Event management. It’s a phrase that gets thrown around a lot, but beyond the literal meaning of just managing events, what exactly does it entail? And more significantly, how can it be used in events?
Are you wanting to keep your audience up to date on the several events you run each year? Or would you like to increase traffic to your event landing page?
Do you often find yourself scrambling to collect whatever feedback you can once you’ve finished planning and hosting a virtual event? If you answered “yes” then take heart, because you aren’t alone. It can be tempting to put your feet up and relax after an even when, in fact, there’s post-event strategy and work to […]
Live events, meetings, and shows have one thing in common: everyone at the event has to get paid. That means the event coordinator, the executive, and everyone else who makes your live event get past the planning stages needs a reliable way to earn a paycheck.
Remember how live events used to be packed full of experiential activities? Well, so too can online events.
For any given event, collecting data is integral. It helps you know how successful an event was, giving you a clear idea of the turnout, as well as the earned return on investment; after all, events aren’t free.
The past few months have been a rollercoaster for professionals across the globe. There was a sudden surge in online conferences and webinars given the unfavorable situations for hosting a live in-person event.
Creating a hybrid event plan in 2020 is an essential process—the way events are delivered now has changed dramatically, and companies need to adapt.
With a growing user base of 2 billion logged-in users per month and the home of the second-largest search engine in the world, it’s easy to see why YouTube Live is such a popular platform for live streaming virtual events.
Companies of all sizes have hosted in-person events for decades to share their vision and announce exciting news. But with the ongoing pandemic, more companies are opting to host virtual events.