Event management is one of the most detail-oriented branches of project management where you need to address any issues that crop up on-the-spot and the luxury of analyzing the issue in detail is not available to you. The live experience of a large-scale event brings its own challenges that one might not anticipate. The policy of “hope for the best and prepare for the worst” appropriately describes the planning process in Event Management industry.
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Without doubt, one of the biggest issues for associations these days is membership recruitment and retention. It doesn’t matter if your association offers personal membership, organisational membership or a mix of the two; all associations face challenges when it comes to membership.
The acceleration of social media and technology over the last few years hasn’t made things easier either.
More information: https://www.eventsforce.com/blog/how-live-streaming-events-can-help-associations-boost-revenue-and-membership-engagement/
Augmented reality and virtual reality are two of the biggest buzzwords in the technology industry right now, and for good reason. The technology, although not brand new, is developing rapidly and has huge potential to impact nearly every industry. From the fun implementation of AR in the popular Pokémon Go game to the life-changing uses in a hospital setting to practice difficult surgeries, there seems to be no limit to the impact of AR and VR on various industries.
More information: https://blog.cvent.com/events/enhance-your-event-with-ar-vr/
If you want to successfully market your mobile event app, you have to be organized. Follow these three steps to stay on track.
Creating a plan ahead of time will help lead to better mobile event app adoption.
There are a lot of terrible things that can go wrong at events. In most cases, the problems can be resolved without attendees ever knowing about them. The one thing that’s definitely noticed? Lines. Otherwise known as bottlenecks. One of the most visible hiccups onsite, lines are the bane of a planner’s existence. Attendees hate waiting and lines can be difficult to break up once they form. How do you fix some of the most common lines from forming onsite?
More information: https://blog.cvent.com/events/get-rid-of-lines-at-your-event/
Recent technology trends have completely changed the face of the MICE industry. By adopting these latest event technology upgrades, event organizers can deliver exceptional events and stand out from the crowd.
Here are the top trends you should watch out for in 2018:
More information: https://blog.cvent.com/events/event-technology-upgrades-youll-need-2018/