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Resources for Event Organizers Affected by Coronavirus

As part of the efforts to contain the spread of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), numerous events across the globe have canceled or postponed. To help event organizers during this time of difficulty and uncertainty, industry and trade organizations have put together a variety of resources such as webinars and other guides, while event software companies also offer support and information.

This article will be updated weekly as the situation develops.

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Industry Organization & Other Resources


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Join our group on LinkedIn to let us know about additional resources or discuss how the coronavirus disease is affecting you.

The information provided in this post is for reference only. SPJA/Project Anime does not endorse any of these services nor does it receive any compensation in exchange for clicks or sign-ups.

Meg Tsuruda is the Assistant Marketing Manager at SPJA, the nonprofit organization responsible for Anime Expo, World Cosplay Summit USA, and Project Anime. She has been an anime fan ever since watching Sailor Moon at a young age, and Anime Expo has been a big part of her life ever since she first attended in 2004. She even used a program guide as a “yearbook” and had her friends sign it the summer before she moved to New York to attend Fordham University. After graduating and returning to California, she decided to volunteer at Anime Expo which led her to join SPJA in 2013. Tsuruda has played an integral role in establishing, growing, and managing SPJA’s brands. Her responsibilities include creative direction across all aspects of the organization including art, design, and merchandising. She also acts as the corporate spokesperson, making appearances in various Anime Expo videos, as well as on KTLA, CBS, and Associated Press.

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