Time is one of the most important assets for those who plan events. But it’s not nearly as important as energy and mental stamina. Even if you have plenty of work hours ahead to finish the planning or logistic assignments, if you’re too tired, you won’t do much.
In this article, we look at whether the popular trend of gamification through mobile apps is dead or alive.
A well-designed event mobile app will create an engaging and memorable experience for attendees. In this article we take a look at the ways you can further engage event attendees right in the palm of their hands.
Are event mobile apps still relevant, considering that they’re potentiating the digital distraction we all suffer from? Let’s find out …
I recently attended a large conference for marketing professionals and was surprised to find out that they didn’t have a mobile app for attendees. The wireless internet access was limited and the agenda kept changing throughout the conference. As an attendee, it was frustrating to not have access to an app because we had to constantly check their website for any updates to the schedule.
If you don’t have the expertise or the necessary help, building an event website can be a real hassle. Fortunately, there are new tools you can use to create a beautiful page for your event in no time. Ready to upgrade? Then check out this article.
Teaser: In this blog post, we’ll discuss how to plan a luxury event of any size that attendees will remember forever.
Gary Vaynerchuk’s marketing trends are some of the most viewed content on the web. We've looked at some of his predicted trends for marketers in 2019 and analyzed how they can apply to B2B events.
Social media has become a popular tool for marketing events. It’s completely transformed the event marketing industry. This blog post will highlight how to use LinkedIn to market your events.
People are looking at their phones constantly. Whenever they walk, eat, go to bed, or attend events, the smartphone always seems to be in their hands. This keeps them from fully experiencing their immediate environment or engaging more with physical reality. Is this a problem for the events industry? This is the question we’ll be trying answer in this article.