What Could Go Wrong? Event Planners’ Mistakes
Are you planning or organizing an event? Why don’t you learn from the mistakes of others rather than your own? Organizing an event, especially a large one can be a challenging task. That’s why the event planners are extremely busy while trying to manage the whole process but completely absorbed in their work even the best professionals overlook some aspects.
Event Stories: Sharing Knowledge, Creating Community [Mobile Trends Conference]
Mobile Trends Conference is the biggest conference about trends in marketing, software, design, and management in the mobile industry in Central and Eastern Europe. Speakers share their knowledge in various topics, mostly about mobile techniques and technology.
8 Golden Rules for a Great Presentation
Most of us have experienced boring and discouraging presentations, with overcrowding text, garish colors, and tacky visuals. But there are a few simple rules that not only let you avoid the audience’s disappointment but also make your presentation inspiring, sightly, and memorable. Read these eight golden rules below and forget about concerns while giving a great slide show.
Hotel’s Key to Success: Create Experiences, Deliver Satisfaction
Specialists confirm that the hotel industry is going through a period of unprecedented, irreversible change and, following their predictions, it will look distinctly different in 2020 than it does today. Hotels are feeling the impact of a much deeper trend.
5 Essentials of Finding a Great Conference Speaker
Public speaking is dreaded by many. As Jerry Seinfeld once said, he’d prefer to be lying in the casket than doing the eulogy. It’s hard because it leaves us vulnerable. One’s personal image is being put at stake during a speaking performance. Now, whether you want to improve as a keynoter yourself, or wish to be able to invite better speakers to your events, this post is for you. Read on for five essential elements of a great conference speech.
How Trade Fairs Have Evolved Throughout The Years
When thinking about the evolution of trade fairs, one has to consider how long people have been doing business with each other. The exchange of goods and services has been fundamental to our civilization’s survival. The basic principle has stayed the same, although the offers and the context in which they’re presented have vastly evolved. From animal skins for food to expert knowledge for email addresses and consent to be contacted later on, here’s how trade fairs have evolved throughout the years.
Using AR, VR, and AI to Enhance Your Event
Augmented reality, virtual reality, and artificial intelligence are technologies many people will mostly associate with entertainment. This isn’t necessarily incorrect, however, the tech also has many practical, business applications. Various types of events these days have created a perfect platform for some experiential marketing. AR, VR, and AI seem to be the perfect fit with this strategy. Buckle up as we take a look at examples of the new tech usage at events.
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.
Email templates for event planers: Acquiring Sponsors
This post is the second part of our series „Email templates for event planners” in part one we have provided you with 6 different emails templates with invitations for your attendees. In this part we will focus on email templates you can use for communication with your potential sponsors.
Thanks to Apple Inc The New Era of event apps is finally here
Apple’s last decision has brought an end to dedicated (White Label) apps as we know them. Their new App Store guidelines read as follows: