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    1. How to React When Your Event Is Spinning Out of Control

      How to React When Your Event Is Spinning Out of Control

      Being out of control is not something event planners enjoy. When it happens, the quicker you can regain control the better you’ll do. When an event is spinning out of control, that is not the time to pass solutions through a twenty-person board. Instead, try these solutions to get back in control. Do your friends […]

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    2. 3 Ways to Create an Afterlife for Your Conference

      3 Ways to Create an Afterlife for Your Conference

      This is a sponsored post written by Tracy Grzybowski, Director of Marketing at Omnipress. More information about Event Manager Blog’s sponsored posts. Are you making the most of your conference content? Research shows that most event planners are missing a trick. Here’s how you can use the wealth of information at your fingertips to increase […]

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    3. Try This Productivity Craze to Improve Your Event

      Try This Productivity Craze to Improve Your Event

      Bullet journaling is the buzz trend of the moment, but what it is all about? Explore the applications and benefits for event professionals and how it can be adapted to improve all areas of your eventprof lifestyle. You may have heard about the latest organisational and motivational trend; from bloggers to startups to CEOs, the […]

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    4. 9 Essential Elements of Onsite Engagement

      9 Essential Elements of Onsite Engagement

      This is a sponsored post written by Lauren Williams, Marketing Content Producer, etouches. More information about Event Manager Blog’s sponsored posts. One of the most common buzzwords out there in the meetings and events industry is engagement; attendees want it, event planners try to facilitate it, and it’s continuously touted as a major component to […]

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    5. The Dark Side of the Events Industry

      The Dark Side of the Events Industry

      The events industry – an exciting, vibrant community that we adore working in (most of the time at least!). But there is also a dark side too. Here are 19 unsavoury elements of the world of events and what we can do to make it better. Researching this post has been a true eye opener. […]

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    6. Your Attendees Are Livestreaming – What Are You Doing About It?

      Your Attendees Are Livestreaming – What Are You Doing About It?

      Over half of the United States is watching livestreamed video on a regular basis. Now is the time for eventprofs to take back TV. If you’re not livestreaming your events, why not? Recent research by the consultancy firm, Magid, has found that a majority of US internet users (56%) watch livestreamed content at least once […]

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    7. 9 Ways You Should Never Announce Your Event

      9 Ways You Should Never Announce Your Event

      Announcing an event, or making a big product announcement, opens you up to all sorts of mishaps. Preparation really is the best medicine. Try these ideas to cut down on the likelihood of something going terribly wrong at your event. You’ve dreamed up a perfect event announcement or drum roll at your event and then […]

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    8. Poken: Making Tradeshows Smarter [Review]

      Poken: Making Tradeshows Smarter [Review]

      Poken offers a suite of tools to improve exhibition ROI and enhance the event visitor experience, via smart badges and intelligent lead capture technology. Here is our review. ##abovethefold## Poken Smart Tradeshow: What Is It? Poken’s event technology platform aims to make tradeshows smarter by offering a suite of tools to improve lead generation for […]

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    9. 12 Tips to Help Exhibitors Get More Conversions

      12 Tips to Help Exhibitors Get More Conversions

      Getting traffic to the exhibit floor is only part of the success necessary for your vendors and sponsors. Help them get more sales once attendees are at their booths with these ideas. Do you really need one more thing on your plate? That question was likely met with a resounding NO! But helping your exhibitors […]

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    10. 10 Essential Music Festival Tech Gadgets

      10 Essential Music Festival Tech Gadgets

      Here we look at 10 essential music festival tech gadgets festival goers are relying on to create a better experience and highlight the benefits for events. In recent years, technology has played a big part in outdoor festivals and in particular music festivals. However, not all of that responsibility lies with the event manager. These […]

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    11. 5 Tips to Get the Most Out of Your Conference Speakers

      5 Tips to Get the Most Out of Your Conference Speakers

      In this new video, we’re talking about speaker management at conferences. The way you handle content has become one of the most important factors in how we evaluate conferences and the relationship you have with your speakers defines the outcome of your event. If you’re able to harness it correctly, the result can be outstanding for your […]

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    12. Why Event Planners Should Doodle More

      Why Event Planners Should Doodle More

      Your stick men and scribbled stars may actually help you to become a better event professional – yes really! Here are 11 reasons why you can justify your doodling. Scientists have discovered that doodling activates the part of your brain that allows you to stay focused, retain information and grasp new concepts. The default mode […]

