Free vs Paid Events

Gen 20, 2017 Commenti disabilitati su Free vs Paid Events

Free vs. paid events is an ongoing debate in our industry. For example, TED and the Web Summit are very expensive events and content is available online for free, often live streamed, both by event organisers and attendees. The audience is still ready to pay the price tag to be there and mingle with other […]

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Tips on working with an event photographer

Gen 18, 2017 Commenti disabilitati su Tips on working with an event photographer

An investment in great photos just keeps on giving. Photography that successfully tells the story—and captures the emotions of an event—pays dividends for years on end, in everything from printed collateral to social media to future promotions and presentations. But good images come from more than just a photographer’s artistic eye, technical skill, and instinct […]

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The 3 New Rules of Event Technology

Gen 16, 2017 Commenti disabilitati su The 3 New Rules of Event Technology

During the first era of event tech innovation – the late 1990s and early 2000s – the events industry saw massive improvements in specialized, computer-based software for event management/planning and hotel/venue management. During this era, we also saw the first online event software applications for things like event registration/ticketing and event marketing. So what makes […]

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How to prepare for these 4 common speaker hiccups

Gen 13, 2017 Commenti disabilitati su How to prepare for these 4 common speaker hiccups

No matter how ready you think you are, rest assured at your next meeting or conference, there will be a few blips along the way. Here are four common speaker-related challenges that can pop up just when you think it’s smooth sailing—and here’s how to be ready for them: The presentation pitfall Yes, sometimes, laptops […]

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