Lessons in Digital Agility from the 2020 Democratic National Convention
Traditionally an in-person event, the 2020 Democratic National Convention drew a record-breaking audience: 122 million total viewers, and 35.5 million on digital platforms—all fully remote and virtual.
In this webinar, join the DNCC’s Chief Operating Officer, Andrew Binns, and Director of Digital Communications Hannah Flom to get their insight on how business leaders can embrace a digital-first mindset to achieve growth amidst the COVID-19 crisis and beyond.
Watch now to learn:
- How the DNCC pivoted 50+ in-person events to virtual in less than three months
- Practical tips for mitigating the security risk of virtual events
- Trusted technologies to power high-scale digital experiences
- Trends influencing the future of industry trade shows and events
Andrew Binns, Chief Operating Officer, 2020 Democratic National Convention Committee
A Boston native, Andrew Binns has worked in technology for the past 15 years conceptualizing, building, and managing technology projects for production companies, political and non-profit organizations, and special events around the world.
Binns most recently served as the CIO of the 2016 Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. Prior to that Binns led the implementation of cutting edge technological advances as the CIO of the 57th Presidential Inauguration in Washington DC. Binns currently works as CEO of the company he co-founded and specializes in integrating and utilizing new technologies for existing companies and building technology infrastructure for start-ups and major events.
Hannah Flom, Director of Digital Communications, 2020 Democratic National Convention Committee
Hannah Flom served as the Director of Digital Communications for the 2020 Democratic National Convention, where she directed the development and execution of a comprehensive digital strategy for the first-ever virtual convention. Before joining the convention team, she worked for Minnesota Governor Tim Walz, as the Digital Director in his Administration. She previously worked on electoral races in Minnesota and at political marketing firm Bully Pulpit Interactive. She graduated from George Washington University, with a degree in Political Communication.