With the new year fast approaching, now’s the time to make sure you’re up-to-date on the latest event trends. Fall behind now, and your attendees will simply pass you by.
To stay relevant in a saturated market, you need to constantly up-level your attendee experience, reach new audiences, and best your competition. Here are the 2018 event trends you need on your radar to do just that.
In today’s smartphone-centric world, we expect our experience of the world to be personalised. And your events should meet that expectation.
A one-size-fits-all approach to your event won’t help you stand out in this experience-driven economy. With 9 out of 10 millennials having attended at least one event in the last year, you have to craft a truly unique experience to make your event the one they remember — and come back to.
Tech provides more than just the ‘wow’ factor at events. It streamlines operations, allows you to do more in less time, and helps facilitate connections among attendees. Are you using digitalization as part of your event strategy? Here are some things you should be doing.
Tech pervades our personal lives and for that reason alone it needs to be part of your events.
One of the latest event tech opportunities that should not be missed is the 360 degree camera. In this post we introduce you to what they can do, tips for using them, which models are on the market and how they can improve your event.
Mobile apps have a lot of competition these days, which is why it’s important to design both a valuable app and an app experience in order for adoption to take off. Here are some ideas on how you can do that.
When creating a mobile app, there’s more to it than merely creating an awesome app. There’s the marketing and there’s the user experience. Often if the latter is stellar, some of the marketing will take care of itself in word of mouth referrals. Creating an engaging mobile app experience requires addressing every aspect of the following points: