8 & 9 December 2016 – Cœur Défense Join us to create and imagine the future of work on 8 and 9 December in Coeur Défense with an event bringing together more thant 2,000 decision makers and innovators. “Doing” will be the key word of Revolution@Work program, through an experiential journey and exclusives collaborative […]
Event sponsorship is an incredibly tough market in 2016 Corporate sponsors have smaller and smaller budgets for events. It is an expensive way to advertise and when held up against options like social media – many companies simply balk at the prospect of event sponsorship. The event sponsorship market is oversaturated and it can be […]
Artificially Intelligence personal assistant app are a breed of technology that are on the cusp of big things. I say on the cusp deliberately – most currently operate largely on the level of novelty rather than genuine functionality. This is even more true for event professionals or anyone trying to use these apps for work. The […]
Event Registration is the Bane of Most Event Organizer’s Lives It is probably the most important part of your event, when it comes down to it. You won’t have an event if nobody turns up. However, there are some easy ways to boost the number of people getting to your online event registration page and […]
While of course the major attraction of your event is the amazing line up of speakers and activities, who doesn’t love free stuff? Event goodie bags let you show you’ve gone the extra mile to make your attendees happy. When done well it also can provide some great longer term marketing opportunities. Good swag bag […]
What if I told you that 88% of the networking you’re doing is a waste of time? Because that’s the percentage of business cards that get thrown away after one week. Just one! All the effort you put into networking at events and making contacts and the vast majority is doing absolutely nothing for you. This […]
Halloween events tend to be where the most creative and outlandish ideas get the chance to flourish. Regardless of whether you’re a horror movie aficionado, a religious attendee of Rocky Horror Picture Show screenings or go in for a slightly more comedic approach to Halloween, there’s an event out there for everyone.
A good online community is an essential part of any event marketing strategy, but they’re one of the most difficult things to achieve. This blog aims to help you find what works and what doesn’t for your event and to build a thriving online community.