Disclosure: The Long Beach Convention & Visitors Bureau has invited me to attend the grand opening of its renovated Long Beach Arena free of charge and has agreed to pay for my accommodations during the event in exchange for my sharing of news about it on my social media channels and blog.
A little over a month ago, my colleague Mitchell Beer, with whom I'm honored to work at Smarter Shift content marketing, unveiled a new way to repurpose content captured from conference sessions.
More transparency, more engagement and more education: these are some of the features Generations X and Y are looking for in exhibitions and events, according to new research by Amsterdam RAI.
Last week my friends Lindsay Rosenthal and Liz King over at Event Alley, asked me to share a few tips for saving money on AV with their event planning listeners.
The combination of live online communication with streaming via the Internet has provided event organizers with a great way to extend their audience reach and contain travel costs. But do you really need a semi-truck load of technical tools to ensure a quality hybrid event experience? Absolutetly not.
As a marketer my people often think of ourselves as the most important aspect of any business activity. After all, who else is bringing in all of the business?
The following is a guest blog article by Tim Kern. If you are interested in guest blogging for Sound n' Sight, please read my guest blogging guidelines. And if you have any thoughts, please comment. Tim and I both would love to hear what you have to say!
Want more satisfaction, wow experiences and breakthrough collaborative moments at your events? Then create the ideal circumstances for the production of oxytocin in your attendees.