You can’t get through the day anymore without interacting with some form of technology. From phones to computers and even glasses that let you check your email, technology is ever changing and advancing to make our
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?
Ever wonder how some shows garner more and more attendees each year? It seems like such a feat to make a modest increase in attendance let alone a huge jump in attendees. So how do they do they do it?
Emily Viles was determined that her client’s 2017 event would be different. No more long lines at registration, no more disgruntled attendees, and no more overwhelmed staff.
Big Data is a big deal these days, but what does it have to do with event planning? As a show organizer, you can leverage your event’s big data - everything from attendee demographics to session attendance behavior
People travel from all over the country, and even the world, to attend your event. This can leave them with just one or two modes of transportation after they arrive. This limited transportation can be a reason
Airbnb began as a simple idea between roommates to make some extra money. Today, that simple idea has grown to over 3 million lodging listings with more than 160 million guests. Not resting on its laurels, Airbnb is
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