Post authored by Lynn Wirch, Director of Operations, Live Events
Imagine a scenario where you put some of the biggest players across your industry in the same room, working together to consider the evolution of their sport, creating new ideas and solving some their greatest challenges.
You call it a pipe dream. We call it IMMERSION.
Posted in Event Design, Live Events
Tagged bloomington, esports, exclusive event, Experience Design, hackathon, immersion, live events, lynn, persona development, wirch
Post authored by Donna Kastner, Founder of Retirepreneur
The investment to design remarkable live event experiences is steep and getting steeper – not to mention the countless hours (and dollars) spent in hopes of acquiring new attendees.
Event strategists know the healthiest shows are the ones that keep guests coming back year after year. But how do you achieve this?
Post authored by Sarah Hill, Content Writer at Seven Events, Ltd.
As any experienced event management agency will tell you, the safety and comfort of your guests needs to be a top priority at all times.
Posted in Meeting Planning
Tagged customer service, event risk mitigation, food, illness, marketing, natural disaster, protection, public relations, safety, security, severe weather, tech, wifi
It only takes a few minutes of perusing news headlines to grasp how important event security is in this day and age.
The full version of this article was originally published in the Maritz Global Events Blog.
When we ask clients about their event challenges, we frequently hear: “Every year it becomes harder and harder to top last year’s event.”
When most people find a job they love, working alongside people they truly care about, they feel settled and they’re not going anywhere. For Karla Bauman, however, that means it’s time to find a new, exciting challenge.
The concept of mentorship sounds great to many, but creating a program that builds a strong relationship between the mentor and mentee is vital.
You’d be surprised how many event strategists aren’t using the basics to prepare each year. Are you doing what is necessary to ensure you’re growing your event attendance.
Posted in Marketing, Meeting Planning
Tagged Attendance Building, attendee experience, attendee growth, borelli, driving attendance, event marketing, nick, organizing principle, rachel, stephan
Identifying the best and brightest young talent to lead your organization forward is challenging. That’s why mentorship opportunities are so important.