Making an Impact With Post-Event Content
Post-event content is a crucial, yet overlooked part of event planning. Many organizers will consider their job to be done as soon as the last participant leaves the venue. In actuality, that moment is when the next event promotion starts. The content you produce after your show is over can take up many different forms. Even the simplest of them, like a blog post recap, will provide a nice closure to the conference. Read on to learn how to make an impact with your post-event content.
4 Cool Beacon Use Cases to Inspire Your Next Event
Bluetooth low energy beacons are relatively new devices with the technology facilitating their development being released in 2010. Since then, they’ve proved to be useful in a variety of contexts, including retail, events, restaurants, museums and galleries, healthcare, logistics, and many others.
Instagram For Event planners – banned hashtags 2018
In a world dominated by technology and social media it can be hard to pull people away from their screens and engage them during events. That’s why an event application is so eagerly used and brings a lot of benefits not only for the participants themselves but also for the organizers.
How Should I Name My Event? 8 Useful Tips
Have you ever been in a situation when you have to name a dog or maybe you were freaking out while choosing a name for your first child? When it comes to naming something we really care about – the things seem to us impossible and the pressure is really high. I guess the same is for event planners. After all, branding is a huge factor in the success of your event. Guidelines below help you get through this process.