Posted on by Kate Schlussler

Toronto-education-conference3 Big Takeaways from MPI’s Toronto Education Conference

The setting was spectacular for this year’s Toronto Education Conference. And it’s fitting given that the theme was “Learning with a View”.  The conference was filled with informative, engaging, and interactive breakout sessions where attendees could select their sessions based on their personal and professional interests.

As a sponsor, and provider of the event app we had the opportunity to experience the event first hand and there were certainly a lot of great learnings to be had, below are three that stood out. Read more »

Posted on by EventMobi Team

Frankfurt Old Town4 Fantastic Things to Do in Frankfurt During IMEX

If you’re heading to Frankfurt for IMEX, it’s well worth arriving a few days early because there is a  lot to see and do when Frankfurt is your base. Of course IMEX has its own activities including dine-arounds, a nightclub night (not to be missed), and organized tours. But there are more ways to explore Frankfurt than you can imagine. Take a cruise, sign up for a Segway tour, or chart your own course on the U-Bahn subway network!

Here are a few more suggestions.

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Posted on by Kristy Sadler

Cool Venue Alert! Roll out the red carpet for your attendees

Event planners are on an endless search for new and exciting ways to engage attendees and create event experiences that will stand out. And it’s no surprise that an important part of making an event successful is choosing the right venue. Sure you need the technology, content, timing and a host of other things to knock it out of the park, but no one will argue that venue selection is critical. Read more »

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Best Practices for Gathering Feedback with an Event App [VIDEO]

When it comes to launching surveys to collect feedback at your event, the faster you can launch them, typically the better the response! While event apps have made the process of launching surveys and collecting feedback faster (remember how painful paper surveys were?), the actual quality of the feedback is still dependant on the questions you ask.

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Posted on by Anne Thornley-Brown

Outdoor PicnicOutdoor Event Planning: 8 Practical Considerations

Now that the calendar has passed the Easter season and the warmer weather is returning, event participants will welcome the opportunity to spend some time outdoors.Taking the group outdoors, even for a little, will breathe new life into what could be just another mundane indoor meeting or event. Even if the entire event can’t be outdoors, arrange an outdoor break, snack, lunch dinner, concert, or other entertainment

Here are 8 practical considerations that need to be built into your plan for outdoor events.

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