Case study: Non-profit

Virtual Events for the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy

The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy is a non-profit private operating foundation that seeks to improve quality of life through the effective use, taxation, and stewardship of land.

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Event goals

  • Host a variety of virtual events including a holiday party, multiple happy hours, and professional networking lunches

  • Invite guests from a variety of organizations to network and scenario plan to reduce the impacts of climate change during a two day consortium event

  • Adjust event features and settings to accomodate each event's needs

Frameable Events experience

  • Designed multiple events with Lounge tables using curated conversation starters for happy hours and networking topics for professional events

  • Used Frameable Events' event chat, word games, and jigsaw puzzle games to engage attendees throughout happy hour events

  • Granted both hosts and attendees the ability to make Frameable Events announcements during the two day Consortium for Scenario Planning Networking event, allowing them to address the event with a live video announcement

  • Enabled multiple login options allowing guests to sign into the event via Google, Microsoft, Linkedin, or email

Kate Austermiller

Senior Events Manager, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy

Kate Austermiller

In large virtual meetings, I was finding people were not speaking up or participating because of the number of people online. [Frameable Events] has provided the much-needed smaller group conversations that make event participants feel connected with one another.

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