Fresh ideas and inspiration can come from anywhere—art, nature, pop culture —but one facet of our world has the ability to completely transform everything about a live experience—technology. From unique gamification concepts to unconventional presentation formats, event tech has the power to revolutionize the way your attendees experience your gathering from start to finish. But where do you begin? QuickMobile's event gurus Scott Lockey and Kerry J. Plowman will answer that question and many others during this all-new webinar. Lockey and Plowman will divulge new ways to take advantage of existing mobile app technology, and uncover innovations that are sure to astonish your attendees —delivering a unique and exciting event experience.Speaker(s):
Technology has revolutionized data, now making it possible to measure every detail of your event—pre-event engagement, onsite attendee reactions and feelings, audience interests and insights into your offerings, and everything in between. But how do you reign in the endless amount of data points to reveal what's most important to your brand? Listen as John Santaferraro, Chief Analytics Officer of Educational Measures explores the data points all event and meeting organizers should focus on, tactics to help attain the data you need, and how to interpret your findings in a meaningful way.
The client/vendor relationship is an important component to any business endeavor, and the right vendor can be the secret to true event success. Learning to work with vendors—as partners —adds a whole new element, as collaboration allows for the ability to ‘peek over the fence’ into a partner’s events. In this webinar, Jessica Berman, Director of Sales & Marketing from The Manhattan Center and David Adler, C.E.O. and Founder of BizBash will discuss how the client/vendor relationship is changing and how to create partnerships that lead to perfect events.
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The world of marketing has changed tremendously. Once upon a time a brand could place an ad and reach just about everyone. Now, there are thousands of possible touch-points. More than ever, brands must understand the importance of a distinct voice and a strategy to build strong relationships with their audiences. In this webinar, Dax Callner, Chief Strategy Officer of GES Events, will outline an effective formula and the steps you should take to create breakthrough event experiences.
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•How to understand, develop, and activate a brand voice in a physical, social, and live setting
•Key ways to develop resonant relationships with event audiences
•The importance of planned content and attendee interaction approaches
•New strategies to create truly epic eventsSpeaker(s):
From fundraising events and benefits, to thousand-person tradeshows and conferences, event organizers of all types have the same goal—unlocking amazing customer experiences. In this all-new webinar, Robert Caldwell, founding partner of Sciensio, will break down the concept of customer experience into component parts, discussing how event leaders can use existing and emerging technologies to create better experiences for their attendees.
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Understanding the attendee journey is an important component of event success. It allows for event organizers to set a ‘plan of attack,’ creating important touch points at each stage of an event, thoroughly engaging an audience. Innovative new technologies have furthered engagement efforts through tracking attendee behavior and creating real time updates based upon their actions. In this webinar, Brooke Gracey, Senior Mobile Events App Strategist at CrowdCompass by Cvent will share important ways to utilize technology to improve live experiences, crucial data points that will help achieve the best results, how to understand digital footprints, and other new ideas to improve the attendee experience.
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Impact. Engagement. Technology. Communication. These aspects have the power to make or break your event and your attendee experience. We asked the industry’s leading organizers how they plan and deliver meaningful events, and we’re ready to divulge these astounding finds. Join QuickMobile’s event tech experts, Kerry J. Plowman and Melissa Del Monte, for this all-new webinar as they reveal what attendees are really looking for—quality content versus networking opportunities, gamification versus live Q&A, and limited communication versus year-round connections.
Melissa Del Monte
Kerry J. Plowman
Staying on top of the latest trends is crucial in this ever-changing industry, but how do you decipher what will last vs. a fleeting fad? Join Pierre Metrailler, C.E.O. of SpotMe, and Mitra Sorrells, technology editor and Orlando bureau chief at BizBash, as they discuss what’s hot and what’s not in the coming year during this all-new webinar. Uncover new tips, tricks, and advanced tactics to create unique and memorable experiences for your participants.
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Live experiences serve as one of the most important marketing channels and personal touch points for any organization. So why would you put your events, or your brand, at risk by operating without the tools necessary to plan, monitor, and measure your experiences? Listen as Justin Panzer, C.E.O. of Eventuosity, discusses the importance of incorporating event management tools into marketing technology (martech) stack, no matter the size or type of event. Discover what tech tools to utilize from your first planning meeting to your last report, as well as tips to improve efficiency, reduce accuracy, and minimize risk.
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Emerging technology has provided event organizers the unique opportunity to step into their attendees’ shoes and experience their event. This invaluable perspective has the ability to provide event pros with a clearer understanding of where to improve as well as how to maximize engagement and networking, while benchmarking for future experiences. From mobile apps to wearables and analytics dashboards, join event tech innovator etouches as it discusses how on-site technology can be used to optimize the attendee journey and increase your event’s impact.