In recent months, we’ve been tasked to create some gamification elements for various clients with a large portion for events. So we thought we’ll share some tips on how you could also potentially use this for your next event.
When it comes to buying a property in which to live, many people swear by the old adage ‘location, location, location’ – and it seems this is no less important for event organizers looking for somewhere to host their next meeting or conference.
I was talking to one of the Event Management agency, who handles lots of conferences per year for their end-clients. While the end-client budget seems more challenging year-on-year, there is a need to meet the shortfall of revenue through sponsorship, which in this case, goes directly to the Event Management agency, who is responsible to drive that piece of revenue on their own.
It is difficult to believe that Facebook is less than ten years old, so widespread is its use. Since its inception as a way for college students in the US to keep in touch, it has evolved into a hugely useful tool that can spread the word about almost anything in a matter of hours or even minutes.
Google+ may be a relative newcomer in the world of social media (it was only opened up to the mass public in September 2011), but its high-profile, influential owner means it is already making big inroads into the sector.
The world may still be recovering from a recession, but businesses have remained keen to organize trade shows in order to showcase their wares and network with potential clients or suppliers. Indeed, technology-based shows seem especially popular thanks to increased connectivity and a proliferation of new gadgets.
Twitter is one of the world’s biggest social network, with 231.7 million active users all over the globe. According to Brickfish, 100 million of them log in daily, sending an astonishing 5,000 tweets every second.