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Category Archives: Registration & Housing
Post authored by De-de Mulligan, President and Chief Content Strategist for Mulligan Management Group. Do you need to find new sources of income for your events? While sponsorships have been prevalent for a long time, there are other ways to … Continue reading
Event strategists know the healthiest shows are the ones that keep guests coming back year after year. But how do you achieve this?
If you described the role of an event project manager as “busy,” you may just win the award for Understatement of the Year. “Busy” doesn’t even scratch the surface.
In this edition of the VIP Lounge Podcast, we discuss the pitfalls of simply launching your registration and housing sites without applying experience design principles.
Post Authored by Aaron Dorsey, PMP, Sr. Director of Strategic Client Technology When was the last time you added your event registration or housing site to your experience design checklist?
In just a few short years, VidCon has become a wildly popular event. But how did they create such a successful strategy?
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.
Giving your guests comprehensive information and clear direction about their housing options has proven to be very lucrative for live events. Post authored by Lynn Wirch, Director of Operations, Live Events I began working with our live event clients on … Continue reading
In this edition of The VIP Lounge podcast, we’re showcasing an interview with an industry rockstar… Christine “Shimo” Shimasaki, CDME, CMP