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3 Online Strategies to Boost Your Event Attendance

Whatever kind of event you are hosting, you need people to attend. This is especially true when the event is open, meaning that you don’t need an invitation to attend, you just need to either buy a ticket or RSVP (depending on the type of event that you are ...

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5 Tips to Help You Market Your Event

Event marketing is one of the most popular traditional marketing methods for many reasons. Not only does it give businesses the chance to meet potential clients face to face but it also gives businesses an opportunity to get more exposure. The problem some businesses have is that they don’t ...

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Food trends for events - local, healthy and experiential

Chicken dinners and cheesecake are unfashionable, especially in event world. Meeting and event planners are now at the forefront of food and beverage trends, providing event attendees with unique gastronomical experiences. Today we share some of the top food and beverage trends shared by planners, venues and caterers around the ...

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Building an Event Budget: The Basics

Putting together a successful event for your company tends to be a rather large undertaking, especially if the event you are organizing is a large one. One of the most important steps in the process - and the one that should be the very first step - is to build an event ...

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How to Turn Your Small Business Event into a Big Success

Business events are an inseparable part of success, especially for start-ups and small businesses. Whether it is a product launch, a conference, or a general event designed to help your business connect with the media or stakeholders, a well-crafted business event often leads to many new opportunities. Careful planning and ...

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Trending event swag

Be on the cutting edge and make a splash at your next trade show or conference with these trending promotional products. DRINKWARE GAINS VALUE The hottest items of the past year believe it or not, have been water bottles. But, not the inexpensive ones! Best sellers are water bottles that ...

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10 plus books every meeting planner needs to read

As we speak with meeting and event professionals for our Interviews with Planners series, we continue to be amazed by the variety of books that help these talented professionals in their jobs as planners. See what other meeting planners read to help them excel in their careers. A must read ...

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How to Protect Sensitive Company and Conference Data

Computer applications and apps can be reinstalled. Unfortunately, unique data cannot be replaced. For this reason, the safekeeping of your data is one of the most important services a company should offer their clients and customers. Read our top tips on how to protect your sensitive corporate and event data ...

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5 Steps to Get Sponsorship for Your Events

Unless you are a Fortune 500 company, you probably don’t have the budget for a high-scale event. This means you will need sponsors on your side. Of course, getting a sponsor is easier said than done. Why will another company, after all, choose to sponsor your event when they ...

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Top tips for planning your event security

Meeting and event professionals are very much aware of the security challenges generated by bringing people together. They plan for accidents, venue problems, protesters, weather related issues, and much more. In recent days, we have been confronted once again by televised images of terror being inflicted on participants at events ...

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The best and worst trends in the event industry

We asked meeting and event planners to share their thoughts on the best new trends, and the worst trends of the year. They share excellent thoughts on the ever-evolving tools, styles and activities planners employ. BEST Sarah Sebastian with Rose Gold Collective loves the trend of using unique venue spaces ...

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