Whether you’re planning an intimate executive retreat or a conference for thousands, there are a few things you can do to help differentiate your event.
Planners’ forecasts for 2012 have been tempered by reality and brought back to earth, due, no doubt, to the brutal economic downturn of the last three-plus years.
When it comes to social media marketing, even a bite-sized budget can yield super-sized results, with a bit of research and an understanding of your customers’ tastes.
More and more, professionals and consumers use Social Media as their first point of reference and research before reaching out via e-mail or phone.
The Sheraton Centre Toronto now offers wireless Internet in all 1,377 guestrooms, making it the largest WiFi hotel in Canada.
The Las Vegas Convention Center has partnered with Smart City Networks to give customers free Wi-Fi in all public areas of the venue.
Thinking of creating an app for your next event, but don’t know where to start? Arming yourself with the basics will make your task much easier.
A futuristic, egg-shaped digital frame eliminates the tedious steps of printing, sorting and placing pictures into an old school album. An LCD display stores more than 65 photos and includes a calendar, clock and alarm function. Choose from an attractive…
Through social media contests and tagging, planners can ensure their message reaches their social network’s social network.
A summary of some cutting-edge event technology – apps, web-based tools and online strategies – available to planners to help them organize better meetings and events.
Your attendees expect your meeting or event to run smoothly. You can help the process by understanding some of the many technology options available to you.
Embrace new technology or risk falling behind.