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Category Archives: Marketing
Post authored by Rachel Stephan, Event Marketing Strategist, sensov/ event marketing When it comes to trade show lead retrieval, lots of exhibitors have decided to exercise an abundance of caution and not initiate a strategy. They’re letting valuable sales leads … Continue reading
Post authored by De-de Mulligan, President & Chief Content Strategist, Mulligan Management Group Merely knowing what attendee churn is and why it happens isn’t enough. You need to be able to stop it from killing your event’s future.
Post authored by De-de Mulligan, President, Chief Content Strategist, Mulligan Management Group. One of the most effective ways to ensure the long-term health of your event is to convert first-time guests into loyal, life-long fans. But you can’t do that … Continue reading
Post authored by Jeff Fugate, CASE, Senior Vice President, Sales and Marketing As an event manager, you work with a lot of moving pieces and parts as you bring your event marketing strategy to life.
Johnny Cupcakes’ recipe for success breaks the mold, but it’s a great case study for events searching for new ways to “surprise and delight” their guests.
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.
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.
Chances are good that your event is not the only one of its kind. That means your potential attendees may have to pick your event or another, which also means someone wins and someone loses.
Post authored by Jeff Fugate, SVP Sales and Marketing There is a core truth that we may sometimes forget: people come to your events for their own reasons, not yours.