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    1. 10 Simple Health and Fitness Tips for #Eventprofs

      As an event professional, proper health and fitness is important to maintain. If you sacrifice your own wellbeing, you will most certainly sacrifice the quality of the events you produce. Finding the time to maintain a certain level of health and fitness can be a challenge for event planners. These 10 simple tips will help you stay motivated, eat healthy and be in great shape while planning and travelling for events.

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    2. 4 Criteria to Measure Event Emotional Value

      4 Criteria to Measure Event Emotional Value

      Attendees are looking for more meaningful experiences. Attendees are looking for experiences that help them to create personal emotional value. Value in a way that the experience should contribute to their ‘quality of life’. But how can we measure this emotional value? How can we know if we’ve succeeded and if our event has indeed been valuable to our attendees? What’s the measuring unit of this emotional value creation?

      This measurement doesn’t have to be quantitative.

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    3. Transmediation and the #Hashtag. 6 Tips to Improve Your Event Marketing

      Transmediation and the #Hashtag. 6 Tips to Improve Your Event Marketing

      A few years ago we understood the #Hashtag as a symbol that signified a number. It has come a long way. Today it populates many of our Facebook, Google+, Instagram, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Reddit, Twitter and Tumblr posts; and it’s not just restricted to these channels. It has evolved into probably the most prolific symbol being used on the web today and acts as a reference point for related content.

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    4. How to Find Superstar Volunteers For Your Next Event

      How to Find Superstar Volunteers For Your Next Event

      Recruiting quality volunteers plays a major role in the success of your events. Finding volunteers who are dedicated to your organization and the mission of your event can be a challenge, but using the following tips will lead you towards recruiting and retaining excellent event volunteers.

      If you liked this post you are going to love our free ebooks Engaging Events , Social Media for Events , The Event App Bible and The Good Event Registration Guide - free download, no email required.
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    5. The Survival Guide for Long Live Event Days

      The Survival Guide for Long Live Event Days

      Live event days are often long and gruelling in terms of early starts and late finishes, as well as being both physically and mentally demanding. So how can you make it through to the other side with a smile on your face? Here is my survival guide!

      If you liked this post you are going to love our free ebooks Engaging Events , Social Media for Events , The Event App Bible and The Good Event Registration Guide - free download, no email required.
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    6. How to Go From a Good to a Great Event!

      How to Go From a Good to a Great Event!

      In order to take your event from good to great it all boils down to whether or not you have what it takes as an event planner to survive among the sea of event planners out there – and hope you stand out from the pack!

      If you liked this post you are going to love our free ebooks Engaging Events , Social Media for Events , The Event App Bible and The Good Event Registration Guide - free download, no email required.
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    7. 6 Time Management Tips For #Eventprofs

      There is a reason why when you ask an event planner how they are doing, their default response is “Busy”. Planners spend a LOT of time working – we are busier than we’ve ever been and technologies make it so that even when we are at home, it is completely possible (and sometimes very probable) to find ourselves still at work.

      I’ve always been busy – there is no way not to be in an industry like ours. The real sign of a great event planner is organization and time management skills!

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    8. The Benefits of Nature Based Event Design

      The Benefits of Nature Based Event Design

      Stepping off the plane and into the Pacific Passage after a busy work trip has to be one of my favourite things in the world. The Passage connects arrivals from US destinations to Canada Customs at the Vancouver Airport. Designed by Aldrich Pears, entry into the hall grounds me immediately with a blow of cool air, the sound of the sea, and the sight of salt-bleached cedar and fern-rich forests.

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    9. The Benefits of Nature Based Event Design - Event Manager Blog

      The Benefits of Nature Based Event Design - Event Manager Blog

      Stepping off the plane and into the Pacific Passage after a busy work trip has to be one of my favourite things in the world. The Passage connects arrivals from US destinations to Canada Customs at the Vancouver Airport. Designed by Aldrich Pears, entry into the hall grounds me immediately with a blow of cool air, the sound of the sea, and the sight of salt-bleached cedar and fern-rich forests.

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      Mentions: Emea CVB
    10. Happily Ever After: 5 Ways to Follow Up With Your Audience

      Your event is completed and everything was a roaring success! Now that the dust has settled and your guests have returned home, what tools and tactics are you using to foster the relationships you built during the event? Staying connected with your guests is important, so here are some creative tips to help you stay front of mind after your next event. Sending an actual piece of mail seems rather outdated and boring, especially with the direct link we have in our digital outlets.

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    11. 7 Questions to Ask When Considering an Event App

      7 Questions to Ask When Considering an Event App

      This is a sponsored post written by Justin Gonzalez, Marketing Communications Manager, DoubleDutch. More information about Event Manager Blog’s sponsored posts. Back in 2011, roughly 9% of events offered mobile apps as part of the attendee experience (MPI, 2014). Fast-forward to the present, and the event technology landscape has changed dramatically, with a recent study projecting that 86% of US planners will use mobile event apps by 2016.

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    12. 10 Do’s and Don’ts for Planning a Summer Festival

      10 Do’s and Don’ts for Planning a Summer Festival

      Summer is in full swing and the festival season is upon us. Festivals can be a wonderful way to bring a community together for fun, sun, music and arts. However, planning for these large-scale events can be a complicated process between the long hours, large scale venues and often times hundreds, or thousands of attendees. Here we have a few do’s and don’ts to help you get started and stay on track while planning your next (or first) festival.

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    13. The Best Posts of July 2015 on @EventMB

      The Best Posts of July 2015 on @EventMB

      Time for our monthly roundup of the hottest articles on your favourite event blog. July was a HOT month. Plenty of amazing event planning tips, networking advice and special hacks for #Eventprofs. In other words, essential reading to become the best event planner you can! If you were busy planning your next event, here is what you missed… 1. Are You Fit to Plan? 5 Ways to Bring Value to Your Event This popular post was about how an event company can serve as a value creator.

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    14. AppMyDay- A Private Social Space for Events [Review]

      AppMyDay- A Private Social Space for Events [Review]

      AppMyDay is a platform to create a branded and private social experience for events. Here is our review. We live in an exciting era where social media sharing and engagement online has become a vital part of almost any modern event. At the same time the question of privacy and appropriateness has become more important too. AppMyday allows organizations to customise their event online experience in one place, rather than relying on other networks and providers.

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    15. How to Get Over an Unsuccessful Event

      How to Get Over an Unsuccessful Event

      We’ve all felt it: the gut sinking feeling that comes from planning an event that turns out to be a flop. There is nothing more devastating for an #eventprof than to put countless hours of work and ingenuity into crafting a valuable experience for your client and their attendees, only to feel when all’s said and done, as if your work wasn’t good enough. I’ve been a part of a few unsuccessful events in my day, and I am not ashamed to admit that it took me some time to get over each one.

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