There are dozens of nuances to consider when planning an event. Too often, event organizers forget about online pre-registration or setting up their desk. An effective event registration table is the very first point of contact to welcome and interact with the recently arrived attendees, which is why these tables require outstanding organization.
The consumer shows and expos market is booming in Australia — a recent industry survey revealed that 67% of expo event creators are running new shows in 2018.
Strong growth means increased pressure on your event to succeed. Events that fail to innovate and deliver high value to exhibitors and sponsors will be left in favour of the new kids on the block. To avoid losing market share to new entrants, your event needs to stay ahead of the curve.
Technology has the potential to transform audience engagement at your event, but just because it’s available doesn’t necessarily mean your audience will use it.
Securing participant buy-in requires strategic pre-planning and is vital if you wish to maximise the return on your investment. We asked the designers of seven leading event tech tools for their advice on increasing adoption…
More information: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/blog/event-tech-adoption-at-events-ds00/
You’ve been asking for it, and we’re thrilled to be finally delivering it… For our April event intelligence webinar we’re gave you an up close and personal encounter with our entire suite of event technology AND the people who build it.
See all of the Tribe tools in action, meet the brains behind each of our partner companies and see what your events could be like with the ultimate in event tech connectiveness.
You walk into your Monday meeting to kick off planning for your next event and your boss asks, “How did the last event go?” It isn’t enough to just reply, “It went great!” without any supporting metrics or data to prove the success. You are accountable at this very moment. Event metrics are essential in justifying effective costs on marketing events to the leadership team.
How do you measure your events? Where do you begin?
More information: https://www.eventmanagerblog.com/event-metrics
With constant innovations in event technology evolving week after week, it seems almost impossible to know exactly what technology you should be using that’s best for your event. So, we’ve looked into how you can decide what’s most suitable and how you can keep on top of all those trends and discussions happening in the event tech world.
Understanding your event objectives and goals, and your audience, are very important in determining what event tech you should be using. Ask yourself questions like; what do you want to accomplish?
More information: http://www.conference-news.co.uk/blogs/how-choose-technology-your-event
The challenge to captivate attendees and provide the best attendee experience possible has never been greater. Decreasing attention spans and intensified competition combine with heightened attendee demands for an unforgettable experience; as event organizers, we have our hands full trying to create memorable and seamless experiences. With all these attendee expectations, the pressure is on to make sure our events are educational, meaningful, motivational, interesting, and above all, on budget. Which leads us to event experience design – an event planner’s best friend.
More information: https://www.eventmanagerblog.com/event-experience-design
Attendease: What Is It?
The Attendease event management platform is an all in one tool to manage face-to-face and online events. It provides responsive event websites, event management, registration, attendee management, event marketing and analytics. By providing this functionality within one self-service software it provides a repeatable, scalable event planning and execution process, with the aim to drive efficiency and reduce administration time.
More information: https://www.eventmanagerblog.com/attendease-review
Member Solutions, the leading provider of full-service membership billing, payment processing and member management software solutions for membership businesses in the Martial Arts and Fitness business industry, today announced that its online event registration software, Event Manager, has been ranked #14 in Capterra’s Most Popular Event Management Software study.
These days, most event participants expect to be able to register for events online. Luckily, there are lots of tools to help with that, ranging from simple up to sophisticated and all the way to multi-functional. We asked a number of nonprofit technology professionals what online registration tools have worked for them.
This dynamic application simplifies the event registration process, resulting in a unified experience for all event stakeholders at an attractive price point
More information: http://www.hospitalitynet.org/news/4069180.html