Blog Posts

May 31, 2022
Event Management: A Step-By-Step Guide on How to Use It in Your Events

To keep your audience engaged and happy at your event, you'd need to create a top-notch experience. But to create this experience, every aspect of your event, from planning to execution, must be done right. This article covers the crucial topic of event management, and we show you how to employ this in your events.  […]

May 25, 2022
5 Ways to Counteract Lower Onsite Numbers

It's been a seesaw first half of this year, wouldn't you say? The first three months saw almost exclusively virtual events, as the industry dealt with the Omicron surge. Then a large percentage of conference organizers shifted over to face-to-face (many exclusively so). Now we are seeing some organizers concerned that onsite revenue numbers are […]

May 23, 2022
How to make money on hybrid events in 2022

Combining the good features of both online and in-person events, hybrid events are the future of event planning. With new research showing that 63% of companies now have hybrid events in their portfolio, hybrid events are becoming more popular. Event planners therefore need to look for new ways to become profitable. In this article, we […]

May 20, 2022
Why Choosing an Event Tech Partner That Offers a Customer Success Team is Key

As hybrid and virtual events become more popular, so do the event platforms designed to handle these events. However, having a top-notch event platform alone may not be enough to knock your next event out of the park. A key element of successful events is a dedicated, skilled event team. This article will explain why […]

May 17, 2022
How Production Companies Are Leveling Up Their Virtual & Hybrid Events

Organizing hybrid and virtual events comes with peculiar challenges, especially for companies that have traditionally held physical events. But this does not mean that your attendees should feel any loss of quality from your event delivery. With the right event production company, you can give your audience a fantastic experience. This article shows how an […]

May 10, 2022
How to Apply Design Thinking When Planning Your In-Person or Virtual Events

Learning, innovation, and improvement are crucial elements of creating better and better events. These vital concepts are addressed by design thinking, a technique that helps you exceed expectations consistently. In this article, we explain what design thinking is and how you can apply it to creating stellar events.  What is design thinking? Design thinking is […]

April 27, 2022
Hybrid Events Bring Savings, Sustainability, and Greater ROI

Although hybrid events became popular because of the pandemic, they have swiftly transitioned into the post-COVID economy. Businesses around the world have become used to the advantages they offer and are seeking to organize more of them. In this article, we show you how hybrid events bring savings and sustainability to your events. We also […]

March 28, 2022
In-Person vs. Virtual vs. Hybrid: How to Choose Your Event Format in 2022

Slowly, we have adjusted to the new normal brought by COVID, and so have our events and social gatherings. The past two years have shown that, with technology and planning, we can keep corporate engines running. Virtual events took over, reaching thousands of people worldwide.. But as society begins to ease back into pre-COVID norms, […]

March 23, 2022
6 Ways to be a Player in Hybrid/Virtual Events

First, let us start by saying this is NOT about how to be a major influencer in the online event world. This is about interactive and engaging content "players" - the kind both your onsite and online audiences should have at their fingertips during your events, of whatever sort. When you go from the general […]

March 14, 2022
5 Points to Consider Before You Leave Event Content Value on the Table

Thank goodness we are finally returning to physical events. That's where we and our attendees want to be. But it always saddens me when I hear folks say "We're all going to be onsite, so we won't need any online stuff." Won't we?Prior to the pandemic, we used to remind reluctant organizers that for the average […]