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    1. How to Create Community by Thinking Like a Small Event

      How to Create Community by Thinking Like a Small Event

      Small events where people can really meet are best, I am a big fan of serendipity and always running around trying introduce people, so small is good for me.

      I have got connecting people down to an art now, I say something like ‘This is Jack and I really want you to meet Joan.’

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    2. Not Just Fun and Games: Why Event Professionals Should Care About Gamification

      Not Just Fun and Games: Why Event Professionals Should Care About Gamification

      Gamification is being touted by some as the biggest thing since social media. But, what is Gamification and is it relevant to Event Professionals? In this article we look behind the hype to discover how Gamification can be used to create more engaging events.

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    3. 10 Clever Event Startups You Need to Try Right Now

      10 Clever Event Startups You Need to Try Right Now

      It’s been a while I haven’t served you a proper fix of innovation. Here are 10 startups with new ideas to help event professionals.

      I had that feeling I was missing a proper innovation roundup on the blog. Of course you had your fix over the winter holidays with 10 Event Trends but not all startups in there were new kids on the block.

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    4. Everyone Has to Start Somewhere: Building Your Dream Team

      Everyone Has to Start Somewhere: Building Your Dream Team

      Everyone has a story to tell and everyone started somewhere. It always originates with one person – an employer who sees a certain sparkle in you and takes that initial chance, despite your limited level of experience.

      One of those people in my career who took that chance in me was Kim Ford and I still admire and respect her to this very day.

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    5. Will iBeacons Change Events for Good?

      Will iBeacons Change Events for Good?

      There is one word that is captivating the attention of most tech pundits around: iBeacons. This is what you need to know about the technology, why it is important, what you can do with it and why Apple thinks you should care.

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    6. Event Managers Guide to the Science of Persuasion

      Event Managers Guide to the Science of Persuasion

      If your job is getting people to sign up for a conference, exhibition or event of any kind, then really what you’re trying to do is persuade them to do something. There’s an an art and a science to getting people to come along to your event; the good news is academics have been studying the science of persuasion for decades, and we can learn a lot from their experimental findings.

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    7. The Best Posts of 2013 on @EventMB

      The Best Posts of 2013 on @EventMB

      Wow what a year has been at Event Manager Blog.

      Visitors to the site almost doubled year on year and we could not be prouder. We like to think that the level of content has been kept to the highest quality. We are looking forward to a great 2014 with more surprises and great articles.

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    8. The Biggest Event of The Year

      The Biggest Event of The Year

      New Year’s Eve is the biggest event of the year. Make it a great night.

      I can still remember the first time I got excited about an event. It was this time of the year, 20 years ago.

      I am probably inaccurate, but I like to think as New Year’s Eve as the biggest event of the year. Regardless of religion, sex or age, billions gather to celebrate.

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    9. Starting Your Own Event Company

      Starting Your Own Event Company

      Your best friend Katie throws a mean dinner party. Though she has a day job at a bank, she’s a great chef and a warm hostess. She’s just brought out dessert to the group, and you raise your glass to toast her. “To Katie,” you say to the group, “an amazing cook and a gracious host!”. Everyone nods in agreement and drinks.

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    10. 6 Steps to bring Beginner’s Mind to your 2014 Planning

      6 Steps to bring Beginner’s Mind to your 2014 Planning

      Two years ago I had a shocking realization: everything I thought I knew about my business was wrong. I’d built a software platform for event professionals that had been moderately successful for about 10 years. On the surface everything looked fine: we were bringing in new business, we had loyal clients and we were certainly very busy every day. But, the ‘spark’ had gone and we seemed to be doing the same thing over and over.

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    11. Project Management for Today’s and Tomorrow’s Event Planner

      Project Management for Today’s and Tomorrow’s Event Planner

      Event professionals and industry associations have acknowledged it for many years. Project Management (PM) tools and methodologies are an asset to Event Management. Why? Well, managing an event is essentially managing a project. Events have a defined beginning and end, and they are unique in terms of teams involved, and changing environments.

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    12. 3 Inventive Ways to Track Down Potential Speakers for Your Next Event

      3 Inventive Ways to Track Down Potential Speakers for Your Next Event

      For pretty much any conference or event you’re organising, one of the most important things to get right is your speakers. If you get a line-up of who can deliver excellent content for your audience, then you’re likely to have a very successful event.

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    13. Meet Event Technology Awards Winner: sli.do

      Meet Event Technology Awards Winner: sli.do

      This article will introduce you to the winner of the first Event Technology Awards held this year in London. It was part of the prize for the winner so here it is!

      Last November I was part of the judging panel for the Event Technology Awards here in London.

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    14. What Is Event Marketing Automation?

      What Is Event Marketing Automation?

      This is a sponsored post written by Nicola Rossetti, Chief Strategy Officer at etouches.

      More information about Event Manager Blog’s sponsored posts.

      Imagine you are a golf course owner; you can decide to send an army of grounds keepers to water the fairways and greens, or build an automatic watering system that reacts to conditions (temperature, rain, etc.) to run when and where it’s needed. What would you do?

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    15. Anatomy of An Effective Event Website [Infographic]

      Anatomy of An Effective Event Website [Infographic]

      Here is a infographic to use as a guide to create, design and implement event websites that work.

      You can tell it’s December at Event Manager Blog because we feel like sharing a great deal of resources that will help you crossing off ‘event technology’ from your 2014 to do list.

      Truth is we started with free ebooks such as The Event App Bible and The Good Registration Guide or visuals such as The Vitruvian Attendee.

      The party is not over though. We have two more surprises geared up for you.

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    16. 100% Mobile Event App Adoption Is Easy. The One Tactic That Really Works

      100% Mobile Event App Adoption Is Easy. The One Tactic That Really Works

      This is a sponsored post by Roger Meier, Director of Sales and co-founder of SpotMe. More information about Event Manager Blog’s sponsored posts

      The year is 2013 AD. The event is about to start. Everybody has your mobile event app installed. Everybody? Well, not everybody… One small village of your indomitable participants still doesn’t have a compatible device, doesn’t want to install your app because of privacy concerns, or simply finds it too cumbersome to do so.

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