1. Articles from Christina Green

    1-24 of 49 1 2 »
    1. 11 Ways to Avoid Phone Calls and Still Be Successful

      11 Ways to Avoid Phone Calls and Still Be Successful

      Ever wish you didn’t have to put up with annoying phone call interruptions and making cold calls? It is possible. Here are some suggestions on how event planners can effectively minimize the distraction without impairing communication and sales. Every productivity guru will tell you to minimize distractions if you want to get things done. Often […]

      The post 11 Ways to Avoid Phone Calls and Still Be Successful by Christina Green appeared first on http://www.EventManagerBlog.com

      Read Full Article
    2. Want to Plan Better Events? Make Yourself Uncomfortable

      Want to Plan Better Events? Make Yourself Uncomfortable

      Do you want to innovate and grow as an event professional? Do you want to plan better events? If so, it’s time to get uncomfortable. The magic begins where your comfort zone ends. Growth never occurs within your comfort zone. Have you seen these quotes making their way on the internet as inspirational image memes? […]

      The post Want to Plan Better Events? Make Yourself Uncomfortable by Christina Green appeared first on http://www.EventManagerBlog.com

      Read Full Article
    3. 8 Tips To Get More Referrals for Your Event Business

      8 Tips To Get More Referrals for Your Event Business

      If your event business is new or struggling, the easiest and least expensive way to grow it is through referral marketing, but how do you get happy clients and attendees to talk about you? Try these tips. It’s understandable that people would be willing to hire an event planner that a good friend referred them […]

      The post 8 Tips To Get More Referrals for Your Event Business by Christina Green appeared first on http://www.EventManagerBlog.com

      Read Full Article
    4. 10 Old Event Tactics It’s Time to Ditch

      10 Old Event Tactics It’s Time to Ditch

      Event professionals need to stay on top of current trends. Not doing so can place their client list in jeopardy. Are you doing any of these 10 things? If so, it’s time to let them go. A former boss of mine came of age in the late 70s and early 80s. You know the years […]

      The post 10 Old Event Tactics It’s Time to Ditch by Christina Green appeared first on http://www.EventManagerBlog.com

      Read Full Article
    5. 10 Venues that Put Event Planners First

      10 Venues that Put Event Planners First

      Are you tired of all the battles you fight on an event planning stage? The venue you select can decrease your stresses in the same way a good team can. Here’s a list of venues that assist the work you’re doing. Most spaces are eager to tell you they are the best at hosting, but […]

      The post 10 Venues that Put Event Planners First by Christina Green appeared first on http://www.EventManagerBlog.com

      Read Full Article
      Mentions: Digital
    6. 6 Ways to Use Events to Grow Your Product User Base

      6 Ways to Use Events to Grow Your Product User Base

      If you’re looking for a way to increase your product user base, events are a great way to do it. Here are some event types that can help. Let’s assume you’re happy with your product or service. You think it’s the tops. Or maybe your client thinks her business is awesome but it’s taking longer […]

      The post 6 Ways to Use Events to Grow Your Product User Base by Christina Green appeared first on http://www.EventManagerBlog.com

      Read Full Article
    7. 7 Things Seth Godin Can Teach You About Event Planning

      7 Things Seth Godin Can Teach You About Event Planning

      Leaders can learn a lot from reading and Seth Godin is one of those authors you just want to sit down and have coffee with. His practical advice speaks to professionals in a variety of industries. These quotes can help you see event planning from a new perspective and may inspire you to forge your […]

      The post 7 Things Seth Godin Can Teach You About Event Planning by Christina Green appeared first on http://www.EventManagerBlog.com

      Read Full Article
    8. How to Create Knock-Out Sponsorship Packages for Recurring events

      How to Create Knock-Out Sponsorship Packages for Recurring events

      Are you trying to line up sponsors for recurring events with little lead time in between? Here are a few things to keep in mind as your sponsor needs will differ from other one-off events. Securing event sponsorship for any event can be challenging and sponsorship models and expectations of the past are changing. Recurring […]

      The post How to Create Knock-Out Sponsorship Packages for Recurring events by Christina Green appeared first on http://www.EventManagerBlog.com

      Read Full Article
    9. 6 Ways to Use Mind Maps in Event Planning

      6 Ways to Use Mind Maps in Event Planning

      Looking for a way to organize your events differently? Want a tool that plays to the visual person you are? Mind mapping may be just what you need. Are you a visual person? Have you ever had to spell out a word on paper just to see if it “looked right”? If you need to […]

      The post 6 Ways to Use Mind Maps in Event Planning by Christina Green appeared first on http://www.EventManagerBlog.com

