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Our round-up of posts from the events industry has something for everyone – whether you’re a DIY enthusiast, an event organiser, or planner. Learn how to use big data for your events, the meaning behind the words in your event marketing material, must-know facts about your attendees, plus some DIY ideas to slash your costs while still making sure your up and coming event rocks.
Did you know that more attendees own a smartphone than a toothbrush!? That’s just one of the 5 fascinating facts about event attendees revealed in this infographic brought to you by MeetingsNet and their friends over at Bizzabo. Read this post and understand your attendees better – so you can create a truly successful event for your target audience.
If you’ve ever wondered what the words in your email and event marketing materials mean (and how they can impact your marketing efforts), wonder no more – there’s an app for that! This post introduces the IBM Watson Personality Insights – a service that uses 100 words or more to paint a picture of the persona you’re presenting through your emails.
Big data is one of the hottest topics in the events industry today, and for good reason. Big data can (and MUST) be processed and analysed, transforming it to business intelligence…intelligence you need to create events that attendees love. And this post over at Cvent shows you how to do just that.
Well-fed attendees are happy attendees! But if you’re not careful, you could end up spending an exorbitant amount of cash to keep your guests’ tummies satisfied. Fortunately, it doesn’t have to be that way. Discover how to create your own food stations – whether it’s for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
Attendees are the top priority in any tradeshow or conference. Without them, there’s no event to speak of. So here are 7 ways to keep your attendees satisfied before, during, and after the event brought to you by TSNN.com and Monica Wolynlec from Boomset.
You want to make sure your event’s venue and décor create the attendee environment you want – so get the lighting right! The importance of lighting goes beyond aesthetics. Nail this part down and your conference or meeting will enjoy a warmer and more welcoming ambiance. So here are some impressive DIY lighting ideas for the budget-savvy event professional.
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