Event professionals face major challenges every day when planning each detail of a successful event so it’s no wonder that stress levels can be heightened.
Creating an unforgettable attendee experience is a key factor to having a successful event. The attendee experience is more than just if they enjoyed the keynote speaker or how much fun they had at the closing
Facebook’s Oculus has launched a new “Venues” app allowing users to attend an event from anywhere using virtual reality technology.
Event websites are meant to give users general information, educate them about the event and its purpose, and peak the curiosity and interests of potential attendees. A great event website will do all of that and
Airbnb has launched a new feature that will help make finding housing accommodations for your event attendees even easier.
Wearable beacon technology is a new trend being used at events to track attendees and increase attendee engagement. Wearable beacons are small proximity beacons that can be attached to the attendees’ lanyard.
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Show organizers are always looking to create an event that is exciting for attendees and provides them with meaningful experiences. Attendee engagement and interaction is a key element to delivering these
Event analytics are a crucial way for event organizers to look at multiple aspects of their event using all types of data and assess the health of their meeting. The ability to collect valuable data from attendees is
The countdown to the new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is on and the new policies are going into effect on May 25th, 2018. In case you missed our recent blog post on what GDPR is and some tips on how