that time comes, we as planners can't forget about all of these people. So discussing the best practices involved in designing events for introverts is not only pertinent but also necessary, Which is why we're dedicating this week's #EventIcons to the topic! Joining our incredible host Alex Plaxen is the wonderful Leanne Calderwood. Leanne is a self-proclaimed introvert and an icon of the events industry. In fact, she's meeting planners' go-to expert in Canadian hotel site selection, helping hotel sales connect better with planners. And today, the two of them will debate how planners can go about designing events for introverts so that people on this spectrum can enjoy and be a part of the experience just as much as any extrovert would. So grab on to your seats and press play - it's about to get iconic up in here! Events for introverts? Try going virtual! Download our free virtual event planning checklist today and learn what you have to do every step of the way to create an unforgettable experience for tour attendees. And if you’re looking for the best virtual event production company out there, chat with us! The Endless team is here to help. Make sure you join us again next week for another iconic episode. In case you’re interested in extra virtual event content, click here to learn more while you wait for another #EventIcons!