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  • The Collaborative Economy’s Impact on Events, 22 Sep 2016

    Airbnb, VRBO, Uber and Lyft — companies at the forefront of the “sharing economy,” from home rentals to ridesharing — have been getting more than their own…

  • Do You Need an Event Checkup?, 25 Aug 2016

    Pain points. Every event planner has them, especially when it comes to technology implementation and its effectiveness with engagement and increasing event ROI.  And with so many…

  • Delegate Experience & Event Tech Innovation, 22 Aug 2016

    This post was written with Daniel Elder (Comexposium), Lauren Williams and Miranda Carter (etouches). Marketing, technology and innovation are all critical contributors to event success, but…

  • Give Your Attendees an Unforgettable Onsite Experience, 26 Jul 2016

    First impressions are everything and when it comes to events, onsite registration is your opportunity to set the tone and let your attendees know that they…

  • Step Up Your Snapchat Game! How to Create a Geofilter for Your Next Event, 21 Jul 2016

    In case you haven’t heard, people love Snapchat. And while you may think it’s a teen fad not worth adding to your social media plan consider…

  • Communicating to Attendees With Safety Concerns, 23 Jun 2016

    Over the last couple months, the news has been filled with alarming stories that are greatly affecting the travel and events industries. Terrorist attacks in Europe, the…

  • Maximize Your Minimum: The SECRETS to Mouthwatering F&B on a Budget, 22 Jun 2016

    We, the event experts here at etouches, would like to share an important piece of advice with you: food will make or break your event. Food…

  • Questions Answered: Incorporating Wearables into your Event, 21 Jun 2016

    On June 16th, we hosted a live webinar with Matthew Donegan-Ryan, CRO and Co-Founder of FastBar, to get down to the specifics of The Easiest Ways…

  • Learning a Second Language for The Events Industry, 29 Apr 2016

    While it is often required by many non-native English speakers to learn English for business, native-English speakers often don’t have to take the time to learn…

  • Non-Traditional Travel Services & The Events Industry: Part 2, 21 Apr 2016

    Welcome back! In Part 1 of this non-traditional travel services blog post, we covered Airbnb and other shared-lodging services and their potential effects on the events…