If you could improve your event turnout and easily become the talk of the town with one small product, would you buy it? What if that product could also get you better data about both your customers and their purchasing habits, help you to track popular event features, and seamlessly… Read More
Your guests have arrived and come on empty stomachs just for the occasion. The choices you’re providing look good enough to eat, no pun intended. The prices make things look even more appetizing. However, with each passing minutes people are still planted in lines with their stomachs becoming impatient. After… Read More
It's spring time a good and bad time of the year for event planners. The weather is nice enough for a beautiful outdoor event but at the same time pollen is kicking up and allergy season is upon us. With over 50 million people in the US affected by hay… Read More
When it comes to creative marketing you really have to think outside the box and go guerilla. The benefit in thinking creatively is that you can side step competition and use methods that are untapped. The laws of supply and demand can really work against you particularly when located in… Read More
The current generation of consumers has admitted, many times, to wanting to be actively engaged in whatever they’re doing or attending instead of acting as “passive consumers.” The difference between the two is that an actively engaged participant has a role - something to do before or during the event… Read More
As we all know content is "king" or "queen" :) in the day and age of social media, blogging and content blitzing. As with most events it's all about producing the biggest bang for the buck when you don't have unlimited funds. One of the most effective ways to pull… Read More
It’s a new year, and event organizers need to find new and better ways to market their events in 2019. With changing social media usage and a new generation of consumers, keeping up with the top event marketing strategies that will actually work can be difficult. That’s why we’re breaking… Read More
There are over 28 million entrepreneurs in the US and many of you experience event organizers may be ready to break out on your own. This could be in the form of freelancing or creating your own company to manage everything from soup to nuts. The leap from employee to… Read More
Planning an event takes so much work that sometimes it’s easy to forget about what may be the most important part: marketing the event. After all, no matter how stellar the speakers, activities, or headliners are, a show with few attendees will still be a bust. Marketing can feel overwhelming,… Read More
As the old saying goes when everyone else Zigs you Zag! Following the herd will rarely get you ahead of the pack. Particularly when it comes to the ultra competitive and busy space of planning and hosting events. In this post we're going to outline 2 of the most overlooked… Read More
In order to plan an event, you need to establish dates and alternate dates, budgeting, choosing and reserving venue location, obtaining permits and coordinating transportation and parking, along with event registration procedures and systems. Some other tasks of event planning, depending on your type of event, may include interior design,… Read More