December, 2019

9 Ways to Make Absolutely Everyone Feel Welcome at Your Event

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From #metoo to white supremacy, the lens on diversity issues is bright these days. It’s a good time to be an advocate for equality and fairness for all people. Within the world of events, you can take a stand and cultivate a culture of inclusivity.

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Preparing for CCPA: What’s on the Horizon for Marketing Consent?

atEvent

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) fast approaching. Here's what digital marketers need to know about this latest privacy law. Marketing Consent

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8 Event Website Tips to Increase Registrations

Attendease

Event websites continue to be an extremely powerful marketing tool for promoting your upcoming events. They provide potential attendees with detailed information about the event, educating and entertaining them on the way. More importantly, they get attendees to sign up for events.

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30 Creative Event Promotion Ideas to Increase Attendance

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Need fresh event promotion ideas? Here are 20 creative marketing strategies to boost awareness and build hype around your event. Resources and Tools Ambassadors Boostable Email Facebook Ideas Influencers Instagram Livestreaming Retargeting Ads SEO Social Ads ToneDen Youtube

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A Practical Guide to Measuring Event Success

Can you measure event ROI? 3 in 5 marketers can't. Learn how with this free ROI model.

How to Turn Around Your Sponsorship Revenue

Velvet Chainsaw

If your conference is like most, sponsorship revenue is underperforming.

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How To Keep Your Attendees Waiting in Line Happy

ePly

Waiting in lines. We all know that if the line is moving at a slow pace, it’s probably a painful experience for your attendees. Sometimes, lines are just inevitable and therefore, not a thrilling experience. What if we said you could help make it an enjoyable one? conference event app event planner

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The 3 Attendee Questions: What They Want to Know About Each Other

Endless Events

Everybody gather ’round because we’re talking attendee questions that matter! So, when you’re putting an event together, what is the most important thing on your mind? Who are you doing this for? And who will ultimately decide the success of your event?

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12 Imaginative Events from AdWeek

Bizzabo

Learn how AdWeek, creator of one of the most popular advertising trade publications in the world, uses events to supercharge its content strategy. AdWeek is the second-largest advertising trade publication in existence.

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How to Stay Motivated When You’re Stuck in a Rut

Event Planning BluePrint

Have you ever felt totally motivated to do something then suddenly that motivation is gone? Or you feel like you’re falling behind because you haven’t achieved something that you told people in your life you’re going to accomplish by the end of the year (or month or quarter).

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Effortlessly Interact with an Entire Audience from Any Location

1,000 Participants. 75 Locations. 1 Solution.

How to on-board a top-notch events team

Eventtia

To organize a successful event, you need to enlist a dream team of events experts who are willing to invest their time and expertise in helping manage an event. Whether you're planning a small meeting or large scale event, these experts can get the job done to create an excellent attendee experience.

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Why Managing Your Events Data Requires More Than Just a Spreadsheet

Eventtia

Events have been going on for a very long time, so long in fact that they completely eclipsed the software that has been built for them. This is why so many event planners and marketing departments as a whole continue to use an array of different tools to manage their events data.

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2020 Event Trends Shaping Attendee Experience

Guidebook

Every year, we see innovation and development within the events industry. In order to succeed in this exciting and dynamic industry, it’s important for organizers to keep their fingers on the pulse of attendees’ expectations and make adjustments to meet them. .

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Why you should hire curious people

Conferences that Work

Why should you hire curious people? Because the future of work belongs to the neo-generalist. And neo-generalists are intensely curious. Here’s Harold Jarche, explaining the importance of generalists: Wicked problems need neo-generalists. Neo-generalists defy common understanding.

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12 Signs You’re a Born Event Planner

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You like your job. It’s fine. Really! But sometimes, you suspect that your true skills are being underutilized. Have you ever considered becoming an event planner? If the following list of twelve signs feels familiar, it might be your calling.

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Sponsorship Needs to Be More Than Banners and Clings

Velvet Chainsaw

Sponsorship is the most powerful form of marketing. When done well, it can change participants’ attitudes and behaviors about a brand. Banners, ads, signs and enhanced listings shouldn’t be lumped into the same category — they don’t make that emotional connection.

