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Two Extremes Of Conference Content Capture: Bite Size Best

Two Extremes Of Conference Content Capture: Bite Size Best | Organization Management | Scoop.it

Capturing content at your premier face-to-face conferences is a must!

Capturing and sharing premium conference content serves three primary purposes.

If an attendee could not make a session, captured content gives them the Cliff Notes version.If attendees want to apply the learning to their job, captured content helps them develop their plan.For members, customers, or prospects that didn’t attend, nothing helps communicate what they missed more than a sample of the premium content — especially when it is delivered in bite-sized/shareable pieces or when social enabled.
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Some good ideas about content capture - and a somewhat surprising revelation!

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Getting Your Team Organized in Event Management

Getting Your Team Organized in Event Management | Organization Management | Scoop.it

Well, you have successfully secured a great event. You have gone through the part of convincing the client about your successes in holding great events and managed to get the prized contract. Securing the contract is only the beginning of a big and stressful headache if you actually have bad organizing skills!

Once you have secured the contract you will be involved with the event planning and event management stages. This means that you will have to work with set up crews, suppliers and vendors, venue owners, food and beverage  serving teams etc. All these people will be considered your team. Here you will need to be very skillful with people management methods. It is also a very stressful time especially when the event date draws near.

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Our Favorite Tech Tools for Event Fundraising Planning | Event 360

Our Favorite Tech Tools for Event Fundraising Planning | Event 360 | Organization Management | Scoop.it

Technology for event planning has come so far over the past 10 years. Not too long ago, for instance, we'd travel with those giant, 400-page map books when scouting a site or planning an event. They were a pain to carry, and it could get tedious highlighting the event route across multiple pages! 

Here's a look at some key tech tools that allow us to do our jobs better and more efficiently.

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Tips and Tools for Integrating Social Media Into Your Nonprofit Event Marketing Plan

Tips and Tools for Integrating Social Media Into Your Nonprofit Event Marketing Plan | Organization Management | Scoop.it

Integrating social media into your nonprofit’s event can help you engage with your organization’s audiences AND help get better results.      Whether your event is hybrid offline/online event or virtual,  one way to think through a strategy for events is a simple:  Before, During, and After.    I queried nonprofit colleagues, asking for their best advice.  Here’s a summary of tips, tools, examples, and resources for getting the most of our your nonprofit event with social media.

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This article digs a little deeper and reveals some of the lesser-known tools that Beth has uncovered for those of us who manage events.

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How To Become A Successful Event Organizer

How To Become A Successful Event Organizer | Organization Management | Scoop.it

In recent years, the competition in the event planning industry has increased due to the rising demands from the corporate and private sectors. However, you can always use your abilities, expertise and experience to thrive in such a competitive environment. Successful event organizers never fear the competition; instead, they focus on ways to improve their skills. With experience, you can polish your event management skills and gain the creativity required to prosper in this career.

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This is the 50,000-foot overview, discussing personal qualities needed for event organizers.

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ALPHEUSC's curator insight, May 25, 2013 8:08 PM

Research information is very helpful when learning new topics.

Kristen Towns's curator insight, September 22, 2013 8:25 PM

Some great input that I think I would use if I went into the managing aspect.

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BizBash Webinar 2: Tech Tools to Transform Your Events

BizBash Webinar 2: Tech Tools to Transform Your Events | Organization Management | Scoop.it

BizBash and Eventbrite did it again with another great webinar in their Smart Ideas for Better Events series. This one was titled, “Tech Tools to Transform Your Events.” Mitch Colleran, Partner and Channel Manager at Eventbrite, covered the three major tech trends event planners should have in mind. Jeff Benish, Event Producer at Payreel, discussed a number of new (and older) tech tools that can really make life easier for event planners everywhere.

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The 5 golden rules of event day planning | The NonProfit Times

The 5 golden rules of event day planning | The NonProfit Times | Organization Management | Scoop.it
Every good special event begins with a timeline. This will list all the things you need to accomplish leading up to event day. Once you reach that date, there’s no turning back from the fact that it’s time to have the event.
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A fantastic set of rules that will make your event better, smoother, and less stressful.

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10 Event Trends for 2013

10 Event Trends for 2013 | Organization Management | Scoop.it
Every year Event Manager Blog publishes an overview of the most significant trends affecting events. Here is your report for 2013. It is that time of the year.
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The times they are a-changing. If you host a lot of events, check this out.

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