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    1. The Story of #Eventprofs

      The Story of #Eventprofs

      If you read this blog and share its articles on social media, you probably used the hashtag #eventprofs. How did it start? Where is it going? I love #eventprofs. Whenever I refer to someone working in the event industry, I refer to them as event professionals. It is that perfect term that blends it all […]

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    2. 6 Confidence Killers That Prevent You From Being A Super Eventprof

      6 Confidence Killers That Prevent You From Being A Super Eventprof

      As we grow and become super #eventprofs, there will always be times where our confidence is shaky. By understanding how to battle confidence killers along the way, you can successfully defeat them! Being confident is an important aspect to being a successful #eventprof. Every once in awhile, though, you may find your confidence slipping. While […]

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    3. 11 Stupid Event Rules that Drive Everyone Insane

      11 Stupid Event Rules that Drive Everyone Insane

      Just because it’s always been done that way, is no reason to continue the foolishness. It’s time to get rid of these 11 outdated rules and traditions in the event industry. Every job has its stupid rules and sacred cows that may have existed for a reason at some point but their need has long […]

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    4. What Stranger Things and Event Planning Have in Common

      What Stranger Things and Event Planning Have in Common

      Sometimes you can draw parallels from your real life to a TV show or series. For event planners, you may be surprised to learn that planning an event has more in common with the Netflix hit Stranger Things than you might think… Netflix has been on a roll recently with its popular original TV shows […]

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    5. 11 Ways to Market Your Event with No Money

      11 Ways to Market Your Event with No Money

      If your event budget is tight, don’t fret. There are many no-cost marketing solutions. Market your event for free (or nearly so) with these ideas. You can host a spectacular event with no money in your marketing budget but you can’t host an event with no marketing. Marketing is incredibly important to a successful event. […]

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    6. 4 Epic Event Customer Service Fails (and How You Can Learn from Them!)

      4 Epic Event Customer Service Fails (and How You Can Learn from Them!)

      Customer service is key in any industry, but in events it can make or break your reputation. Here are 4 fails from the world of events and what all event planners can learn from them. When something goes wrong at an event, the way that you handle it with your customers will ultimately impact the […]

      The post 4 Epic Event Customer Service Fails (and How You Can Learn from Them!) by Kelli White appeared first on http://www.EventManagerBlog.com

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    7. 8 Time Sucking Tasks and How To Streamline Them

      8 Time Sucking Tasks and How To Streamline Them

      Are you finding yourself spending too much time on certain jobs? If so, take a step back and see if you can streamline and speed up your daily tasks! “Never neglect details. When everyone’s mind is dulled or distracted, the leader must be doubly vigilant.” – Colin Powell An #eventprofs day is stacked full of […]

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    8. Has the Event App Bubble Burst?

      Has the Event App Bubble Burst?

      This is a sponsored post written by Florian Courgenouil, Marketing Director, Goomeo. More information about Event Manager Blog’s sponsored posts. Smartphone app downloads worldwide are slowing down considerably. In an industry battling to raise app adoption and engagement levels is this the beginning of the end for event mobile apps too? The volume of downloads from the […]

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    9. 7 Inspiring and Outrageous Experiential Marketing examples

      7 Inspiring and Outrageous Experiential Marketing examples

      There is no small experiential marketing. The very definition says, “go big or go home.” Here are a few examples of just how big some companies are willing to go to reach their audience and make an impact. From unexpected gifts to pop-up hotels, see how some brands made a big impression. Experiential marketing combines […]

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    10. How To Get More Sleep the Night Before Your Event

      How To Get More Sleep the Night Before Your Event

      Preparing for an event is often exhausting and stressful, and sleepless nights are unfortunately all too common for eventprofs in the days leading up to big events. Here are some tips that can help you get some extra ZZZs. Sleep is essential for productivity and awareness. Stop thinking about sleep as a waste of time […]

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    11. The Power of Nostalgia for Events

      The Power of Nostalgia for Events

      A recent study has revealed the power of nostalgia on human behaviour and most interestingly on spending and donating patterns. How and why should we try to incorporate this state of mind into our events and event marketing? Memories are a powerful thing. A song, a smell, a picture, is all it takes and you […]

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    12. 10 Inspiring Exhibition Booth Designs

      10 Inspiring Exhibition Booth Designs

      Exhibition booths are constantly evolving in terms of design, display and experience. Get inspired by some of the latest innovations observed at major trade shows around the world. The notion of the “exhibit environment” is rising and the stakes are high. Booth design is a serious business and many of the major trade shows are […]

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    13. Exclusive: Event Professionals Comment on the Olympics Opening Ceremony

      Exclusive: Event Professionals Comment on the Olympics Opening Ceremony

      One of the most discussed opening ceremony of the history of the Olympics just happened. What do event professionals have to say? How would you rate it? Who doesn’t love the Olympics? The biggest event. Billions to produce it, years to make it happen, half of the world population watching. Olympics also mean extensive effort […]