How sustainable was COP 25 Madrid

Gallus Events

The UN Climate Conference took place in Madrid in Dec 2019. I decided to travel down from Barcelona to find out how sustainable was COP 25? . It is no surprise that yet again, we have another climate gathering that we can list as a missed opportunity.

Business Events Still Produce Lots of Paper Waste

GEVME

Sustainability is a key trend at business events these days. We see venues, organisers and suppliers going at length to reduce the carbon footprint of events. . Venues are implementing adequate waste management policy and recycling different waste streams.

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Swapcard 2019 Skyrocketing Year In Review

Event Age by Swapcard

It’s been an exciting year for our team at Swapcard. Event Tech

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Give meeting-goers many options!

Conferences that Work

Today’s meetings need to give meeting-goers many options, not just a few. But this doesn’t mean filling the conference program with every conceivable session topic. To be enjoyable and productive, meetings need white space : free time for attendees to do what they want and need to do.

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5 Ways to Build a Diverse Event Team

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You want to create an event that no one will feel excluded from, so you actively market your event to all types of people. Your lineup is carefully curated to feature a diverse set of talents. And your venue is entirely ADA compliant.

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What you need to know before building an app for your event

Attendease

Event apps have become extremely popular: more and more organizations are investing in these apps because they create a better event experience by making it easier to manage event updates and communication for attendees.

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10 Blue Event Decor Ideas Inspired by Pantone’s Color of the Year for 2020

BizBash

Here’s how to incorporate Classic Blue into your events in the new year

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Top 9 Productivity Apps & Templates for Event Managers

GEVME

As time goes by, event managers deal with more complex tasks. They need to finish everything on time, especially when working in teams. There’s so much to be done and organized and so little time to do it while the amount of pressure just keeps rising.

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The First 5G Augmented Reality Event Just Happened. What do we need to know?

EventMB

Verizon announced with great pomp the first augmented reality (AR) 5G live concert in collaboration with The Chainsmokers. Here is what you need to know about it and what it means for your event. I was checking my Twitter feed a few days ago when I stumbled into this tweet from Verizon.

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How to facilitate a community discussion using fishbowl

Conferences that Work

What’s the best way to facilitate a community discussion? Recently, I had to answer that question at short notice. My task: design and facilitate a two-hour community discussion in response to a bombshell announcement made by the largest employer in my tiny rural hometown of Marlboro, Vermont.

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Venue Ideas: Choosing the Best Event Location

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This is a guest post by Bobby Lin, the founder of Valoso, a global video production and digital marketing platform for event organizers. Valoso has partnered with events such as conferences, tradeshows, showcases and internal training events.

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6 Event Management Shortcuts Every Corporate Event Planner Should Know

Attendease

A corporate event marketer’s purview often includes a wide spectrum of events across the enterprise, with assorted attendee profiles, scale and objectives.

Physical Education: See Inside Barry’s Bootcamp's College-Theme Party

BizBash

The fitness brand’s event included a locker room, quad, library, beer pong, and fun surprises

Some Thoughts on the State of Business Events (2020)

GEVME

Veemal Gungadin, the co-founder and CEO of GEVME, shares his thoughts and insights on the state of business events. Read more on where we are at right now, what challenges we can expect in the upcoming year, and what will always remain true even for the years ahead. .

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Why Tech Giants Don’t Understand Events and How it Will Hurt them Deep

EventMB

Younger generations love to use social networks at events. Social networks are in denial with subpar event products that do not gauge the power of live experiences. Are events and live interactions the future of social networks? Marketers are investing more than events in live experiences.

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The first hill is the hardest

Conferences that Work

At the age of 67, after returning from a meditation retreat , I started running daily for the first time in my life. And I soon learned that the first hill is the hardest. Beginnings. It was summer, and I had no idea what I could do. So I began by exploring without expectations.

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How to Write a Speaker Bio That Will Attract Attendees

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If speakers contribute to the draw of your event, then their bios are essential components of your promotion. Fact is, it’s not enough to simply include educational and background information and point people toward your speaker’s latest projects.