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    1. 4 Ways To Travel Like An Event Professional

      4 Ways To Travel Like An Event Professional

      Does travelling always seem to stress you out? Don’t forget that you are an amazing #eventprof! Unpack those skills and do a little planning to make travelling smooth and enjoyable! Plan to Stay Healthy Whether it’s watching what you eat, drinking more water, conquering the ever-elusive hotel fitness center, or doing it all, plan to […]

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    2. 5 Ways to Be an AMAZING Event Planner!

      5 Ways to Be an AMAZING Event Planner!

      It’s important to nail down what your goals and objectives are to be an amazing event planner, not only for the near future, but for your extended career. Here are 5 ways to do just that! You may be in the know with trends and upcoming cool gadgets, but how do you plan to implement […]

      The post 5 Ways to Be an AMAZING Event Planner! by Holly Barker appeared first on http://www.EventManagerBlog.com

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    3. 5 Ways To Earn Loyal Event Attendees

      5 Ways To Earn Loyal Event Attendees

      Many great events rely on repeat attendees in order to maintain success year after year. The challenge is providing a quality experience, while also leaving your guests wanting more. When someone has a wonderful experience at an event, they can’t wait to return! After a fantastic event many attendees are already pumped to book their […]

      The post 5 Ways To Earn Loyal Event Attendees by Kelli White appeared first on http://www.EventManagerBlog.com

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      Mentions: Chicago
    4. 9 Things Students Can Teach You About CSR

      9 Things Students Can Teach You About CSR

      Service projects have become a staple fixture of events. But some projects can leave you wondering how effective they are, and who really benefits. This fall students in the British Columbia Institute of Technology’s Sustainable Event Management Program were challenged to create a diversity of event concepts that show-and-tell the secrets to effective event CSR. […]

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    5. 5 Steps for Developing a Successful Event Team

      Is your event team ready to provide high-quality events? Your job as the event manager is to make sure the team is properly prepared! Being part of an awesome event team, not only makes the event more successful, but provides a fun and enjoyable work atmosphere. The five tips below are guidelines for ensuring a […]

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    6. 5 Tips to be a More Positive Event Professional in 2016

      5 Tips to be a More Positive Event Professional in 2016

      In a world that seems to be full of drama, stress, and negative thoughts and actions, it is an ever-increasing challenge to stay positive. While I hope we all want to be positive people, it is sometimes hard not to get sucked into the habit of complaining and negativity. Here are some ways that you […]

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    7. 3 Codes of Conduct for Event Planners

      To maintain a professional experience at any event, it’s important to abide by several codes of conduct as an event planner to ensure you’re not only being professional, but also creating an organized and unique experience for event attendees. The best event planners strive to be the best planners they can be for any event. […]

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    8. Is Your Family Part of Your Event Professional Life?

      Is Your Family Part of Your Event Professional Life?

      As you know, being an #eventprof is a wonderful adventure! There are times, though, where the hours become long and you are extremely busy. Even for an experienced planner, those long hours away can be difficult for both you and your family. Having a plan and strategies to handle the struggles that come along with […]

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    9. New Year Resolutions for Event Planners

      As the year draws to a close many of us take the time to reflect on the last 12 months and pledge some changes we would like to make for the new year ahead. Apparently a staggering 50% of the population make New Year Resolutions. They can be a powerful motivator if you set realistic […]

      The post New Year Resolutions for Event Planners by Becki Cross appeared first on http://www.EventManagerBlog.com

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    10. How to Throw the Perfect Startup Party

      How to Throw the Perfect Startup Party

      Planning, promoting and hosting a startup event is no easy feat. It takes the organisational skills of Miley Cyrus coordinating her dating schedule and a masters degree in crisis management. But get a startup party right and you have a great way to get your brand name out there, meet new customers, and celebrate the […]

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    11. The Rollercoaster Effect of Event Planning

      The Rollercoaster Effect of Event Planning

      Being an event planner may seem like a dream job to many. You get to travel to fun locations to set up and manage events of all kinds, meet amazing vendors and sponsors all around the world who you will form trusting relationships with, and brainstorm with fun teams to create unique, engaging event experiences […]

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    12. An Audacious Plan to Make Event Technology Easier

      An Audacious Plan to Make Event Technology Easier

      The event technology landscape is complex. There are almost too many platforms and apps to consider, and integration, interoperability, and expense are consistent challenges. Event planners need a way to ease the pain of automation and bring down the costs. The answer is in the Cloud. It’s safe to say that all software, all the […]

