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Escalation Part II: Harnessing Your Event Team Superpower

Post authored by Jeff Fugate, SVP Sales and Marketing In my previous post on escalation,  I shared my thoughts about how escalation, when deployed properly, can be an extremely effective method to improve  communications – within teams, with clients and … Continue reading

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A Strong Housing Strategy Will Enhance Experiences and Increase Your Revenue

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

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Who’s Ready for Some World-Class Event Hacking in Cleveland?

Hackathons Deconstructed: Designing Richer & More Rewarding Event Innovation Experiences That’s the title for a one-of-a-kind workshop experience that combines behind-the-scenes hackathon design education with a series of actual hands-on hacking sprints. This PCMA weekend workshop immediately precedes their 2018 … Continue reading

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Escalation: The Ubiquitous Event Team Superpower

Post authored by Jeff Fugate, SVP Strategic Sales & Marketing One of my favorite superhero movie quotes comes from Peter Parker’s Uncle Ben in Spiderman… ”With great power comes great responsibility.”  This is also true in business and like traditional … Continue reading

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How Devices Impede Our Event Observations

Post authored by Jeff Fugate, SVP Strategic Sales & Marketing Let me tell you about a modern-day nightmare: I recently went four-and-a-half hours without my smartphone… while I was awake!

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All-Star Tips to Boost Event Data Intelligence – The VIP Lounge

Event Data is the theme for this episode of The VIP Lounge podcast, as three all-stars open their playbooks to reveal strategies and tips to help you step up your own event data strategy.

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Borrowing Event Housing Ideas from the Film & Television Industry

Post authored by Donna Kastner, Event Marketing Specialist If you’re an association or corporate event professional who’s struggling with last-minute housing need changes and pesky attrition clauses, things could be worse: You could be doing it for the cast and … Continue reading

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Fostering Innovation: Tales from Paradigm Purgatory

Post authored by Brian Scott, Chief Information Officer Agile, Scrum, Waterfall, Lean Startup, Lean Thinking, Extreme, Big Bang, V-Shaped, Design Thinking, Six Sigma, DevOps, Getting Things Done… the list of terms could go and on. Do I need to continue? … Continue reading

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Team Debrief: ASAE’s Xperience Design Project (XDP)

Post authored by Jamie Murdock, Vice President, Sales We applaud the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE), as last week they stepped up event innovation in a big way with the launch of the Xperience Design Project (XDP) at the … Continue reading

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Event Trends to Watch: A Chat with David Peckinpaugh

In today’s change-charged business environment, new event trends bubble up regularly, but how can you discern which ones will have lasting power? How can you truly know which ones are worthy of your attention? We caught up with David Peckinpaugh, … Continue reading

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