Technology has become an integral part of our lives, and events are no exception. From large conferences to intimate weddings, event technology can help make your event run smoothly and be a more enjoyable experience for your attendees. Event Technology is for ALL Events Any event can benefit from the use of event technology, here
In-person events are back! It is an exciting time for the meetings and travel industry. The world is opening up bit by bit and international travelers are being welcomed back into more and more countries. So we have put together the key fundamentals of event registration to keep in mind for your next event. The
Planning a hybrid event can feel a bit daunting. Working with event tech, in general, can feel a bit overwhelming. Despite being two years into the virtual revolution. That’s because there are constant updates to event platforms (not to mention entirely new platforms). It can feel like you just get the hang of 3.0 and
Allow me to set the scene for you: It’s 1 am, you haven’t slept yet. You are sitting in your home office, conveniently located at the dining room table. Bleary-eyed, you log your 15th support request of the night because this virtual event platform is.just.not.working. It won’t let you do what you need to do.
Live events are back, and we couldn’t be more excited. We attended our first in-person event since March 2020, ConFex 2021 in London and It felt great to be meeting in person again. Even though in-person events are back, that doesn’t mean virtual events have stopped happening, far from it in fact. Virtual is sticking,
Over the past year and a half, the industry has been transformed. It has gone through a digital transformation out of necessity, one that seems to be sticking, as hybrid events are gaining in popularity. So, in this complex new era of virtual and hybrid events you, as an event prof, may be feeling a
The event registration website and form are where you lay the foundation for a successful event. This foundation begins with the beautifully thought out and designed invite that you and your designer spent what felt like an age, perfecting. This invite needs to direct your attendees to an equally well-thought-out website and opportunity to register.
We have been here before, shifting our collective focus, heading full steam ahead towards hybrid events, as people around the world slowly begin to be eased out of lockdown regulations. But this time we are heading in with the mantra that things could turn on a dime, so approach with caution. We were optimistic towards
Virtual attendee engagement is at the forefront of most eventprofs minds when designing a virtual event. How do you keep people, most of whom have been staring at screens all day, engaged? It’s a tough question, but luckily it’s one that can be answered. There are several things you can do to make your attendees
There is no doubt in anyone’s minds that virtual events are here to stay for the foreseeable future, well at least until late 2021, and even then, in-person events will not be what they were pre-pandemic. But that is a topic for another time. While we all wait patiently for the vaccines to ‘do their