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Tag Archives: Attendees
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.
Post authored by Thad Lurie, CAE, CIP, Vice President, Business Intelligence & Performance Collecting event data for the sake of checking off a box to say, “We have the data,” isn’t advancing the goals of your organization. It’s like throwing … Continue reading
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.
Dan Pink is one of my favorite non-fiction authors. It started in 2006, with A Whole New Mind: Why Right-Brainers Will Rule the Future. Filled with fascinating stories about advances made by right-brain, creative types, this book prompted a major … Continue reading
Experience design is a top priority for event organizers, yet it’s a skill set many struggle to master and apply. Greg Bogue, Vice President of Experience Design at our parent company, Maritz Global Events, has helped more than 80 organizations advance … Continue reading
Post authored by Jeff Fugate, SVP Sales & Marketing Once again, IAEE’s Expo!Expo! surpassed expectations with an endless stream of great ideas for trade show organizers to explore. One standout experience for me was hosting a “guru gathering,” Trade Show Smarts: … Continue reading