This post gives a definite answer to a question most of us asked ourselves at least once: How do I get into the Event Planning industry? I get around 50 emails a week from readers. This ranges from self promotional messages to calls for help.
Sponsorships, along with exhibitions, are a key revenue streams for most associations. But giving sponsors mere visibility among their key customers is no longer enough. To get those sponsorship dollars—and keep them coming in year after year—it’s not enough for associations to offer measurable opportunities. They have to be able to help sponsors do the actual measuring as well.
See if this sounds familiar: Meeting stakeholders want you to broadcast and capture the conference’s educational content, but there’s no budget for technology.
If you think that means putting plans for livestreaming content on hold, you’re mistaken. Using a mix of free, Web-based tools, anyone with a laptop and a wired Internet connection can create an ad-hoc production studio, broadcast education and archive it for future use.
A good keynote speaker can transform a good event into a truly unforgettable one. The keynote should be a rallying point, an opportunity to inspire audiences to action, and deliver your brand or organization’s messages with authenticity.
We’ve all been there. You had 312 people sign up for your conference – more than ever. Things started with a bang, your vendors were thrilled with floor traffic, and the hotel upgraded your room halfway through because of all the money they were making on drinks at the lobby bar.
The night before a conference where I was scheduled to speak, I found myself in a crowded bar just south of Greenwich Village. The organizers had arranged a VIP reception, and — having just moved to New York — I figured I should attend. Indeed, I had good conversations with four interesting people whom I’ll probably keep in touch with. But when I walked out the door an hour later, I was thrilled with my revelation: I’m never doing that again.
We all know how important it is to ask questions at trade shows. Questions are how we understand customers and gather information. It’s also how we converse with leads and qualify them. But, how often do we craft a question around our purpose for asking that question? If you’re like most of us, we don’t even think about it.
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