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Event apps: popular features in 2016

Posted on August 23, 2016

When you develop an event app platform, you constantly modify and build features that your clients are asking for. Then every few months, you’re able to tell which functions the organizers and attendees love. It is important to pinpoint that, as capabilities that are well-matched with market demand are important factors in your overall sales and marketing strategies.

So, what are the hot event app features this year?

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Tips to set up an event website that doesn’t turn the attendees off

Posted on March 4, 2014

To start creating the buzz that will attract many attendees to your event, you need to have a well-designed, informative and engaging website. Straightforward as it may seem, there are still a lot of websites that are frustratingly unappealing in terms of content and form. Please, remember these points (says every attendee ever): Continue Reading

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Current trends in the trade show market

The trade show market has been keeping strong, with year 2013 seeing the 11th consecutive quarter with growth, as observed by the Center for Exhibition Industry Research. The industry is also being shaped by new trends and influenced by technology more than ever.

We’ve decided to prepare a list of the most important market tendencies that professionals should acknowledge and act on. Continue Reading

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5 ways to attract attendees to your event

As your event is approaching, the key thing is to create this buzz around it that makes everyone talk about it. There are, indeed, scores of ways to do it well and keep it going – that’s when we all reach out to marketing specialists. But any professional also needs to have a pretty good idea about things that matter to your attendees, as this also should influence the way you create your events.

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6 steps you can’t forget while organizing an event

Posted on January 2, 2014

There is no shortcut when it comes to event organization. This will always require checking off hundreds of bigger and smaller points on your to-do lists. There are, however, a lot of things that are unchangeable – you’ll always have them on your list, whether you’re running a meetup for a local community or a high-profile finance summit. They need to be thought over and determined before you start talking to the vendors that you’ll work with.

The steps below will in practice unfold into another sub-lists with further details to take care of. Nevertheless, use this mini-guide when you’re about to start with your new project and are in two minds about the essentials.

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