While it may be 2015 and there are no hoverboards to be seen (bummer), we are still well-immersed in the age of technology, but is your event?
Are you truly a modern event planner? Below is a list of popular practices to check if your event management is still ‘stuck in the past’. Keep reading if you want to bring yourself and your event back to the future!
If an event happens and nobody hears about it, did it really happen? Maybe that’s not the philosophical question of the decade, but it’s a good one for content marketers to ask. I’d hazard a guess that if not very many people heard about the event, it didn’t really happen.
There’s a big problem event planners today must solve as we creep into 2015 and begin mapping out our event marketing strategies for the year ahead. If you have not noticed, attendee knowledge has increased year over year, and the rate is accelerating rapidly.
It’s the one-time, I MUST have that expenses that kill any event budget. Every event needs a budget. It’s the golden nugget that keeps events together. It tells us what we can afford on a small or sometimes larger scale, yet sometimes we tend to want more than what we are allowed....
How hard can it be? According to Wikipedia, London and its commuter belt holds 13,614,409 people. That’s a lot of folk. So how challenging can it be to persuade, let’s say 50 of them, to come to an attractive venue in Central London on a Tuesday night to hear from 2 brilliant life coaches, and 2 of our brightest young female entrepreneurs, talk about empowerment, career coaching, and running a business against the odds?
Here is a collection of the most promising startups providing technology solutions for events. Be inspired by these helpful tools. The Event Tech scene is in turmoil. It's just news of last week that DoubleDutch closed another successful round of investment at $19.9M. Earlier in August... Read more
In Event Planning is left brain or right brain thinking more important? The left brain is characterized as logical, realistic and task focused. The right brain is known to be creative, emotional and intuitive.
Finalize the attendee list, post on social media, contact the caterer, arrange transportation, meet with the venue, etc...
Does this sound anything like your daily agenda? Event planning professionals have an endless list of tasks that need to be accomplished on any given day and the trouble for most of us is that we want to do it all.
Delegation is a challenge for almost everyone with a planner mentality. We tend to have trouble letting go because we all enjoy being in control.
Good stories get read, maybe archived or used again once, but more than likely they get deleted.
Great stories last a lifetime. Think about it – what stories come to mind from this year alone when you scroll through your brain index of the mass social, digital and mobile news articles you have encountered?
As companies try to one-up each other in the never-ending struggle to remain relevant, marketing agencies are tasked to continually push the bounds of creativity, do something that's never been seen or done before.
The things you should know about the Event Industry and how you could come up with a fulfilling career in the field.
The Event Industry may be far different from all the industry we all knew. A lot different from the field we are familiar with, different from working inside a cubicle, different from your office daily task. The Event Industry is a field from where you take business in a different level of marketing.
While hospitality may not be the first thing that comes to mind at a manufacturing trade show, our hostesses add elements that can benefit any business – friendly faces, professional delivery of information and photo opportunities that inspire your visitors to share their experience across social media platforms.
We were thrilled to be a part of the AERO Vodochody experience and look forward to the chance to help your event be just as unforgettable.
Sharing your scoops to your social media accounts is a must to distribute your curated content. Not only will it drive traffic and leads through your content, but it will help show your expertise with your followers.
How to integrate my topics' content to my website?
Integrating your curated content to your website or blog will allow you to increase your website visitors’ engagement, boost SEO and acquire new visitors. By redirecting your social media traffic to your website, Scoop.it will also help you generate more qualified traffic and leads from your curation work.
Distributing your curated content through a newsletter is a great way to nurture and engage your email subscribers will developing your traffic and visibility.
Creating engaging newsletters with your curated content is really easy.