1. Articles from Christina Green

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    1. Improve Your Tradeshow Navigation with These Inspired Examples

      Improve Your Tradeshow Navigation with These Inspired Examples

      Ensure your attendees make the most of your event and trade show by providing easy-to-use resources to navigate their way around. Here are examples from five events that will give you ideas on how you can improve your wayfinding. Do you remember the story of Hansel and Gretel, the two kids lost in the woods […]

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      Mentions: Las Vegas
    2. A Step by Step Guide to Make the Most Out of Your Speakers

      A Step by Step Guide to Make the Most Out of Your Speakers

      Organization may seem like a personal problem but it has a ripple effect throughout much of the event. A disorganized approach to your event may be causing your speakers more work and making your content less effective. Here are a few things you can do to remedy that. Everyone knows it’s important to be organized […]

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    3. A Short Guide to Rejuvenating Old Events

      A Short Guide to Rejuvenating Old Events

      Do you have a traditional event or organization that while it’s stood the test of time, is failing to recruit new life for the future? Sometimes wanting younger people or ‘fresh blood’ isn’t about increased ticket sales, but about survival. Here are a few ways you can rework your marketing and programming to attract new […]

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      Mentions: Digital
    4. Design-Driven Project Management for Event Planners

      Design-Driven Project Management for Event Planners

      Do you want to run your event, team, and suppliers more effectively? It’s time to embrace design-driven project management. Here’s how: Event planners juggle a lot of roles and responsibilities. But no matter how good you are at your job, you will at some point be relying on someone else to do something. Sometimes those […]

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    5. The Power of Group Interaction in Winning Events

      The Power of Group Interaction in Winning Events

      Engagement keeps attendees coming back, right? And that adds to the pressure of needing to create more interactive sessions. So what do you do when group interaction isn’t living up to your expectations? Here are a few ways to increase engagement and interaction in your breakout sessions. Most event planners these days long for interactive […]

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    6. How to Design an Event Flyer That Gets Attention

      How to Design an Event Flyer That Gets Attention

      Marketing is a critical piece of all of your events and that includes visually appealing flyers. But what does it take to create a visual masterpiece? Here’s what you need to know. Today’s design software has made it simple to create an event flyer. There are easy-to-use templates that even suggest colors, fonts, and image […]

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    7. 15 Trick Questions Event Planners Ask Attendees

      15 Trick Questions Event Planners Ask Attendees

      It’s all in the question. Event planners ask attendees a lot of questions but those posed are not always as they seem. Find out the hidden meanings behind the smart questions we ask our attendees. It’s illegal in a job interview to ask someone if they have children. Yet once I was asked to name […]

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    8. The Dynamics of Unique Value Proposition in Your Events

      The Dynamics of Unique Value Proposition in Your Events

      Are you tired of everything coming down to money when talking with prospective clients? Are you trying to figure out how to get them to see your value? Hint: it can’t be done in a sales pitch. As a business, you need a unique value proposition for your event planning services and the events you […]

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    9. 7 Steps to Customizing Your Venue Selection

      7 Steps to Customizing Your Venue Selection

      Want to try a new way to connect with your attendees? Select a venue that reflects your organization’s mission. Here’s what you need to consider to connect your mission to your venue selection. If you’re an event planner working with a specialized organization or brand with a dedicated mission, it can be very effective to […]

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    10. 15 Ways to Tailor Event Education to Your Audience

      15 Ways to Tailor Event Education to Your Audience

      Personalization is essential to a successful event. It’s quickly becoming an attendee expectation. But how do you personalize learning outside of tracks in a way that scales? If marketers, and more generally business people, have discovered anything over the past few years it’s that everyone wants to be unique. Some of us even want to […]

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    11. 6 Coping Strategies for Last-minute Event Changes

      6 Coping Strategies for Last-minute Event Changes

      Are you stressed out over last-minute client changes and bookings? Get control back without getting fired with these six ideas. In your personal life, last-minute changes often yield fun surprises: an unexpected trip, a visit to the movies on a day you were hoping for sun, or a music substitution for an opening band that […]

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    12. 16 Ways to Stretch Your Event Budget

      16 Ways to Stretch Your Event Budget

      Are you looking to host an event but your budget doesn’t seem large enough to cover lunch in a cafeteria? No worries. These tips can help you make the most of a small budget. If you’re working with an extremely limited budget, what can you do? Attendees have expectations for events and it’s not as […]

