In this article we will discuss how companies can learn more about their leads (needs, wants, motivations, burning pains) by planning events and engaging in conversations with their attendees, by analyzing attendance data, setting up a follow-up strategy after the event, etc.
[Guest post written by Shyamal Parikh, the Founder of SmartTask]
Knowing your audience is the main prerequisite for a thriving business. Buyer personas, ideal customers, and target groups are only few of the frameworks a company uses to profile potential prospects. In this article, we’ll discuss the ways in which you can define your attendee personas to achieve better results from your brand events.
In this blog post we will look at strategies your company can take to attract and convert new sales opportunities at your next trade show.
Planning events takes plenty of time and effort, and you can’t always evaluate the ROI correctly. So how can you be sure that someone decided to buy your product because of an experience she or he had during your event? If you want to excel and quantify your results, you need to utilize event marketing. In this article, we’ll discuss the ways in which you can align the events you run with your company’s business goals.
A new year brings new challenges and opportunities. With the start of 2020 just a few months away, event planners will be faced with a whole new realm of obstacles when planning events.
Planning an international conference abroad is a big task and calls for lots of advanced planning. Conferences aboard are exciting to plan because it presents opportunities to connect with new international business contacts. However, crossing borders involves a whole range of new obstacles that typically wouldn’t occur when planning a conference in your home country.
Speakers sell tickets. Want to sell out your upcoming conference? You’ll need an all-star line-up of presenters on your agenda. Here’s a step by step guide on how to find conference speakers.
The latest research study from PCMA and Steelcase reveals how to design an optimal corporate event. In this blog post, we look at a few of the insights from the report that can help business leaders organize both small and large corporate events.
[Guest post by PurplePatch]