FIVE VALUABLE EVENT-MARKETING TIPS YOU CAN USE THIS WEEK

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HOW TO BREAK BAD HABITS WHEN PLANNING EVENTS

​Attention to details, attendee engagement, expectations management. There is consensus about the anatomy of outstanding events. What about when things go wrong? Are there habits we can break to make our events more successful? You betcha!

Source: http://www.eventmanagerblog.com/bad-event-planning-habits

 
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MANAGING SOCIAL CONVERSATIONS DURING YOUR CONFERENCES AND SPECIAL EVENTS

​By the time your conference rolls around, we imagine you’ll be a bit low on sleep and high on caffeine. But hopefully, thanks to your speakers, partners and solid marketing and social media efforts, the big event will be completely sold out.

But with so many offline things to think about during the conference itself… Have all of the speakers arrived? Is there enough coffee for attendees? Are there enough power outlets? Is the wifi holding up? Is the air conditioning on? Is the air conditioning on too high?

It can be easy to neglect the online portion. Here are our suggestions for successfully managing the conversation that happens online during your conference.

Source: http://blog.eventbrite.com/how-to-manage-onsite-social-media-during-your-conference/

 
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10 TIPS FOR CHOOSING YOUR NEXT VENUE

​From gathering speakers to securing sponsors, your to-do list seems to be never-ending. One important and challenging aspect in the planning process is choosing a venue.

To make it a bit easier, here are 10 tips for choosing a great venue for your next corporate event, conference or a trade-show.

Source: http://blog.bizzabo.com/10-tips-for-choosing-the-perfect-conference-venue

 

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TIPS ON HOW TO AVOID COMMON TRADE SHOW MISTAKES

​It’s not hard to make mistakes with your trade show display, but it can be difficult to spot them before they happen.

​This can be because there are so many things to consider and so many decisions to be made. However, if you make a plan accordingly, avoiding some of the most common mistakes can be easy — especially if you know what to look out for.

​Here are some of the easiest mistakes to make, but also how to avoid them so you make sure that you have a successful experience with your trade show display.

Source: http://www.skylinetradeshowtips.com/4-easy-mistakes-to-avoid-at-your-next-trade-show/

 
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CHOICE OF COLORS CAN MAKE A BIG DIFFERENCE

​“Colors and color combinations create moods and feelings, consciously and unconsciously,” says Kate Smith, president and chief color expert at Sensational Color, a color consulting firm in Ashburn, Virginia.

Check out Smith’s tips for using the psychology of color effectively at events.

Source: http://www.bizbash.com/8-tips-for-using-color-to-communicate-an-events-message/new-york/story/28360#.U1ZtPlWSwuc

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