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May 2015 – 5 Top Event Management Blog Posts
The 5 social media do’s and don’ts for event planners
Joshua Needle, Special Events
With #hashtags and selfies taking over, it’s clear that social media is the most powerful form of marketing and market research today. Establishing a sound foundation for your social media platform is not only highly beneficial but also a necessity in today’s modern business world.
6 Easy Ways to Increase Attendee Interaction
Kelli White, Event Manager Blog
As an event planner you thrive on seeing your guests connect with other attendees and engage in the content or experience being presented. You would love for every attendee to leave your event saying “That was an amazing experience! I am so happy I attended and I met so many wonderful new people.”… but as we all know, that isn’t always the case.
5 Event Planner Clichés That Are No Longer True
Bethany Smith, Event Manager Blog
The event planning industry has come a long way from the binder toting days of the 80’s. New and superior technology, along with the cultural and economic changes of the last 2 decades have streamlined and revamped the way events are planned and experienced.
Want To Help Your Attendees? Stop Calling It Networking!
Sarah Michel, Velvet Chainsaw
Attendees value the connections they make at your conference. It’s one of their most treasured intangible benefits of attendance. They come to your event looking for their people. They meet many of your attendees at receptions, meals, sessions and in the hallways. Unfortunately, many of those introductions are nothing more than empty interactions.
The Future of Event Design: What Will Live Experiences Look Like in the Next Few Years?
Michele Laufik, BizBash
Technology alone has been the driving force behind some of the most dramatic changes the industry has seen since BizBash started in 2000. But what’s next for events and meetings?
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