      The post An Audacious Plan to Make Event Technology Easier by Michelle Bruno appeared first on http://www.EventManagerBlog.com

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    13. How this Annual Meeting Succeeds Thanks to its Online Community

      Many associations have embraced the social learnings of their members and created private online communities. They recognize them for the effective engagement tools they are but they are also effective recruiting, publishing, and event-building tools as well. How to Create an Effective Event Tool Using Your Online Community First, you cannot decide upon, design, populate, […]

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    14. What a Social Wall Can Do For Your Event

      What a Social Wall Can Do For Your Event

      This is a sponsored post written by Bob Vaez, CEO, EventMobi. More information about Event Manager Blog’s sponsored posts. Custom live displays are offering planners new ways to inform and engage attendees onsite with social media but is the tech selling itself short? Twitter, Instagram and now social walls have exploded in popularity at events in […]

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      Mentions: LinkedIn
    15. Your Q&A Sucks. 8 Ways to Make It Better

      Your Q&A Sucks. 8 Ways to Make It Better

      A Question & Answer session is a well known ingredient in meeting design. It can be a powerful tool, but one that is often underrated. It is however also a format that is scarcely used to its full potential. Here are 8 ways to raise the standard of your Q&A’s. Q&A First In general, Q&A’s […]

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    16. 5 Social Media Tips for EventProfs

      5 Social Media Tips for EventProfs

      Social media has completely revolutionized the way companies around the world are branding and marketing themselves. The events industry is no different. The value of social media has been proclaimed over and over again. No one would argue that social media isn’t important, but there ARE several planners who would admit that it’s difficult. There […]

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    17. How to Throw the Ho Ho Ho Hottest Christmas Party

      How to Throw the Ho Ho Ho Hottest Christmas Party

      How can you make your Christmas parties extra special? From holiday decorations and gourmet goodies to great Christmas music playlists, here are some top tips. Every year when the holiday season rolls around, we can count on certain things getting stuffed: stockings, turkeys, and bellies. But one kind of stuffing that always seems to sneak […]

      The post How to Throw the Ho Ho Ho Hottest Christmas Party by Jason Scott appeared first on http://www.EventManagerBlog.com

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    18. Clients Don’t Buy What You Do. They Buy Why You Do It.

      Do you believe that events are the future? More importantly do your clients understand? This post considers why events will always be integral to the success of businesses, brands, and retaining the loyalty of those who believe in them. Those that know me would tell you I’m a people person. Those that don’t know me […]

      The post Clients Don’t Buy What You Do. They Buy Why You Do It. by Kevin Jackson appeared first on http://www.EventManagerBlog.com

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      Mentions: ROI
    19. Is Your Event Fit for Social Registration?

      Is Your Event Fit for Social Registration?

      Social logins can help event organizers increase attendance, streamline the registration process and obtain the kind of background information that few registrants would ever take the time to input. Despite the benefits, social registration may not be for everyone. Attendees are busy. They have a tendency not to put a lot of thought into registering for […]

      The post Is Your Event Fit for Social Registration? by Michelle Bruno appeared first on http://www.EventManagerBlog.com

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    20. 10 Ideas to Spice Up Your Holiday Event

      10 Ideas to Spice Up Your Holiday Event

      How can you set your events apart to ensure that your guests look forward to joining each year? The holidays are upon us. Parties and events are starting to fill our calendars, but often times these outings become so routine that we dread attending them. Try out these 10 tips to add a little flare […]

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    21. 5 Low Tech Ways to Create an Active Participatory Conference

      5 Low Tech Ways to Create an Active Participatory Conference

      The Active Participatory Model is a new way of thinking about conferences that focuses on the top 2 reasons people attend meetings: networking and learning. It’s aim is to create the most engaging and personalized experience for participants while achieving the major objective(s) – the ‘Big Why’ – for the meeting. Personalization and ‘The Big […]

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      Mentions: PCMA
    22. 7 Friends Every Successful Event Planner Needs

      7 Friends Every Successful Event Planner Needs

      Events require an interdependence between several people and several industries in order to work. There are elements of the job that require vendors for decor, and linens. There are other elements of the job that require collaboration with chefs and entertainment. Event planners even have to work alongside IT guys and government officials. We’ve said […]

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    23. Gamify Your #Eventprof Stress

      Gamify Your #Eventprof Stress

      Being a professional event planner is a stressful job. Here are 4 ways to make being an #eventprof less stressful. Whether you are a veteran or newcomer, burnout is a serious concern in our industry. The common pressures of being #eventprofs have us constantly looking for new ways to reduce and manage stress. One way […]

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