A Comparision Between Online And In Person Events

Connor Hatziyannis


Connor Hatziyannis (he/him) was born and raised in Washington D.C., USA. Connor is in his 4th year of Professional Communication and is minoring in Public Relations.

Following graduation, he plans to pursue a career in marketing and digital communications and social media management, within the entertainment and creative industries within the US, Canada, and beyond.

In his free time, you can find him playing guitar, listening to the latest Harry Styles song, and browsing used bookstores.

Research Summary

The goal of this study is to gather and analyze the experiences of consumers attending events, both online and in person, comparing their levels of enjoyment and their willingness to attend more events. The researched aimed to look at factors that impacted their enjoyment, such as COVID-19 safety precautions, accessibility issues, and more. Through qualitative and quantitative data collection, the study accomplishes these goals.


zoom; online events; pandemic entertainment; concerts

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