We hereby present you the second part of our knowledge base about event management for rookies.
Take a look around. Is it your first time here? No biggie! We have got a lot of tips and advice to help you quickly reach a level of expertise in event management.
Promotions, offers, contests… Have you ever wondered how often various kinds of marketing campaigns you encounter in your daily life?
How to promote my event to increase ticket sales? That is the question that keeps many event organizers up at night.
The Internet is indispensable in today's world. You can realize this if you recall the moment you wanted to access it and there was no connection.
They are self-confident and look almost relaxed. They meld into the crowd with that particular “I-belong-here” look on their faces. Their poker face and self-confidence are to hide that they are intruders.
This article offers a number of recommendations regarding proper designing of ID badges. Seems simple, but is it really...?
The previous entry was dedicated to equipment used at reception areas and for the purpose of access control, and our primary focus was computers and scanners.
You need a well-prepared set of tools and personnel capable of using it in order to handle reception areas during an event smoothly and efficiently.
Last week, you read about three types of ID badges dedicated to participants of events. One by one, they were the following: Plastic-coated paper ID badges, plastic cards, and ID badges printed on thermal transfer labels.
Are you aware that ID badges is the most frequently adopted method of verifying the identity of participants of events?
But first, I would like you to answer a simple question. Do you use your smartphone to connect to the Internet?