Many companies use exhibiting at trade shows and events as a large part of their marketing and sales efforts. With the cost of exhibiting being so high, it is critical to use the time and money spent to exhibit
Attendees wear badges from the start of your conference to the end, being seen by just about everyone. So why not earn a little extra revenue from this visibility?
With so many tools available, deciding where and how to market your event can be daunting. Which channels will see the most return? What tactics will bring in the most new registrations?
Budgeting is a pretty normal part of our lives. We have budgets for just about everything: Saving for a house, grocery shopping, planning a vacation, wedding planning, and the list goes on! If you’re an event
Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), more commonly known as drones, can be used for just about everything these days. From military operations to Amazon deliveries, and now even sold for entertainment use in your
Case Study: Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company (NMLI) Holding 9 major meetings a year ranging in size from 150-15,000 attendees, NMLI had an ongoing staff burden to manage registration and print badges
Is your association getting ready for a big event right now? Head on over to your event team’s desks. I’ll wait. You there? Ok – see the crazed look in their eyes? The un-brushed hair and seven o’clock (yes, seven)
Good friends know you by name. They know your favorite color and how you take your coffee. It’s a personal relationship that’s special and meaningful – and one that savvy event professionals are working to cultivate
Measuring event success is an important step which shouldn't be overlooked. Measuring success ensures you’re delivering on expectations for all of your key stakeholders: attendees, exhibitors, speakers and more.
Case Study: The Association of American Law Schools (AALS) Each year, between 2,500 and 3,500 individuals attend the Association of American Law Schools (AALS) Annual Meeting and badges must be provided for each