The networking experts at e180 share tips for producing events that even introverts will want to return to year after year.
As content becomes the key criterion of choice for business events within today's knowledge economy, booking a keynote speaker who can deliver insightful and engaging messages to an audience is..
At the Association of Women in Events, we challenge the norm. We are here to be the resource for women in the events and hospitality industry. As much as we would all like to believe that women are..
You went to a conference and connected with 17 people and got their business cards. But there was one person in particular that you connected well with and could see a partnership with in the near..
It’s probably obvious, but most people aren’t going to respond to the first email we send them.
So we have two options:
Send a follow up email
When there’s no response, a lot of..
Do you ever feel like you hear about amazing events only after they’ve happened? While, it’s nice to know that great events are out there, it doesn’t do you any good as you sit in your office chair..
Planning an event? Using social media to promote it is a given. However, are you using the right social media for your events? When it comes to event promotion, some networks may attract a bigger..
It always pays off to be an early bird planner. However, there may be occasions beyond your control when you have to plan a conference or seminar a few days short of event day. While it can be tricky..
The sun is beating down on your live event, and the people you’re paying to stir up excitement around your client’s products are lounging in the shade, sipping water. If this has happened to you, it..
Guest Author: Heather Watkins, Senior Manager of Customer Communities and Programs, Marketo