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    1. The Pathway to Explosive ROI: 3 Stages of Event Growth

      The Pathway to Explosive ROI: 3 Stages of Event Growth

      We all want to create events that have a positive impact both on our audience and on the bottom line. However, creating the conditions for profitability require knowing when to invest and when to save, when to play it safe and when to take risks. In this article we look at 3 stages of event growth and their impact on decision making.

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    2. You Have 8 Seconds to Make Your Event Count!

      You Have 8 Seconds to Make Your Event Count!

      There’s a big problem event planners today must solve as we creep into 2015 and begin mapping out our event marketing strategies for the year ahead. If you have not noticed, attendee knowledge has increased year over year, and the rate is accelerating rapidly. We have any information we need at our fingertips, available 24/7 wherever we go.

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    3. Are Universities Doing Enough to Encourage Entrepreneurial Event Managers?

      Are Universities Doing Enough to Encourage Entrepreneurial Event Managers?

      Across the world record numbers of people are engaged in entrepreneurial activity or intending to start a business within the next 3 years. But are universities and event management degree courses doing enough to instil and develop entrepreneurial spirit within students? Do graduates really see starting their own business as a viable option?

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    4. Three Ingredients to Help you Improve your Event

      Three Ingredients to Help you Improve your Event

      This is a sponsored post by Sandro Spiess, Head of Marketing at Xing Events. More information about Event Manager Blog’s sponsored posts.

      Digital technology and innovation are shaping the way we live, work and interact with others. In today’s event industry, technology plays an important role.

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    5. 4 Ways to Capitalize on the Power of Video Engagement

      4 Ways to Capitalize on the Power of Video Engagement

      As an event planner, you want to entice your audience in every way possible to attend an event. Sure, there are the usual go-to’s when planning your event marketing strategy – some of those range from creating an engaging website with collateral downloads, information on how to get the event app, and of course, exciting games and offers to win giveaways during and after the event.

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    6. How Embracing the Slow Philosophy Could Enhance your Next Event

      How Embracing the Slow Philosophy Could Enhance your Next Event

      As Event Managers we strive to ensure value and as a result we often try to cram every minute of the event schedule. But is this actually having a detrimental effect on our events? Should we actually seriously consider slowing down the pace to see the benefits?

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    7. 3 Easy Ways to Keep Any Event Budget on Track

      3 Easy Ways to Keep Any Event Budget on Track

      It’s the one-time, I MUST have that expenses that kill any event budget. Every event needs a budget. It’s the golden nugget that keeps events together. It tells us what we can afford on a small or sometimes larger scale, yet sometimes we tend to want more than what we are allowed.

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    8. Boost Your Event Communication with Automation

      Boost Your Event Communication with Automation

      This is a sponsored post by Kristen Carvalho, Content & Social Media Manager at eTouches. More information about Event Manager Blog’s sponsored posts.

      With all the different technology that is available today it is almost like you only need a team of one to run your event.

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    9. Creating Magical Partnerships with Sponsors

      Creating Magical Partnerships with Sponsors

      At most events today there are sponsors who are to thank for the entire event even taking place – without sponsorship dollars most events struggle to happen.

      As event planners we seek to find sponsors months in advance of planning an event. A sponsorship that works for one event, may not work for another.

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    10. 20 Sins of Exhibiting

      20 Sins of Exhibiting

      Time and time again I witness exhibitors making the same common mistakes at exhibitions. Avoid these top 20 sins of exhibiting to ensure that you maximise your investment and have the best chance of achieving your objectives from every show!

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    11. 12 Simple Ways to Save Money on Your Next Event Without Attendees Even Noticing

      12 Simple Ways to Save Money on Your Next Event Without Attendees Even Noticing

      Event budgets are often under scrutiny and Event Managers are constantly under pressure to deliver amazing results on shoestring budgets. Here are some simple cost saving tips you can implement without compromising on quality or your attendees even noticing!

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    12. Taking Your Brand On The Road: Choosing The Right Event Space

      Taking Your Brand On The Road: Choosing The Right Event Space

      There are innumerable benefits to active, geographically targeted events over their passive and static counterparts. When it comes to reaching your audience, convenience is king – and taking your brand to your target customer’s doorstep can be the key to tapping a wider market.

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    13. Let’s Dance! How to Create Win-Win Events

      Let’s Dance! How to Create Win-Win Events

      Creating a successful event takes a team of people of working together. It can also be a competitive and stressful environment to work in. In this article we look at how you can create events where everyone wins without compromising on quality or profitability.

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    14. Doing the Math’s on Moderation

      Doing the Math’s on Moderation

      Our society changes, rapidly, from a hierarchic organisation to one of co-creation. And so our way of meeting, deciding and achieving changes. At the same time, focus on Return on Investment makes its way into our industry, and therefor effective moderation becomes more important (at least, we think).

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    15. Better the Devil You Know? When to Change Your Event Technology

      Better the Devil You Know? When to Change Your Event Technology

      With event technology evolving rapidly we have more choice than ever before. However, changing technology can be risky. Sometimes it just feels safer to stay with what we know than upgrade to the latest thing. In this article we look at the pros and cons of changing your event technology.

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    16. You Cannot be Serious! Why Events are the Perfect Adult Playground

      You Cannot be Serious! Why Events are the Perfect Adult Playground

      There are certain types of events such as sports, music festivals and comedy shows which are designed for people to come together and play. However, there are other types of events, such as conferences and trade shows, that we don’t usually think of as play.

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    17. Think Big About Smaller Events

      Think Big About Smaller Events

      Everyone wants to plan and produce mega-events with thousands of attendees, massive general sessions and hundreds of workshops and seminars. Yet the reality is that the vast majority of events are smaller ones, with an average audience of 100 people or fewer.

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    18. You Can’t Fake Quality: What Event Planners Can Learn from the Peacock’s Tail

      You Can’t Fake Quality: What Event Planners Can Learn from the Peacock’s Tail

      In these budget conscious times, most of us are looking for ways to keep our costs down. The prevailing logic is that we need to keep our ticket prices as low as possible in order to attract attendees. So, how do we account for the popularity of events high-end events like TED with ticket prices to match? In this article we look at the paradox of highly popular events that also carry a substantial price tag.

      TED 2015, which charges a substantial $8,500 per ticket, is already sold out.

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    19. Is Your Event a Vitamin, Painkiller or a Candy?

      Is Your Event a Vitamin, Painkiller or a Candy?

      You’ve built your website, your advertising has begun, your social media is buzzing but for some reason people are not registering for your event. Why? There is a good chance you have a messaging problem. In this article we look at how a shift in context can change your messaging so that your website visitors become attendees.

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    20. Fill Conference Bags With Things People Won’t Throw Away

      Fill Conference Bags With Things People Won’t Throw Away

      Conference bags must breed in the dark. Everyone seems to have at least a dozen stuffed in the back of the closet. But they can be much more than a container for “stuff” during an event. They can be effective, desirable and memorable. Here’s how to pick a smart one and fill it with things attendees will keep, so your time and budget won’t be wasted.

      A conference-event swag bag is nothing more than a hole surrounded by cloth with handles.

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