Posted on by Austin Schaefer

Not Ready To Rip Off The Band-Aid And Go Paperless? Try A Phased Event-App Adoption For Your Next Few Events

Let’s talk about some of the major reasons why your organization may not be running toward paperless, but maybe just sort of like walking towards it and window-shopping or just waiting for a reason to absolutely have to do it. There are lots of reasons why you may be hesitant to go paperless at events, despite the many benefits—it’s green, it’s efficient, and, in many cases, it can save you money. But what if first, you learned that most of your objections could be addressed and second, you could implement a plan to go paperless in baby steps?

Here are some common objections to adopting event technology and what you can do about them.

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Posted on by Anne Thornley-Brown

alertEvent Security: How Technology can Help Event Professionals Plan Smarter and Manage Risk

Given the increasing vulnerability of event venues and events that involve large gatherings, it is only a matter of time before corporate event planners will have to grapple with issues of safety and security. How can corporate event organizers go about planning and managing event security?

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Posted on by Rebecca McDougall

logoSelecting an Event Technology Partner: How to Look Like a Hero in 4 Simple Steps

Every great superhero needs a side kick. Being an event planner is no easy feat. Meeting client deadlines, liaising with vendors and balancing the budget, position event planners as the modern day hero. However, throughout time no great hero has ever accomplished their goals alone: Batman had Robin, Tom Sawyer needed Huck Finn , and event planners have event technology partners.

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Posted on by Anne Thornley-Brown

Organizing a Pop-up Event: 4 Keys to Success

Pop-up events have been around for some time, especially in the retail sector and recently pop-ups have become increasingly popular among restaurants and art galleries. Pop-up events are very popular in the UK and interest is spreading to North America.

More and more, corporate event and meeting planners are using pop-up events for meetings, product launches, and even hybrid events. When they are well executed, pop-up events can create excitement and have a high impact in a short time period.

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Posted on by Christine Otsuka

Here's a cheat sheet to help you choose which event technology to use at your next hybrid or virtual event.What You Need to Know About Hosting a Virtual Meeting or Hybrid Event

In the corporate sector, organizations are exploring virtual meetings and hybrid events to:

  • address issues involving remote locations on a “just-in-time” basis
  • reduce the time employees spend off the job for meetings
  • trim travel expenses
  • find alternatives in view of currency exchange differentials between some destinations

Associations use hybrid conferences as a strategy to provide a wider audience with access to content and spark interest in future live conferences. 

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