In this article, we’ll talk about the satisfaction surveys you usually launch after the event, reasons why attendees may decide not to complete them, and how to improve your surveys to get better feedback.
We’re all talking about logistics, planning, and attendee experience, yet we tend to forget about one of the most important challenges when running an event. Inclusivity is neither a trend nor a fad. On the contrary, it ensures an equal, nondiscriminatory attitude toward all attendees and celebrates our human diversity. So let’s take the time to talk about inclusivity at events.
What makes trade shows truly valuable for your attendees? Is it the possibility of visiting multiple stands and enjoying the brand experience different companies offer? Or maybe it’s the knowledge speakers share during panel sessions? Yes and yes, but it’s also about their networking experience.
Over these years, our sole obsession has been to build and provide the best event technology out there. Our mission was—and still is—to empower people, with or without an event planning background, to design and run impactful events and obtain their expected results.
Is your event truly sustainable? Are you measuring the impact your event has on the environment and your local community? Do you want to reduce the negative footprint your conference or trade show has? If you’re even a little concerned about sustainability, then this article is for you.
Interview with Clara Inés Ferrer Orozco, Fair Director, CAMACOL Antioquia
If there was an event planning complexity scale, trade shows would be on the top. With multilayered logistics and countless aspects to consider, this type of event can easily classify as one of most difficult to plan and run.
What’s it like to plan an event while blindfolded? Unthinkable, you’d say. True. But what if I told you that this is how you’ve been planning events all this time?