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    13. 100 Pinterest Boards Every Eventprof Should Follow

      100 Pinterest Boards Every Eventprof Should Follow

      This is a bumper list of 100 must-follow Pinterest boards to inspire all event planners. There is something here for every event professional to appreciate, covering all event types, size, budgets and ideas! Recently valued at over $10 billion, Pinterest has 175 million monthly users. Pinterest is a great social media platform for events and […]

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    14. 10 Events that Take Security Seriously

      10 Events that Take Security Seriously

      Event security is serious business these days. Here are ten events that make it a top priority. Today’s event planners need to think about safety on multiple levels. There are the growing concerns around physical crowd safety but that’s not the only thing event managers need to be on top of. Cyber security and data […]

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    15. How Will iPhone 8 3D Face Scanning Change Events?

      How Will iPhone 8 3D Face Scanning Change Events?

      Apple is bringing 3D face scanning and dedicated AI processing to the iPhone 8. Here we look at how that could affect the event industry. A recent report from Bloomberg has revealed that Apple is testing new 3D face scanning technology for the upcoming iPhone 8. The report says that the new technology will replace the […]

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    16. 4 Ways to Bounce Back when Event Tech Fails You

      4 Ways to Bounce Back when Event Tech Fails You

      This is a sponsored post written by Grace Cheung, Marketing Assistant at QuickMobile. More information about Event Manager Blog’s sponsored posts. Although tech fails are terrible, they’re also a great opportunity to investigate our event tech strategies and improve for the next event. Here are some ways to streamline your strategy so that attendees will […]

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    17. Confessions of an Event Volunteer

      Confessions of an Event Volunteer

      In this series we present real-life confessions from people working in the event industry. These uncensored, frank insights tell it “like it really is”. Some details have been changed to respect the anonymity of the confessor and ensure maximum honesty can be upheld. As a serial event volunteer, here is my confession. I first started […]

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    18. Why Event Planners and Venues Drive Each Other Insane [Video]

      Why Event Planners and Venues Drive Each Other Insane [Video]

      In this new video, we’re talking about the way that venues and event planners treat each other, and the things that drive the other insane. We’re talking about one of the most CRUCIAL relationships for any event. Here are some of the most common complaints, concerns and expectations that venues have of the event planners contracting them […]

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    19. Fyre: A chronology of the worst festival in history

      Fyre: A chronology of the worst festival in history

      A music festival should be a memorable experience. For Fyre festival, it was memorable for all the wrong reasons. A music festival in the Bahamas, organized by a rapper and a tech entrepreneur? What could go wrong? Pitched as a luxury music festival with all the perks you’d expect from a VIP boutique experience and […]

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    20. 8 Events Innovating with Beacon Technology

      8 Events Innovating with Beacon Technology

      Are you considering beacon technology for your next event? Here are some ideas from event planners that are already using it. Event planners have been using event apps for a while now, but starting with Apple’s WWDC 2013 and its iBeacon, they began noticing a much stronger way to use the technology. Beacons have been […]

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    21. 20 Productivity Tools To Supercharge Your Eventprof Week

      20 Productivity Tools To Supercharge Your Eventprof Week

      Whether you are an event planner working from desktop, tablet or smartphone these tools can help you boost your productivity to get things done, even when you are on the move. Productivity is key to being an unstoppable eventprof, generally because we have so many jobs to do in a day, but there are plenty […]

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    22. 50 Life Lessons Event Planners Have Learned Well

      50 Life Lessons Event Planners Have Learned Well

      Old timers are full of good advice but event planners have a lot of their own too. Check out these life lessons that event planners have learned way too well. When it comes to event planners most of us have been educated at the school of hard knocks. We’ve learned over and over through things […]

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    23. 17 Event Signage Ideas

      17 Event Signage Ideas

      Event signage is necessary, but that doesn’t mean it has to be boring! Get inspired by these beautiful examples of event signage to spice things up a bit. The main purpose of event signage is to make the attendee journey around your event easier. With event wayfinding comes plenty of branding, marketing and sponsorship opportunities […]

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    24. 3 Ways to Create a Buzzworthy Event Using Social Media

      3 Ways to Create a Buzzworthy Event Using Social Media

      This is a sponsored post written by Suzanne Fougere, Senior Director, Corporate Strategy, Marketing and Communications with the Halifax Convention Centre. More information about Event Manager Blog’s sponsored posts. Social media has changed the way delegates experience, engage with and think about events. From the time a delegate registers for an event through every session […]

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