      Read Full Article
    10. I Am a Good Event Planner But Nobody Shows Up

      I Am a Good Event Planner But Nobody Shows Up

      Are you a good event planner with dwindling event numbers? You may be making some of these common newbie mistakes. Planning an event and driving traffic to it are two different skill sets. The first requires meticulous attention to detail, while the latter involves marketing and people skills. The first falls in the introvert’s wheelhouse, […]

      The post I Am a Good Event Planner But Nobody Shows Up by Christina Green appeared first on http://www.EventManagerBlog.com

      Read Full Article
    11. 12 Events that Understand the Use of Technology

      12 Events that Understand the Use of Technology

      Are you struggling with technology at events or are you just looking for new ways to use it? These events can help show you new ways to connect through tech. Have you ever talked to an event planner who swears his/her audience hates tech? They don’t use it, not social, they don’t read blogs. Nothing. […]

      The post 12 Events that Understand the Use of Technology by Christina Green appeared first on http://www.EventManagerBlog.com

      Read Full Article
    12. 6 Ways Coachella Is Redefining Concert Events

      6 Ways Coachella Is Redefining Concert Events

      Think concerts are all the same from a hosting standpoint? Coachella Music and Arts Festival sets the bar high. Here’s how it’s redefining the concert space. The Coachella Music and Arts Festival is an annual celebration of all kinds of music, from established artists to reuniting bands, and brand new acts as well as art […]

      The post 6 Ways Coachella Is Redefining Concert Events by Christina Green appeared first on http://www.EventManagerBlog.com

      Read Full Article
    13. How Successful Event Planners Plan Their Week

      How Successful Event Planners Plan Their Week

      Don’t let your week rule you. Get in charge with easy-to-implement tips to organize your next 7 days. Have you ever been around someone who seems to have everything together? Even unexpected things seem to roll right off of them and they have a solution for every problem. Most people do not come by this […]

      The post How Successful Event Planners Plan Their Week by Christina Green appeared first on http://www.EventManagerBlog.com

      Read Full Article
    14. 5 Events that Measure Clear ROI

      5 Events that Measure Clear ROI

      Return on investment in events is about more than being in the black and coming in at budget. There are other considerations and goals outside of making a profit. Take a look at how these events added to their ROI calculations. Years ago, calculating the return on investment (ROI) on an event was easy. You […]

      The post 5 Events that Measure Clear ROI by Christina Green appeared first on http://www.EventManagerBlog.com

      Read Full Article
    15. An Eventprofs Guide to Projection Mapping

      An Eventprofs Guide to Projection Mapping

      Have you used projection mapping at your events? Have you felt the limitation of what you can project against, wishing you could project on a more fluid background? No longer. Take a look at what you can expect in the near future. A bride surrounded by a spotlight of stars. A fairy glides across the […]

      The post An Eventprofs Guide to Projection Mapping by Christina Green appeared first on http://www.EventManagerBlog.com

      Read Full Article
    16. 11 Reasons Why Your Event Content Marketing Efforts Aren’t Working

      11 Reasons Why Your Event Content Marketing Efforts Aren’t Working

      Content marketing is one of the most popular and effective tools in attracting attention and it’s here to stay. But not everyone has good success with it when it comes to their events. If you’re floundering, we may know the reason why. Content marketing is not a balm or a panacea for low event attendance. […]

      The post 11 Reasons Why Your Event Content Marketing Efforts Aren’t Working by Christina Green appeared first on http://www.EventManagerBlog.com

      Read Full Article
    17. 10 Tactics to Beat Your Competitors

      10 Tactics to Beat Your Competitors

      Competition is stiff for attendees and for clients. It’s hard to “get heard” in today’s world. You have to do something to stand out and beat the competition. Here are a few ideas. When it comes to competition, event planners get it from two fronts. There’s the competition they have from other event planners in […]

      The post 10 Tactics to Beat Your Competitors by Christina Green appeared first on http://www.EventManagerBlog.com

      Read Full Article
    18. Want to Make a Career Change? What You Need to Know About Working in Events

      Want to Make a Career Change? What You Need to Know About Working in Events

      Think event planning is for you? Ready to leave your current industry for a life of parties? Here’s what you need to know before making the big leap. Many people are attracted to event planning because they notice they have a knack for organization. They get involved as a volunteer or throwing a party for […]

      The post Want to Make a Career Change? What You Need to Know About Working in Events by Christina Green appeared first on http://www.EventManagerBlog.com

