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Tag Archives: Attendance Building
Post authored by Rachel Stephan, Event Marketing Strategist, sensov/ event marketing For many associations, events are key strategies for member outreach and growth. To increase event attendance, yearly conferences must consistently achieve their goals for growth and evolution.
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.
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.
5 Questions for Jamie Murdock, VP Sales at Experient A savvy leader who is adept at tapping the wisdom of a crowd to solve complex problems. A creative thinker who asks smart questions and listens intently. A tireless advocate for … Continue reading
By Gary Schirmacher, SVP Industry Presence & Strategic Development When it comes to events, we’re studying this rapidly-changing business landscape from two vantage points: As a solution specialist, helping event organizers design and deliver exceptional experiences; As an investor, tapping industry … Continue reading
Post authored by Brian Scott, Chief Information Officer Trade shows are temporary deal-making ecosystems. Tens of thousands of buyers and sellers converge into a small and controlled space to discuss problems, solutions, aspirations, pricing, etc. For many, trade shows represent … Continue reading
Post authored by Gary Schirmacher, CMP, Senior VP, Sales & Marketing It’s no secret that the newspaper industry is navigating through some very disruptive waters. As readership declines, advertising revenue follows suit. Publications that stick to their guns and fail … Continue reading
Post authored by Dana Norris, Account Executive, Experient Last month we covered defining your target audience as the first of the 5 W’s of an effective event marketing strategy. The second element considers where.
Post Authored by Dana Norris, Account Executive, Experient Developing an effective marketing strategy begins by defining the 5 W’s: The Who, Where, Why, What and When. A well-defined target audience is the first element in developing that strategy. Our five … Continue reading