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    1. 9 Creative Ways to Display Company Logos at Events

      9 Creative Ways to Display Company Logos at Events

      Today’s event planner is expected to ‘think outside the box’ and create unique experiences rather than run-of-the-mill corporate events. One of the main criteria that event planners must decide upon is where and how to display company logos at events. As expectations grow – and audiences and clients demand more ‘wow factor’ experiences – so every element of an event must be well thought out and individually tailored to an event.

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      Mentions: Digital
    2. 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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    3. How to Become a Big Fish in the B2B Events Pond: Be Unique

      How to Become a Big Fish in the B2B Events Pond: Be Unique

      Event industry folks really like to talk about the next big thing and where the future lies for the industry. We can confidently predict that smaller ‘me-too’ events will continue to disappear in the conference world. Looking around the B2B events space, we have observed that the bigger ‘large-scale’ events (or LSEs) are building momentum.

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    4. Social Media and Events: We Need Your Opinion

      Social Media and Events: We Need Your Opinion

      Social Media are changing the way events are marketed and experienced. We would like to ask for your help and fill in a quick questionnaire.

      The good news is that we are working on a new project about social media and events. The even better news is that we want you to be at the center of it.

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      Mentions: Social Media
    5. 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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    6. 5 Cool #EventTech Tools Waiting For Adoption

      5 Cool #EventTech Tools Waiting For Adoption

      Not all event technology was created equal. This post looks at revolutionary technology that is yet to make an impact in the event industry.

      Do you recall that moment when you looked at a brand new, mind-blowing tool or software? Do you remember thinking how the event industry was going to change forever?

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    7. The Best Posts of June 2014 on @EventMB

      The Best Posts of June 2014 on @EventMB

      Time for our monthly roundup of the hottest articles on your favourite event blog.

      June was packed on great tips on Social Media, Productivity, Sustainability and Event Planning.

      In case you were busy planning your next event, here is a roundup of…

      1. 10 Things Productive #EventProfs Do Every Day

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      Mentions: Social Media
    8. 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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    9. Don’t End Up with These Social Media Regrets When Launching an Event

      Don’t End Up with These Social Media Regrets When Launching an Event

      Events were the origin of social media. They bring people together with similar interests to meet, share knowledge and help each other learn. A lot like social media. Despite these similarities it’s easy to launch an event and end up with social media regrets.

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    10. The Right Entertainment Can Make Your Event Go Viral

      The Right Entertainment Can Make Your Event Go Viral

      Why do organisation’s host corporate events? There are many reasons; an annual company convention, a product launch, new office opening or a VIP client incentive event. Whatever the reason, most businesses have one main goal in mind and that is to reinforce and raise brand awareness internally and externally.

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      Mentions: LinkedIn
    11. 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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    12. How to Use Entertainment to Maximise Social Media Interaction at Events

      How to Use Entertainment to Maximise Social Media Interaction at Events

      Nowadays, event planners expect more from event entertainment. A lot more. Entertainment doesn’t just have to be all-singing and all-dancing, it also needs to have real impact, increase brand awareness and help to promote the event to a larger audience.

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      Mentions: Digital
    13. 17 Things I Wish I Knew BEFORE Planning a Sustainable Event

      17 Things I Wish I Knew BEFORE Planning a Sustainable Event

      Working at the intersection of sustainability and events for the last several years, I’ve learned there are a few important items missing from most “green” event checklists. Tips I sure wish someone had shared with me during my Event Sustainability 101!

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    14. 20 Good and Bad Tweets Attendees Will Send About Your Event

      20 Good and Bad Tweets Attendees Will Send About Your Event

      Is your event on Twitter? Well, probably you will see these tweets coming your way soon!

      Oh Twitter, don’t you love it? With its sarcastic, argumentative, serendipitous soul. A bit like us #eventprofs.

      After reading several hundreds of tweets about events I attended or organised, I made myself an idea of recurring themes.

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    15. The 5 Places to Display Social Media at your Event

      This is a sponsored post written by by Justin Garrity, SVP of Postano.

      Events have dozens of crucial components that must be executed well to be a smash hit. One key component in 2014 has to be social media. Whether you’re organizing a 50 person Meetup or a 10,000 person conference, social media should play a big part in your plans.

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    16. The Do’s and Don’ts of Crowdfunding for Event Professionals

      The Do’s and Don’ts of Crowdfunding for Event Professionals

      Crowdfunding has become a popular way to raise money for special projects, including events. There are even technologies and online registration systems designed specifically to support crowdsourced events. In this article we look at how to be successful with crowdfunding – although it’s not limited to that. Crowdfunding is all about marketing reach and most of what we talk about here could be easily applied to all your event marketing efforts.

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    17. 5 Counterintuitive Ideas for #EventProfs to Boost Productivity

      5 Counterintuitive Ideas for #EventProfs to Boost Productivity

      While event professionals are masterful at getting things done, it is also one of the most demanding professions where working long hours to meet hard deadlines is common. In this article we look at some thought-provoking and sometimes counterintuitive ways of boosting productivity.

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    18. Never Make These Social Media Mistakes Again!

      Never Make These Social Media Mistakes Again!

      Do you find yourself making these mistakes when planning or executing social media for your event? Here is a powerful presentation to fix them.

      A couple of months ago, I published a quite successful article about social media and events.

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