Diversity can be a sensitive subject! We’re here to address it and offer tips on how to incorporate diversity in all aspects of your next event. It’s an important piece that shouldn’t be looked over. Check out some tips:
The end goal of presentations? Two words: engaged audience. When we are asked to present, of course, comes the initial fear of well….presenting. What typically comes after that is the fear of keeping your attendees actually engaged.
The following blog post was originally published on 2/13/19, but updated on 1/23/20 for added value.
Room layout is more important than some people may think. Getting it right means having a good flow throughout the room, ensuring the kind of engagement you’re looking for, and keeping compliant with any safety requirements.
The following blog post was originally published on 1/9/19, but updated on 1/8/20 for added value.
Email is a powerful tool! It goes directly to your audience, is easy to consume, and inspires immediate action. That said, there are a few things you can (and should!) do to stand out from the pack.
Here are three tips for upping your email marketing game in 2020:
Waiting in lines. We all know that if the line is moving at a slow pace, it’s probably a painful experience for your attendees. Sometimes, lines are just inevitable and therefore, not a thrilling experience. What if we said you could help make it an enjoyable one?
It’s the most wonderful time of the year. 🎶 The cheer is spreading, the laughter is getting louder, and the decorations are getting...BRIGHTER!
To spread extra holiday cheer in the workplace (and spice things up — maybe with some cider?), consider hosting any of these 8 ideas:
Are you a vendor that works with Event Planners day-in and day-out? Curious to know what Event Planners are actually interested in when working with you, as the vendor?
Event Planners are strategic. They are knowledgeable. They crave excellence. So, how can you be a better vendor that caters to Event Planner’s needs? Check it out: