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March 2016 – 5 Top Event Management Blog Posts
Event tech = engagement tech
Tom Vamos, MCI UK
In the world of conferences and events, the buzzword ‘engagement’ is bandied around more than ever before. “We must engage our delegates”, “Our delegates must be engaged”, “How do we engage millennials?” etc
How To Avoid Working with Lousy Event Vendors
Holly Barker. Event Manager Blog
It’s the event manager’s job to ensure every vendor contracted for an event is capable to get the job done – not only complete the job, but most importantly to get it done on time, within budget and have a backup plan in case issues arise. Here’s how to find the best vendors in the events space.
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5 tips for choosing conference gifts attendees will love!
Alisha Bainbridge, UNB Conference Services
When selecting your awesome giveaways thanking attendees for taking time out of their busy lives to take part in your event, it is important to be thoughtful, sensible and creative!
How to make a good first impression
Shaun Varga, Event Magazine
Shaun Varga, chairman and creative director at consultancy Ingenuity, discusses the importance of making a good first impression. It’s statistically likely that your agency has been excluded from a pitch process or short list, without realising you were on it in the first place. This is how it happens.
How to make a dry subject captivating
Ben Cole, Conference News
Ben believe there is no such thing as a dry subject – any content can be made to be exciting, dynamic, and memorable – it’s all about how you go about delivering it to your audience that makes the difference.
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