Multicultural audiences are very common these days at events. But do event planners take this fact in consideration when they design events? Different cultures have different learning styles. Without proper accommodation your attendees might not learn anything.
The media sensationalized a story about the $16 muffins that a government agency allegedly paid at a conference in a Hilton hotel. It wasn't true, but truth lies elsewhere. The economy depends on meetings. Without them, there would be no economy all together.
Google wants your website to be mobile-friendly. That's why it released GoMo initiative that educates businesses about mobile-friendly websites, tests their current websites, and offers help finding the right solution to create mobile-friendly website.
Twitter introduces web analytics to website owners to help them understand how much traffic they receive from Twitter and the effectiveness of Twitter integrations on their sites. Now event planners will be able to see how effective their Twitter strategy is.
How do event planers use various media to promote their events? The latest report sheds light on methods used, both successful and not. The majority of event planners still fail to use social media to market events, relying on traditional marketing methods.
PlannerTech connects event technology organizations with event planners by offering those organizations an opportunity to pitch their product or service under four minutes. They rocked New York City, now it's time to rock Washington, DC on December 7, 2011.
Don't leave your event brand to public assumptions, take control of your event's public sentiment. Join us for #eventprofs chat on July 19th at 9PM ET to talk about event branding & get your questions answered. The chat will be moderated by Viktorix.
Over 150 event planners came to Roger Smith Hotel, and 400 more came to virtual exhibit hall to learn more about 10 event tech organizations and network with their peers at PlannerTech event during the NYC Internet Week.
PlannerTech aims to bridge the gap between event planners & Internet technology by connecting companies with event planner during the NYC Internet Week.
#Eventprofs is a Twitter chat community focused specifically on the events industry. Now it'll be even more as discussions become more interactive and even more timely coordinated by Adrian Segar, an event designer from Marlboro, Vermont.
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