Social Media Highlights from the FGIA Virtual Summer Conference
The first-ever FGIA Virtual Summer Conference went well, complete with excellent panel discussions and updates, many pertaining to how to handle the fallout of COVID-19. While the virtual nature of the event meant participants were not able to spend their usual time together in person, it didn’t mean they couldn’t still share and connect online. The virtual happy hours were a big hit with a variety of topics from marketing to technical and costumes to cocktails.
Here are some social media highlights from the conference, thanks to the event hashtag #FGIAconf.
FGIA Member and Silver sponsor Deceuninck tweeted a preview of the conference before it began.
Speaker Lisa Sterling tweeted about her presentation on how to manage remote workforces.
FGIA member Lisa Bergeron shared some fun photos from a costume-themed Zoom happy hour.
And the fun continues! My friend @jutras_robert wins the best costume at the meet up virtual Happy Hour yesterday @fgiaonline #fgiaconf! Let’s see what happens tonight! Go Bob! [view tweet]
— Lisa Bergeron (@Lisa_Bergeron) June 24, 2020
FGIA Marketing and Communications Director Angela Dickson tweeted about Nick Limb’s FGIA members only discussion about the new FGIA market study.
Looking forward to hearing what Nick Limb of @DuckerFrontier has learned about our industry's current state and forecasts as we navigate the pandemic. #FGIAconf [view tweet]
— Angela Dickson (@AngelaDDickson) June 23, 2020
Angela also shared a Facebook photo of her preparing to give the introduction to Nick’s session!
Little bit of a different set-up than normal for the FGIA market study update this year with a green screen and light kit.#FGIAconf #virtualevent [view Facebook post]
— Angela Dickson, June 25, 2020
FGIA Executive Director Janice Yglesias shared some industry media coverage of the conference, thanks to Door & Window Market.
Did you attend the Virtual Summer Conference? Share your feedback on the format and content in the comments below!