It’s a no brainer – you have to get your attendees motivated and engaged in your event to make it successful AND you have to get them to interact with your sponsors. How do you do it?
A committee can be one of the most productive tools that an association has for goal achievement. Committees are also indispensable to the work of an association, enabling work to get done in the most efficient
If you are planning an event that features keynote speakers, you want to provide the best possible experience. The better experience your guest speaker has, the more likely they will be to work with you again in the
Determining your event's layout means more than setting up a few seats and tables.
Badges are a key component of any professional event since they identify attendees and foster networking. While ID badges have long been an important fixture of events, the role of these badges has changed over
One out of every two (52.6%) event managers agree — they're investing more into event management tools, software and digitally integrated systems than in previous years, turning to these systems to make their jobs
There's no question about it. On-site check-in will be the first in-person experience guests have at your event. When done well, a smooth registration and check-in process whisks attendees into the event in the
Learning how to track attendance at events is critical to its success. In most cases, tracking starts the moment attendees first find out about the event. Whether you're tracking how an attendee visits your website
The EPA has called out the meetings and events industry as one of the most wasteful today.