5 Activities Event Planner Should Do To Improve At Work
Have you ever wondered how your everyday life affects your job performance? Or what are the habits that make the event planner successful? Even if you are an experienced event prof with huge knowledge and great results you can still improve at work by not job-related activities.
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.
Facebook Local vs Event App – Which is Best for Your Event?
Facebook Local is a relatively new tool that’s getting more and more hype recently. That’s because the Local is, in fact, Facebook’s events feature, but in a form of a stand-alone app. We took a closer look at this social media giant’s product from the event planner’s point of view, checking what opportunities it brings to the event industry and who is able to take the full advantage of it.
5 London Venues Worth Considering for Your Next Event
London, the capital of England and the United Kingdom, is a city with a fascinating history and architecture. London is also the country’s event industry heartbeat with countless meetings, trade shows and conferences taking place every day in the city. The choice of venues to hold the event it is really hard due to the wide range of offered spaces. We’ve listed some of them – venues that can cater to many kinds of events with state of the art.
How AI Can Improve The Experience at Conferences
We’re living in times when people expect personalized solutions and tailor-made offers. Mass produce is scoffed upon. Customers wish to be addressed individually. Despite its essential broad reach capabilities, the Internet allows businesses to do just that – precisely target their prospects with personalized communication. In exchange for access to some of our personal details, we get valuable business opportunities. Learn how AI is taking conference networking to the next level.
5 Event Signage Used During The Avengers Premiere
Organizing an event requires a lot of coordination such as accommodation, transportation, catering, signage, special needs requirements, and event security. Each of these components involves its own sets of challenges.
Creative Ways to Use an Event App
Watching creativity and ingenuity at work is a thing of beauty. Coming up with new ways to use existing tools is a trait reserved to particularly gifted humans. Our conference app has a set of defined features and best-suited target audiences, however, our clients keep surprising us with new applications of the software. For people only just learning about our product, it may be worth it to examine some of its actual features, as well as potential uses.
Event Security Checklist: How to Avoid the Risks
While planning an event every planner focuses on marketing, promotion, venue and ways to get the highest possible attendance rate. Of course, these are crucial parts of the event organizing, but there is one matter that should always be a priority: security. And that area is so complex that you might overlook some important details without a comprehensive event security checklist.
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.