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- The Future of Experience Design: 2 Mins With David Peckinpaugh
- How Event Behavioral Data Advances SFA’s Growth Strategy
- Endings Matter: Event Programming Insights from Dan Pink
Tag Archives: attendee experience
Experience design is the theme running across this entire podcast episode, which features two experience design superheroes who share a wealth of priceless insights with us.
Questions bubble up for event professionals all the time, but many go unasked even when they can lead to event improvements…
“Creative Thinking” is the theme running through episode five of The VIP Lounge, as we interview two creative dynamos: Jamie Murdock and Susan Robertson.
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
By Beth DeFrates, MSHTM, Manager, Product Group Do you know your recent event’s mobile download rate? This is one of the most important questions you should be able to answer prior to creating a download goal for next year’s mobile … Continue reading
Post authored by Mike Woellert, Marketing Specialist at Experient While outbound marketing is more cold-calling or emailing to a purchased list, inbound marketing focuses on content that attracts people toward you or your association (in this case, attendees to your event). By creating … Continue reading
Post authored by Todd Belebczuk, Marketing Specialist at Experient Coauthored by Neal Shiller, Vice President of the International Speakers Bureau A few years ago, I had the unfortunate displeasure of attending a college commencement ceremony that had a terrible keynote … Continue reading
Show organizers ask me this all the time. But what is really hotter right now — using QR codes or talking about them? In the trade show and event industry, I say it’s definitely the latter. The use of barcodes … Continue reading