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    13. 6 Things To Do When You Inherit a Struggling Event

      6 Things To Do When You Inherit a Struggling Event

      Inheriting a struggling event is a challenge or a burden depending on your attitude. But with a couple of steps you can launch a much different, more successful happening. You hear it in sports franchises all the time–how will the new coach turn things around? You hear it on a company level too. What will […]

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    14. The Event Planner’s Guide to Experiential Marketing

      The Event Planner’s Guide to Experiential Marketing

      What are the key components of a successful experiential marketing campaign and how can event planners use live brand marketing to its full advantage without it costing the earth?   Experiential marketing is live event marketing that engages an audience with a brand like nothing else. Clips of experiential marketing often go viral because of […]

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    15. 7 Wrong Reasons for Becoming an Event Planner

      7 Wrong Reasons for Becoming an Event Planner

      Are you considering going into event planning? Or are you currently dabbling in it and want to make it your full-time career? Whether you’re thinking about it or are already in it, you don’t want to take on the career if you’re doing it for these misconceptions. If you think this article is written to […]

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    16. 9 Ways You Should Never Announce Your Event

      9 Ways You Should Never Announce Your Event

      Announcing an event, or making a big product announcement, opens you up to all sorts of mishaps. Preparation really is the best medicine. Try these ideas to cut down on the likelihood of something going terribly wrong at your event. You’ve dreamed up a perfect event announcement or drum roll at your event and then […]

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    17. 10 Events that Take Security Seriously

      10 Events that Take Security Seriously

      Event security is serious business these days. Here are ten events that make it a top priority. Today’s event planners need to think about safety on multiple levels. There are the growing concerns around physical crowd safety but that’s not the only thing event managers need to be on top of. Cyber security and data […]

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    18. 50 Life Lessons Event Planners Have Learned Well

      50 Life Lessons Event Planners Have Learned Well

      Old timers are full of good advice but event planners have a lot of their own too. Check out these life lessons that event planners have learned way too well. When it comes to event planners most of us have been educated at the school of hard knocks. We’ve learned over and over through things […]

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    19. Utilizing the Power of Storytelling at Your Next Event

      Utilizing the Power of Storytelling at Your Next Event

      “Tell me a story” is not just a bedtime-stalling tactic practiced by elementary school children everywhere. It’s a desire that runs as an undercurrent of many cultures. If you’re not using storytelling at your event, you’re missing an opportunity for connection and much more. Okay, let’s be honest. There is no measurable way to prove […]

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      Mentions: Atlanta
    20. 18 Ways to Get More People to Your Fundraising Event

      18 Ways to Get More People to Your Fundraising Event

      It’s difficult to have a successful fundraising event without attendees. If you’re struggling to get more people to your fundraiser, it’s time you branch out. Try these ideas. A fundraiser is only as successful as the people you get in attendance. If you’re inviting huge lists and only a fraction of them come, it’s time […]

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    21. 13 Honest Truths Why You’re Not Earning the Event Planner Salary You Want

      13 Honest Truths Why You’re Not Earning the Event Planner Salary You Want

      Are you happy with the salary you’re making as an event planner? If not, there’s something you can do about it. But first, we have to be honest about why you’re not getting what you want. It’s easy to look at high-paid athletes and lament that your salary will never compare to what they bring […]

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    22. 13 Little Things Venues Can Do That Mean a Lot to Event Planners

      13 Little Things Venues Can Do That Mean a Lot to Event Planners

      It’s hard to impress event planners with grandiose shows. They’ve seen a lot. But for venues that want to make an impression on them, it’s often the little things that do the trick. Venue managers can try and impress event planners with food porn and impressive lighting displays, but sometimes the decision comes down to […]

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    23. How To Get Support To Innovate Your Event

      How To Get Support To Innovate Your Event

      Don’t get mired in the old ways of doing things with a conservative board, client, or employer who’s fearful of change. Present your ideas to innovate with confidence by following these tips. You’re stuck, or rather, the people you work for are. Those behind your event just can’t seem to embrace this century. They don’t […]

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    24. 8 Ways to Jazz up Your Evening Reception Events

      8 Ways to Jazz up Your Evening Reception Events

      Need something new to replace your boring champagne reception? Here are a few ideas to start revving your imagination motor for evening social receptions. It’s hard to build excitement around the same old, same old kind of event receptions but it’s also difficult to switch something up when it is an event planning tradition. Event […]

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