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What Do You Know About Event UI?
Do you even know what UI means? It stands for user interface and the simple definition is that UI makes up your UX (user experience) good or bad. Your design is not just about your interface; it's about everything that touches your product.
What is a Hybrid Event and How Do You Organize One?
The fact that there is great interest in hybrid events can be inferred from the commonly used search term "What is a hybrid event?". And rightly so.
How Big Data Can Make Your Events More Competitive
Lately, everyone is talking about 'Big Data'. But what is it exactly? Is it all just hype or can you really use it? And to what extent can 'Big Data' contribute to improving your events?
Event Salaries Rise Due to Shortage of Talent
According to recruitment agencies in the UK, salaries in the event sector are currently rising spectacularly due to the lack of talent.
Your Event Company on TV
Would you like to show your event company to the world? eventplanner.tv will come to you and make a complete documentary of your location, team building activities, concept etc.
Brush Up on your Event Knowledge from your Beach Chair
Summer is halfway through. Just a few more weeks before the busy season for corporate events starts again. An ideal time to brush up on your event knowledge from your beach chair.
3 Changes for Your Event Website
You have to have an event website in order to correctly market your event today. But what do you do to make sure that your event website is converting your visitors to attendees?
Best Of Events International 2015 in High Demand
The Best Of Events International (BOE) listed a strong demand for exhibition places for the sixth edition from the 21st to 22nd of January 2015 in Dortmund. Already, more than 170 exhibitors have been registered.
Mobile is Here to Stay - infographic
Remember when Steve Jobs stood before the Macworld convention and touted the first-ever iPhone? Can you believe that was nearly 8 years ago? Mobile has a huge impact on the event industry and is here to stay.
New Ticket Trend: High-Tech Smart Bracelets
Besides the dance festival itself, the new wristbands from Tomorrowland can also be considered world news. In his blog 'Apparently this matters' every week on the CNN website, Jarrett Bellini sheds light on the latest social media trends.
7 Ways of Capturing Conference Content
Events have a big impact. When you capture the content you will make the event even more useful for the participants.
The Huge Impact of the Meeting Industry in Numbers: $770 Billion
The Convention Industry Council published its 2012 Economic Significance Study. The total output of the meetings industry in the U.S. is worth 770 Billion dollar.
Do Well: Give Attendees an Experience that Feels Good and Does Good
Contrary to popular belief, sustainability has not only to do with the environment, but also planning our events in more socially responsible ways that help sustain the communities in which we live and work.
Without Paper: Make Your Event Completely Paper-Free
Tickets, programs, handouts, note paper, ... events and excessive paper use seem to go hand in hand. Although paper can be recycled, it is more environmentally and budget friendly to avoid using it in the first place.
Road Shows: Tips & Tricks
A road show is highly beneficial for your clients and theirs. The thing about road shows is that you go to them, instead of them coming to you.
By Train: Encourage Public Transport
Imagine not being stuck in traffic on the morning drive and relaxing in your seat, reading or listening to music, on the ride home. Public transport is more sustainable for both people and planet.
Dear Sponsors, My Event is Your Event
Recently, etouches created a post for social tables, 'Event Sponsorship: 4 Ways to Court a Sponsor', where they gave event professionals a few tips on how to get companies to invest in your event.
Go Ornot: Give Attendees the Option to Cancel as Late as You Can
A no-show is not only frustrating for the meeting planner, but also a major source of waste. If 10-30% of registered attendees no-show at a given event, that means 10-30% of food and meeting materials are thrown away.
Afta Noon: Start After Lunch
The midfielder of the Green Squad wearing #7 is Afta Noon. He battles one of the biggest problems in our industry: food waste. Does this sound familiar?
Car Pool: Networking Begins on the Road
Somehow, some way attendees of your in-person meetings and events have to get to your venue - the majority probably preferring to drive in their own cars. But every car on the road that's coming to your meeting contributes to greenhouse gas emissions.