      The post Exclusive: Event Professionals Comment on the Olympics Opening Ceremony by Julius Solaris appeared first on http://www.EventManagerBlog.com

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    14. How to Show Your Attendees You Care

      How to Show Your Attendees You Care

      This is a sponsored post written by Kristen Carvalho, Sr. Content and Social Media Manager at etouches. More information about Event Manager Blog’s sponsored posts. You don’t have a second chance to make a first impression. Keep this in mind when thinking how you should welcome attendees to your event. When hosting your event, you want your […]

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    15. 5 Events That Have Seen Massive Growth and What We Can Learn From Them

      5 Events That Have Seen Massive Growth and What We Can Learn From Them

      Some events are are meant to stay, they go from strength to strength, develop a cult-like following and will go down in the history books. Here we explore how five iconic music festivals, conferences and exhibitions – kings of events – have managed to achieve massive growth, live long and prosper in a very competitive […]

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    16. The Biggest Threat to The Event Industry

      The Biggest Threat to The Event Industry

      The rest of 2016 and 2017 are set to be quite disruptive. Technology and political changes will shake up the event industry as we know it. Are you ready to embrace the change? I am not sure if you noticed but there is a lot going on in the world. The last 6 months have […]

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    17. Etiquette of Event Planners – Things You Should and Should Not Do

      Etiquette of Event Planners – Things You Should and Should Not Do

      As an event planner there are ways to do things in the correct way and things you should never do. Here is the unwritten event etiquette rules every good eventprof should follow. Event etiquette is important to ensure you do not overstep your boundaries or get a reputation for being unprofessional. Below are a few […]

      The post Etiquette of Event Planners – Things You Should and Should Not Do by Holly Barker appeared first on http://www.EventManagerBlog.com

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    18. 12 Things to Cover Before Using Airbnb for Your Next Event

      12 Things to Cover Before Using Airbnb for Your Next Event

      Do you often have clients with French fry budgets and caviar tastes? If so, you might consider a new trend in event venues – Airbnb. Ready to book an Airbnb for your next event? Here’s what you need to know. Airbnb’s Chip Conley, head of hospitality and strategy announced that the popular vacation rental site […]

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    19. 7 Social Media Lessons from the Republican and Democratic Conventions

      7 Social Media Lessons from the Republican and Democratic Conventions

      Event planners can learn a lot from the next level social media strategies implemented during the RNC and DNC Conventions. Integrated strategies, new platforms, and data are paving the way for the evolution of events. Here are the top seven social media lessons for your events. Disclaimer: You will not find any discussion of politics […]

      The post 7 Social Media Lessons from the Republican and Democratic Conventions by Nick Borelli appeared first on http://www.EventManagerBlog.com

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    20. Are You An #EventProf Micro Manager?

      Are You An #EventProf Micro Manager?

      “I am a micromanager,” said no event manager ever! Here’s what you need to know to find out if you actually are a micromanager and how it hurts your entire team if you are! As an #eventprof, attention to detail is critical for success. This is where micromanaging pops up it’s ugly head! When working […]

      The post Are You An #EventProf Micro Manager? by Jeannie Power appeared first on http://www.EventManagerBlog.com

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    21. 5 Interactive Ways To Get Real-Time Event Feedback

      5 Interactive Ways To Get Real-Time Event Feedback

      Thinking outside of the box using creative ways to plan and design events is what we do as event professionals. We should be using more creative ways to get feedback on our work and the client’s investment too. Whilst you are in the planning stages of your event, you should already be thinking about how […]

      The post 5 Interactive Ways To Get Real-Time Event Feedback by James Morgan appeared first on http://www.EventManagerBlog.com

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    22. 10 Trends in Corporate Events

      10 Trends in Corporate Events

      Offering the hottest trends to clients sets you apart from other event planners. Are you ready for the latest trends in corporate event planning? Here are a few ways you can incorporate them into your event events and event planning company. One of the best ways to make a name for yourself in the event […]

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    23. How to Increase Engagement with your Event App by 350% [Case Study]

      How to Increase Engagement with your Event App by 350% [Case Study]

      This is a case study from Florian Courgenouil, Marketing Director, Goomeo. More information about Event Manager Blog’s case studies. If you invest in a mobile app for your event you want to be sure that people will download and use it. This case study outlines how one exhibition increased engagement with their event app by 350%. […]

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    24. 10 Great Venues in Europe for Events with 1000+ Attendees

      10 Great Venues in Europe for Events with 1000+ Attendees

      Here are 10 venues in 10 cities where you can comfortably cater for larger capacity events while indulging in the authentic uniqueness of European culture. North American and Asian #eventprofs don’t realize how lucky they are. Cities in the US and China offer an embarrassment of choice when it comes to venues with capacities for […]

      The post 10 Great Venues in Europe for Events with 1000+ Attendees by Padraic Gilligan appeared first on http://www.EventManagerBlog.com

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