The Importance of a Good Online Ticketing System for Your Event
If you’re planning to host an event in 2018, it should go without saying that you need an online ticketing system – one that’s available on both mobile and desktop. Everything is digital. We now live in a world where everything is online, from our televisions to our homes to our cars. Faced with such a world, it’s imperative that your event management firm adjusts in kind – that it shifts from traditional ticket sales to an online, widely-accessible ticketing system.
Event Stories: Quality Conference Without Attendance Fee [Big Data Day LA]
Big Data Day LA or rather Data Con LA (as it has been rebranded recently) has been one of the biggest conferences of its kind in Southern California gathering over 1.5 thousand attendees. Speakers share their knowledge in various topics, mostly about Big Data, but the event evolves, broadening the main theme with newer technologies such as AI or Blockchain.
5 New York City Venues You Might Not Know
Have you ever wondered which city is the most commonly chosen for holding events? In its report, AMEX lists the top places around the world, so it’s worth to look a bit closer at them. Starting with New York City, where hundreds of millions of people come to attend events and do business annually, we have chosen some interesting venues – not necessarily the largest, but ones which have that spark.
“My advice? Start small. Focus on what’s doable” – an interview with the organizer of the Big Data Day LA conference
Big Data has been one of the hottest technology and business topics recently, but just a couple years ago, hardly anybody knew and perceived this term like today. When it became a buzzword in 2013, the first edition of Big Data Day LA appeared and gathered over 250 attendees. This number has grown about 6 times, now attracting over 1550 people and 2018 looks to break past records. The main organizer of the event Subash D’Souza shared with us the story about the beginning, organizing matters, and plans for the nearest future connected with this great technological event.
11 Event Theme Ideas to Get You Out of a Rut
Themed events are every planner’s groove breaker. Whether you set one up for a client, or within your organization, you create a fresh wave that guarantees to leave the participants with lasting memories. There’s plenty of ways you can go about creating a theme – props, lighting, costumes, it’s up to you how far you’re going to want to push it. The hardest part may be deciding on what theme to introduce, though. Stay with me as I list eleven event theme ideas that will get you out of a rut. Let’s go! Holding a themed event will not only create a novelty experience for its participants but also provide a much-needed change from the usual course of business for […]
How to make your sponsors pay for your event app
Quite often event organizers struggle with tight budgets and see getting an event app as a luxury they cannot afford. „This year we can’t make it, our budget has been approved and closed” or „We don’t have the budget for it this year” or „Maybe next year”. Any of those sound familiar? If you’re an event organizer you probably have said those things more than once in your life, and indeed those are perfectly understandable statements. However, in this post, We’ll try to present this issue from a bit different perspective.
Ideas for Corporate gift bags and swag bags
Giveaways, promotional products, corporate swag, gift bags, whichever name you choose they all stand for one and the same thing – free stuff given at events in order to promote the company (that’s why they usually come with a brand name on them).
7 Communication Mistakes We All Make
Communication skills are an important ability in all industries but there are companies where it is the core capability. For example, it is a crucial asset in the event organization business. You need to communicate effectively with your superior, team and clients on a daily basis.
Why Setting Goals Makes You A Better Eventprof
Setting goals can help your workload and eventprof career. Here are some expert tips to help you utilize them to your advantage. Organization is key in the fast-paced event industry and goals are an excellent tool to get what you want. Many people set goals or aims subconsciously when they want something when you write a to-do list or during event planning, you know you want it to be a success. This counts as a goal, but the main mistake that most eventprofs make is not honing the skill or deliberately holding themselves accountable to it. Setting goals can be incredibly rewarding if done properly, and here’s why.