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    1. 13 Pricing Strategies for Your Event Business

      13 Pricing Strategies for Your Event Business

      Are you wondering how to price your services? Here’s what you need to know about norms and the psychology behind pricing. Pricing is one of the most important things you will do for your event planning business. Too high and no one will pay. Too low and they’ll question your skills. Too high without credentials […]

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    2. PCMA Honors 2017 Visionary Award Winners

      Martin Balogh, Carol Krugman, and Barry Smith were in the spotlight at the Professional Convention Management Association Education Foundation’s red-carpet event at the Marriott Marquis Washington, D.C. this week. More than 1,000 people gathered to see Balogh, associate executive director, meetings and travel group, American Bar Association; Krugman, MEd, CMP, CMM, chair of the department of hospitality, tourism, and events, Metropolitan State University of Denver; and Smith, president and CEO of the Metro Toronto Convention Center, receive the organization’s 2017 Lifetime Achievement Meeting Professional, Educator, and Supplier awards at the black-tie event.

      Also celebrated at the ...

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      Mentions: CMP PCMA Accor
    3. Don’t Fail At Retail: Tricks For Beating The Competition

      Don’t Fail At Retail: Tricks For Beating The Competition

      Launching a company in the retail industry is harder today than ever before. That is because lots of consumers purchase their goods online these days. Still, you can keep everyone happy and make a decent profit if you’re smart. In this article, we’re going to discuss some tricks you can use to ensure you always beat the competition. Like it or not, there are many established firms out there with large customer bases.

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    4. What You Missed at EMS 2017: Day One

      What You Missed at EMS 2017: Day One

      Ben Grossman of Jack Morton Worldwide presents Data University in one of the opening day workshops at EMS 2017.

      Happy Birthday to the Experiential Marketing Summit. What began 15 years ago as the experiential community’s first official gathering has ballooned into the industry’s ultimate training conference and networking event. And in honor of this special year, we’re back in the city where it all began… Chicago, baby! It’s good to be home.

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      Mentions: Chicago Jack Morton
    5. Change These 3 Things to Drive More Event Attendance

      Change These 3 Things to Drive More Event Attendance

      This is a sponsored post by Maggie Jones, Managing Editor at Eventbrite. More information about Event Manager Blog’s sponsored posts. Want to grow your event this year? Here are three simple, high-impact changes to make. Are you happy with your last event’s attendance rate? For most event pros, the answer is “not quite.” If you […]

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    6. Why I Think AI Will Change How We Attend Events

      Why I Think AI Will Change How We Attend Events

      Artificial Intelligence (AI) is changing the way we attend events. Chatbots, concierge apps will revolutionise the event experience. Learn why. If you caught me around the country speaking over the last few months, you may have noticed I’ve gone Google Glass on VR and AI. And what I mean by that is that I’ve bet […]

      The post Why I Think AI Will Change How We Attend Events by Julius Solaris appeared first on http://www.EventManagerBlog.com

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      Mentions: LinkedIn
    7. 5 Habits of Highly Successful Event Managers

      5 Habits of Highly Successful Event Managers

      Event managers have a lot of responsibilities to juggle, from new bookings and last-minute requests to preparing staff. It takes a lot of coordination to keep all those balls in the air—and having the right habits helps to get the job done.

      From using the right tools to following best practices, here are some most valuable habits of today’s most successful event planners:

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    8. Music: The Unsung Hero of an Event

      Music: The Unsung Hero of an Event

      As the producer of countless general sessions for large-scale conventions, annual meetings, and events for corporate and association clients for more than 25 years, I’ve had many opportunities to observe what show elements make the most difference. Music tops that list, yet it’s often treated as an afterthought—an unsung hero, if you will—which can lead to unexpected, preventable miscues and missteps.

      Here’s what to consider when planning the music for your next event:

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    9. Choose Your Carrots: New White Paper Casts Doubt on Assumptions for Rewarding Employees

      A new white paper released last week by The Incentive Research Foundation suggests that some commonly held beliefs about what motivates people may be wrong. “Using Behavioral Economics Insights in Incentives, Rewards, and Recognition: A Nudge Guide” two assumptions that most people make are challenged by new evidence. The first is that people make decisions rationally and in their own best interests; the second is that money is the best motivator.

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    10. 10 Conferences That Excel at Exclusive VIP Experiences

      10 Conferences That Excel at Exclusive VIP Experiences

      Do you want attendees to squeal like pre-teens at their first boy band concert? Then consider offering exclusive experiences and upgrades at your next event. Read on for examples you can apply to your events. Have you ever scored backstage passes? Then you know the thrill of experiencing things few have before you. There’s a […]

      The post 10 Conferences That Excel at Exclusive VIP Experiences by Christina Green appeared first on http://www.EventManagerBlog.com

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      Mentions: Orlando
    11. Chauvet Professional LED Fixtures Add Aesthetics and Efficiency To NRHS Theater

      BRISTOL, NH -- (For Immediate Release) –- Every summer the population of New Hampshire’s rural Grafton County on beautiful Newfound Lake swells with vacationers from Boston and New York. But in late April, before the visitors arrive, local residents enjoy a quintessential small town community building event when the Newfound Regional High School drama department hosts the Annual School Musical.

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      Mentions: Connecticut Boston
    12. Getting out of a Bind(er)

      Once cutting edge, online invites and e-registration have become mainstream. Gone are paper invites, registration forms, and onsite agendas. Yet somehow those cumbersome, clumsy, antiquated three-ring binders full of content are still finding their way into meeting rooms. If you want to achieve the holy trinity of savings—time, money, and the environment—it’s time to adopt e-content.

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    13. Immersive Storytelling at Fashion Fair with Dataton Watchout

      Immersive Storytelling at Fashion Fair with Dataton Watchout

      With its usual date with the Italian "Pitti Imagine Uomo" fashion fair on the horizon, luxury brand Blauer USA turned to DrawLight Immersive Studio for an innovative approach that would embody the history, quality of materials and lifestyle of the company's designs. DrawLight presented a bold concept using Dataton WATCHOUT multi-display software to create an immersive experience.

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