eVenue’s Kenji Crosland is always looking for stories about new ways to conduct meetings. Here he shares one way to harness the power of influencers by creating a social media war room.
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The following is a guest blog article by Richard De Santis of Event Management Productions originally posted on the Sound n’ Sight blog.
Far too often, clients are led astray by their “designers” or “decorators” for a special event such as a social gala. Frequently the bad advice for design is well-intentioned but uninformed.
Not long ago, Eventwist’s Deborah Pannell, an event planner herself, took a cruise which gave her new insight about her profession. She shares her experience here.
This article was originally printed as a guest post on http://lizkingevents.com. Please visit Liz’s site for more excellent pieces on events, event planning and event tech.
Kari Rippetoe of Tuvel Communications, has discovered a win/win situation for event planners and social media communities. She shares tips for getting the most out of social media partnerships, here.
As we’ve worked with more and more events over the last couple of years, we’ve come to realize the importance of building lasting relationships that provide promotional value to everyone involved. Don’t get me wrong, everything we do is about building lasting and valuable relationships through social media with people who can help spread the word. But we’ve taken that a step further with our event clients by building cross-promotional partnerships on their behalf – what we call Social Media Partnerships.
Adrian Segar and Ruud Janssen have been co-facilitating a new type of session at meetings industry conferences that seems to be gaining fans. Check out Adrian’s description of the Solution Room here.
Last year Tahira Endean organized one of the most widely talked about Event Camps, Event Camp Vancouver. It was a hybrid event that included remote participation, remote speakers, gamification and more. Here she shares some of what she learned from that experience and from many years of producing hybrid events.
Deborah Pannell has taken her years of experience working in a holistic health practioner’s office, and boiled them down into tips to help you navigate the chaotic world of event planning. She shares them here.
Social media’s “Content is King” catchphrase drives home the importance of high quality information as the fulcrum in most new media marketing strategies. As a result, event organizers are seeing conference generated content in a whole new light.