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Whether it’s a conference or a trade fair, most types of corporate events rely on technologies that help reduce wait times and eliminate hardware errors on the ground. As one of the principal stages of an event lifecycle, onsite check-in has the power to shape the mood of the event’s attendees. So if you want to see smiling faces, you need to ensure everything runs smoothly in the check-in area. How do you find the technology that caters to your corporate event needs? What features should you focus on? And how do you organise the process? Read on to learn the answers.

If you’re in the events industry, you’ve likely heard many myths and facts surrounding one of the buzziest data protection regulations, GDPR. When the news about GDPR shook the world in 2016, most businesses were in the dark about how to handle it. This gave birth to a huge variety of misconceptions about GDPR compliance in the events industry. Today, with GDPR enforcement knocking at everyone’s door, we’ve decided to clear things up.

Are you willing to spend your money and time on an event you know nothing about? Unless you’ve attended the very same meeting before, it’s hard to predict what you should expect. A clear, comprehensive agenda is the backbone of an event that provides invitees with a worthy value offer. In this article, we explore different ways of creating an agenda that speaks your event’s language.

With the enforcement of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in May 2018, businesses around the world must adapt to suit this brand new data protection policy. As the broadest modification in data privacy laws since 1995, the GDPR is going to be a game changer in every industry that deals with data collection. We’ve decided to explore how event businesses should perform effective due diligence today to avoid painful punishments in May.