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  • Whose Responsibility is it to Promote Event Activities?, 23 Feb 2017

    In an ideal world, every event would go off without a hitch – there’d be plenty of happy people, plenty of fun/productivity (depending on your goals),…

  • Wanna Trade? Bartering in the Events Industry, 20 Sep 2016

    I don’t know about you, but when I think about the concept of a barter system, it brings me back to ancient times, before money existed…

  • 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…

  • 4 Ways to Get Your Community to Promote Your Events, 23 Oct 2014

    Planning events is a team effort. You need to have a production line of tasks in place that will move projects smoothly from one person to…

  • Getting Vendors to Say Yes to Promotion, 28 Aug 2014

    Your event is a revolving ecosystem. In order to get everything to run smoothly and work together you need to have a plan in place. Thinking…

  • How You Can Drive Registrations with Speaker Co-Marketing, 31 Jul 2014

    Speaker: noun: a person who speaks formally before an audience;lecturer;orator. Co-marketing: noun: a partnership between two or more companies where both companies jointly market each other’s products.…

  • Maximize Your Event Exposure With Social Media, 15 Apr 2014

    Lisa Buyer, president and CEO of the Buyer Group, will lead a workshop on “How to Power Your Events Using Social Media” during the Workshop Series at BizBash…

  • 4 Rules to Creating the Perfect Hashtag, 02 Apr 2014

    This post was written by Camilla Pecetto, Marketing Manager at evvnt.  Hashtags have become one of the most used tools on social media networks since they…

  • Do PR Agencies Suck? How to Get Your Own Publicity, 25 Mar 2014

    This post was written by Brad Foster, managing editor of micenet AUSTRALIA magazine. He has been to more events than he cares to remember, and read…