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How to Quickly Turn Around a Failing Event

It’s naïve to expect that an event will go perfectly and you won’t have to get through at least a few hurdles in the process. And the bigger the event, the bigger the chance that something will go wrong.
And while sometimes that might seem like the end of the world, in the world of event […]

By |February 26th, 2015|Blog|0 Comments

When Love Goes Bad: and Takes Your Event Down With It

Gone Girl was one of my favorite books to read and with the movie recently out it has me thinking… February is always the month of everything love and Valentines. So how do relationship stories like ‘Gone Girl’ (that are, lets call it, “unconventional”) fit into  Valentines and the events industry?

Gone Girl is a great thriller that […]

By |February 18th, 2015|Blog, Topics of the Month|0 Comments

Must Read Articles – Jan 16 2015

Happy Friday, friends! We have some must reads for your weekend reading pleasure on some of our favorite topics, data, social media and more data! Enjoy!

 

Why Data is an Event Planners Best Friend by @PYMLive

I love that this article puts a personal spin on event data. Isn’t it beneficial to learn how you can customize your […]

By |January 16th, 2015|Event Industry Must Reads|0 Comments

From Measurement to Money – PCMA Convening Leaders Edition

Why are more and more #eventprofs moving from “Measurement to Money”and how can increased sponsor value, more qualified exhibitor leads, event revenue growth and a better experience for every attendee be the Future of Events?

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2015 is going to be another big year for […]

By |December 22nd, 2014|Blog|0 Comments

From Measurement to Money

Why are more and more #eventprofs moving from “Measurement to Money”and how can increased sponsor value, more qualified exhibitor leads, event revenue growth and a better experience for every attendee be the Future of Events?

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2015 is going to be another big year for […]

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: BusyEvent To Enhance Mobile Event Platform with New Features and Capabilities to Drive Big Data Value

10 data-driven enhancements upgrade mobile platform’s ability to track and monetize detailed participant actions, and to improve event app experience for all participants

IAEE Expo! Expo! Annual Meeting & Exhibition, LOS ANGELES, California and ST. LOUIS Missouri,– December 9, 2014 – BusyEvent Mobile today announced the launch of 10 new key features to their data-driven mobile […]

By |December 9th, 2014|Blog|0 Comments

Event Industry Must Read Articles- December 2014 (End of the year BONUS)

It’s that time of year again; where everyone is in the giving spirit. To keep with the giving spirit , we have a bonus must-reads edition to end out 2014 with! Here are some of our favorite articles. Enjoy your reading and Happy Holidays, event friends!

 

1. Using Second Screen to Connect with Your Audience (And […]

By |December 8th, 2014|Blog, Event Industry Must Reads|0 Comments


The Official “What To Do” @IAEE_HQ #expoexpo – According to BusyEvent

Or said another way. . . how to GET MORE from your experience at one of the best event industry shows of the year.

According to IAEE President David DuBois “registration and exhibitor space are tracking slightly ahead of last year”. And there’s even MORE available at the official press release.  But what if you want […]

By |December 8th, 2014|Blog|0 Comments


#Events Industry #Tech Trends for 2015 – What Are Yours?

 

There’s a really great discussion going on in the “Social Media and Event Technology for Event Planners and Meeting Planners” subgroup of the “Event Planning & Event Management” group on LinkedIn.

Started by Mark Walker from Eventbrite, he asked the question: What trends, challenges or opportunities are you predicting will impact the events industry most in 2015? […]

By |December 4th, 2014|Blog|5 Comments

Revenue and Profits and Tumbleweeds?

It’s been an interesting couple of months around the #eventsTOM topic table.  The September Events Topic of the Month focused on ‘9 Intriguing Uses of Event Technology’ and the response was AWESOME!  From the hundreds of retweets, to the dozens of comments and ‘Likes’ and ‘Shares’ and thousands of page views, it seemed that everyone had […]