US: Attendify for Virtual Events, BeachLife Festival Rescheduled, and More

NATIONAL: ITA Group, a global corporate events and engagement company, has partnered with Eurofins, a worldwide leader in environmental health testing, to provide health risk mitigation services for in-person events throughout the United States. This partnership was created to allow clients the ability to conduct customized COVID-19 inspection and audit protocols for their event and attendee needs, along with following local and federal guidelines.

The Breast Cancer Research Foundation is hosting its first-ever Virtual Symposium and Awards Luncheon on Oct. 16 at 11 a.m. The event will be honoring and highlighting breast cancer experts and inspiring leaders. Purchase tickets or make a donation at BCRF's website. 

LOS ANGELES: The BeachLife Festival has been rescheduled for May 21-23, 2021. All tickets purchased for the 2020 festival will be honored for 2021. The artist lineup is still being finalized, but will include many of the same musical acts in addition to some new. Tickets will remain on-sale with possible price increases due to the implementation of health and safety measures. 

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NEW YORK: Fotografiska New York, a museum for photography and culture in the Flatiron District, will reopen to the public on July 29. The museum had opened in December 2019, but closed its doors in mid-March in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Admission to the museum will be on a timed entry basis in half-hour increments, with a 25 percent overall capacity. Special pricing will be in effect for the duration of 2020: $24 general admission and $14 for seniors, students, and military personnel. The museum will also offer free admission to first responders and frontline healthcare providers through 2020.

Humana presents Harlem EatUp! Festival's first-ever televised fundraiser, Harlem Serves Up!, airing on July 18 on ABC7 New York. The festival will include celebrity chefs, musical performances, and a look into local restaurants. Proceeds raised from the show will benefit Citymeals, World Central Kitchen, Harlem Park to Park, and Uptown Grand Central.

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SAN JOSE, CALIF.: Attendify, a self-service event applications and event data management tools provider, announced the launch of its newest platform, Attendify for Virtual Events. In conjunction with its mobile app, the platform aims to transform the in-person, virtual, and hybrid event experience with ease of use, customization, and engagement capabilities. 

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