How to prepare an event invitation and not forget about anything? You only need to check the points below!
Consider - what is a brand to you? You will probably say that it’s a symbol, slogan, or association. But a brand is mainly a promise and assurement. You can trust a brand. These are the first steps you need to take to build it properly.
What is an ID badge? It’s not only a way to identify the attendee but also your showcase. A poorly designed one can become the first step to organizational failure.
Every event manager’s goal is to sell the event. What should you do to reach it? What’s the best way? It’s very simple - it’s your audience.
If you’re organizing an event, you surely want as many people to know about it as possible. What to do to make it that way? Try the tips below and your event is sure to be a thing!
Doesn’t matter if we’re talking about a conference, a workshop, a gala, or a training session, the venue is arguably one of the most important aspects of event organization. It’s worth spending some time on. It is obvious to anyone who has experienced a gap between expectations and reality.
Event marketing is an indispensable part of any event. What should you do to make it easier? Use the right tools, of course!
The reception desk is the attendee’s first direct contact with the organizer. It’s like a first impression - you can make a good one or a bad one. In today’s article you will learn how to avoid the latter!
They say video is the future and soon a vast majority of content on the Internet will be in fact video. It is particularly important in marketing as it’s the strongest tool for communicating brand values and building its expert image.
Do you run event marketing in your company? Or maybe you are thinking about this form of reaching customers and building your brand. Please, take a seat for 5 minutes and answer a few questions.
Are you organizing a paid event, a free one, one-time, cyclical? I know you will do your best to ensure its success. That’s why you’re the one organizing it. Know, however, that an event is like a product. And branded products sell better.
This free guide will help you boost attendee engagement and ticket sales for your conference, congress, or training session.
You will learn how to:
- communicate with attendees,
- promote your event for free,
- make your attendees promote the event,
- have your speakers engaged in promotion,
- strengthen the brand of your event.