Author Archives: Experient

Reinvention: Tearing Your Event Down and Rebuilding it Better [Podcast]

In this edition of The VIP Lounge podcast, the focus is on event reinvention and how getting back to the basics can make all the difference.

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Is It Possible to Generate Event Housing Revenue Without Risk?

For too long, offering event housing solutions to your guests online came with a number of factors to consider. The risks associated with offering online housing solutions could be intimidating and cause event planners to shy away from doing so.

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Exhibitor ROI: Quelling Concerns & Unleashing Richer Buyer-Seller Exchanges

Post authored by Siobhan Connellan, Director, Exhibitor Services Operations at Experient Many exhibitors find themselves in a quandary as they fine-tune and activate their trade show strategy. Diminishing budgets, rising costs, logistics and travel complexities, managing staffing, and keeping up … Continue reading

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A Brilliant New Twist on Conference Bags

At almost any event you attend, conference bags are sure to await your arrival. But have you ever been given one that you actually keep and use?

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3 Hottest Event Destinations in North America Right Now

We’ve carefully studied thousands of event bookings in North America to identify three red-hot event destinations on the rise.

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Event Trends to Watch from Michael Dominguez & Wisdom@Work: The VIP Lounge

This podcast episode starts off with a book recommendation. Then it’s on to emerging trends that tee up challenges to solve and opportunities to seize for event organizers.

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The Future of Experience Design: 2 Mins With David Peckinpaugh

Experience design isn’t just an industry buzz word. It’s not a “best practice” that’s here today and gone tomorrow. It’s a culture-shifting, get-on-or-get-left-behind principle that has already transformed the meetings and events industry—and it’s just getting started.

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How Event Behavioral Data Advances SFA’s Growth Strategy

Data is important. There’s no doubt about that. But can collecting event behavioral data drastically change how your organization views success?

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Endings Matter: Event Programming Insights from Dan Pink

Recently, keynote speaker Dan Pink shared a wealth of insights from his best-selling book, WHEN: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing. Even better, he carefully tailored each one for the events industry.

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Diary of an Event Learning Sherpa

Post Authored by Donna Kastner, Event Marketing Strategist & Workshop Designer Recently, I had a chance to experiment with an idea I’ve been noodling on. This idea is a twist on a grander concept, first introduced by Velvet Chainsaw Consulting: … Continue reading

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