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Tag Archives: Experience 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
The time of setting up cheap, uncomfortable chairs in a square pattern has ended. Long live the revolutionary vision of event spatial design.
Johnny Cupcakes’ recipe for success breaks the mold, but it’s a great case study for events searching for new ways to “surprise and delight” their guests.
Post authored by Donna Kastner, Founder of Retirepreneur Marriott and the PCMA Foundation joined forces, along with Fahrenheit 212, to update research on top trends impacting meetings and events.
Post authored by Lynn Wirch, Director of Operations, Live Events Imagine a scenario where you put some of the biggest players across your industry in the same room, working together to consider the evolution of their sport, creating new ideas … Continue reading
The full version of this article was originally published in the Maritz Global Events Blog. When we ask clients about their event challenges, we frequently hear: “Every year it becomes harder and harder to top last year’s event.”
If you’ve ever wondered who plans the events for an event management company, look no further. Let us introduce you to Dan Potter, Senior Strategic Events Manager at Maritz Global Events.
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?