Many non-event planners probably wouldn’t believe us if we told them that building an effective online event registration form can actually get quite complicated. Finding a balance between asking for information you need without being overwhelming (and risking losing a potential registrant) is notan easy task. Not to mention, ensuring your registrants have a clear understanding of how to fill the form out and make their selections…
What is the best event registration software? This question gets asked a lot. Here are the best online event registration tools for your event.
What if there was a quick way to find and compare registration software?
Guess what, there is!
We have spent the past 7 years analyzing all the top tools, and we came up with a list that sums up what event planners and marketers need to know to select the best conference registration software.
From film, theatre and media to events and presentations, lighting has always played a critical role in directing audience attention. Lighting, especially when in the hands of an experienced AV company or technician, can create ambiance and can boost audience engagement by framing and making transitions from topic to topic seamless from start to finish.
Below are 6 cost-effective ways to take advantage of lighting that you might find useful as you plan your next event.
The greatest feeling ever is finishing up an engaging, lively event that goes off without a hitch. But you know what makes that feeling even better? Knowing you have a recording of your event, so that audiences who weren’t in the room can enjoy it, too.
Companies record events for all kinds of reasons ‘ from archiving to splicing up event footage for social media. Recording audio, video, or a slide presentation extends the life of your event, and can even increase your return on your investment.
Read more at: https://meetingtomorrow.com/blog/recording-live-events/
Tracking event industry trends is a favorite activity here at Meeting Tomorrow. After sifting through all the noise, we wanted to highlight three trends that you should expect to see on the rise this year, and one surprising trend that might be on the decline.
Rising: AR/VR at events
There’s a sense out there that virtual and augmented reality are just fading fads, but what you’re seeing is actually just the first phase of adoption—call it the ‘Novelty Phase.’
To be fair, microphone feedback isn’t always bad. Think, The Beatles, Jimmy Hendrix, The Who, and on and on. For some audiences, feedback is just fine. But, if you’re speaking in the event or conference environment, chances are you have a different audience. One that expects zero microphone feedback and presentations that come across as crisp, clean and easy on the ears.