Cvent CONNECT Europe is Europe’s premier event technology conference that brings together meetings, events, and hospitality professionals to exchange best practices with like-minded peers, evolve and inspire their meeting and event programs, and put cutting-edge strategies into practice.
According to Pigeonhole Live, monthly meetings are a great opportunity to engage employees and further motivat them to achieve their performance goals. However, when executed poorly, they are often justa waste of time. Pigeonhole Live has compiled a list of 9 tips on how to run effective monthly team meetings:
1. Set and follow a clearly defined meeting agenda
Structure and organisation are key. A clearly defined agenda should be set and also folliowed through.
2. Always celebrate something
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When it comes to organising an event, working inside a tight budget can sometimes seem limiting. But Interactio wants to share 5 tips with you in order for you to see how having a strict budget can really stimualte your creativity and help you deliver the best results.
1.) Identify the main value drivers for your event audience
Interview with Tim Ferguson, CEO of Audience
On May 25th 2018, the EU General Data Protection Regulation came into force. This regulation strengthens data protection laws applicable to EU companies and more gnereally when data from European citizens is collected. As a European company, idloom is eager to comply with this regulation and to support their customers in the changes that it involves in the management of events.
One of the biggest benefits of event marketing comes down to the here and now of an event day: it is all about the meet and greets, networking and face-to-face interactions. However, the success of an event depends on the action taken well before the event day, as well as the days after. Video marketing is one of the biggest ways to garner that success. Eventmobi has compiled a list of the biggest benefits of event marketing to help you market your event better.
Before video marekting your events, ask these three critical questions to yourself: