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8 Tech Tools for Better Live Events
Social media, mobile apps and video conferencing are making it increasingly easier to attend events remotely. Nevertheless, nothing beats attending one live. Even then, new technologies are playing a practical role.
10 TIPS on Hiring Event Staff
The success of any event depends on your staff and their interaction with your audience. That's why it’s important to pay careful attention to who you hire.
Coolest Colors for Your Event
Following New York fashion week, Pantone has released the hottest new colors for the spring and summer of 2014. This is a source of inspiration for both event planners and event decorators.
Start-Up: Whales On Waves
Interactive meetings and conferences are the future. Whales On Waves is a start-up company that is harping on this trend, offering a complete solution for getting your participants actively involved in your meetings.
RealLifeConnect uses the power of NFC or smart badge. Using a simple swipe of their badge, participants can share their experiences during an event.
Meethub is a scheduling platform that simplifies business networking at events. People attend events in order to network.
Start-Up: Peecho Simple Print Service
Looking for an original way to offer a bonus to event goers? And what about making a nice profit from it too? Using Peecho's Simple Print Service, you'll have an easy way on hand to convert digital photos and documents into valuable print products for your participants.
Is this Advanced Signpost the Future of Events?
Some people can orientate themselves perfectly, while others are constantly lost. Fortunately, there are signposts and signage to show the way. But what if the information that you need is not available? Well, here's the solution: Points - 'the most advanced directional signpost for events'.
Rate the Speakers at Your Event With Start-Up Speakerscore
Speakerscore is an online tool that enables you to evaluate the speakers at your conference or event. It gives you the advantage of being able to evaluate and compare speakers across different events.
How Do You Create the Perfect Tweet for Your Event?
Whether your tweet will or will not be a hit cannot be predicted. Nevertheless, there are various tips to bring you one step closer to the 'perfect' tweet, as well as a handy infograph for the ideal structure of your tweet.
'No More Exhibitions in Ten Years'
If it were up to Generation X and Y exhibition are death. How can you best tune your event to their needs? You discover it in this trend report.
Stunning Presentations with Prezi
Five reasons to use Prezi on your next presentation rather than PowerPoint. Prezi versus PowerPoint: 5-0.
Speaking to a Crowd? These 10 Tips Will Keep You Calm
Although for some, it seems like the most natural thing in the world to do, others get extremely nervous when they have to speak in front of an audience. Their face turns red, the heart rate goes up, or they get dizzy or forget what they want to say. These symptoms sound familiar? Then we have a few good tips for you.