      Read Full Article
    19. 9 Small Events That Show Big Isn’t Always Better

      9 Small Events That Show Big Isn’t Always Better

      Is bigger better? Not always when it comes to events. Small events offer several things larger ones can’t. Find out how you can captivate a smaller crowd with these popular examples. Size matters but bigger is not always better. At least not when it comes to events. Sure, giants deserve their due and managing them […]

      The post 9 Small Events That Show Big Isn’t Always Better by Christina Green appeared first on http://www.EventManagerBlog.com

      Read Full Article
      Mentions: TED Conference
    20. How To Save Money and Cut Costs on Speakers

      How To Save Money and Cut Costs on Speakers

      A keynote speaker can cost a pretty penny and sometimes you don’t get what you pay for because of a disconnect with the audience. So how do you make smart budget decisions while still providing your audience with the thrills and education they desire? The perfect event formula: hire a big name keynote. Market the […]

      The post How To Save Money and Cut Costs on Speakers by Christina Green appeared first on http://www.EventManagerBlog.com

      Read Full Article
    21. How to Write a Perfect Event Sponsorship Proposal

      How to Write a Perfect Event Sponsorship Proposal

      Bringing on sponsors is a difficult but necessary task. If you’re not prepared with the perfect sponsorship proposal, you can bet someone else is. Here’s what you need to know in order to craft a winning sponsorship proposal. Years ago I worked for a company that wanted to make a big impression on the industry. […]

      The post How to Write a Perfect Event Sponsorship Proposal by Christina Green appeared first on http://www.EventManagerBlog.com

      Read Full Article
      Mentions: LinkedIn
    22. Planning an Event Today Versus 20 years Ago

      Planning an Event Today Versus 20 years Ago

      Do you long for simpler times? Event planning in the 90s was anything but. Take a walk with us down memory lane, or don’t. Whatever. For those of us old enough to remember the 90s, it would seem difficult to go back. From a nostalgic factor, there are plenty of fun things to remember – […]

      The post Planning an Event Today Versus 20 years Ago by Christina Green appeared first on http://www.EventManagerBlog.com

      Read Full Article
    23. 8 Tips to End Attendee Early Departure

      8 Tips to End Attendee Early Departure

      Are you worried about people leaving your event early? You should be if you’re not doing these 8 things. No one leaves the concert of their favorite band early. No one leaves a sporting final that comes down to the wire and no one leaves anything when they are having the time of their lives. […]

      The post 8 Tips to End Attendee Early Departure by Christina Green appeared first on http://www.EventManagerBlog.com

      Read Full Article
      Mentions: Metro
    24. The Worst Advice We Have Ever Heard About Event Planning

      The Worst Advice We Have Ever Heard About Event Planning

      From superstitions to platitudes, event planners hear all kinds of advice. Here are some examples of the worst of the worst. When I left my corporate job and started my own business I had several well-meaning friends who forwarded me job descriptions with polite emails that read, “Thought you might be interested.” They didn’t really […]

      The post The Worst Advice We Have Ever Heard About Event Planning by Christina Green appeared first on http://www.EventManagerBlog.com

      Read Full Article
    1-24 of 49 1 2 »
  1. Categories

  2. Topics in the News

    1. (2 articles) CVB
    2. (2 articles) American Society of Association Executives
    3. (1 articles) TED Conference
    4. (1 articles) Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
    5. (1 articles) Metro
    6. (1 articles) SeaWorld
    7. (1 articles) LinkedIn
    8. (1 articles) Boston
    9. (1 articles) Massachusetts
    10. (1 articles) Atlanta
    11. (1 articles) ROI
    12. (1 articles) CVB
    13. (1 articles) Tradeshows
    14. (1 articles) VDA
    15. (1 articles) Boston
    16. (1 articles) Massachusetts
    17. (1 articles) Chicago
  3. Popular Articles

  4. Picture Gallery

    Killing the Cliques and Other Networking Tips for a Successful Annual Meeting How to Attract Influencers to Your Annual Meeting How to Use Gamification at Your Next Association Conference How To Handle 4 Association PR Nightmares 6 Ways to Ruin Your Conference Sessions 3 Vital Ingredients For The Success of Your Next Conference 10 Tactics to Make Your Exhibitors Happy 6 Questions to Challenge Your Event Tech Supplier The Rise of Pop-up Events and What Event Planners Need to Know 20 Affordable Ideas to Give Your Event the Wow Factor VDA Productions Adds More Experiences to Experiential Marketing Summit 2017 Networking & Excursions Premier ... - Yahoo Finance 3 New Ways to Incorporate Virtual Reality at Your Events