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Tag Archives: event design
Post authored by Donna Kastner, Founder, Retirepreneur The 8-Phases of a Successful Event is an outstanding blueprint for mapping out steps (large & small) you can take to improve event experiences across their entire event journey – before, during, and … 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 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
Post authored by Bill Barclay, Vice President, Live Events, and Taylor Ward, Live Events Strategist When it comes to detailed digital persona design, no one does it better than the creative geniuses of the eSports industry. One could argue that … Continue reading
What if I told you to treat your guests like sports fans? What if you used some of the same elements sports teams use when designing event experiences?
Post authored by Donna Kastner, Founder of Retirepreneur Tribalization (aka “Take Me to My Peeps”) has ruled supreme at many events. And let’s face it – our brains are hard-wired to prefer mingling with like-minded people. People of the same … Continue reading
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.
Post authored by Jennifer George Lion, CMP, PMP The term “experience design” is thrown around a lot in the meetings and events industry. But does everyone who uses it truly understand how to apply the concept to their events?
Post authored by Jeff Fugate, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing Do you believe in magic?