Event hashtags are great ways to corral social media communication about your your event in one place. But they can also be used for marketing; building community; disseminating information; networking;[…]
How has event sponsorship changed over the last few years? What should event professionals consider when approaching potential sponsors? Event sponsorship specialist Lindsey Rosenthal shared her thoughts on this topic at this week’s #Eventtable Twitter chat.
The tables were turned at this weeks #Eventtable chat as Conference Publishers President Mitchell Beer acted as moderator and #eventtable moderator Jenise Fryatt was the guest for a chat on how improv tools and concepts can help event professionals.
This week’s guest at the #Eventtable Twitter chat was Kimberly Ritter of Nix Conference & Meeting Management, who is working hard to raise awareness and institute changes that will end child exploitation and sex trafficking at venues where meetings & events take place.
Smarter strategies to get smarter messages out to the audiences you need to reach. That’s what a Smarter Shift is about.
Social media open up new channels—and a whole new list of do’s and don’ts—for anyone who needs effective, targeted communications. So if you’re trying to attract an audience, establish a market, or bring together a community of interest for a new way of doing things, why would you use old techniques to deliver the message?