How to Avoid Event Clichés and Build Something Valuable

How to Avoid Event Clichés and Build Something Valuable

Somewhere along the way, we stopped thinking for ourselves and became too focused on following trends. That’s not necessarily ...

How to Design Efficient Badges for Your Event

How to Design Efficient Badges for Your Event

Have you ever walked into someone's office and seen an event badge collection hanging on their wall? If not, know that lots of people save their event badges as a memory. So if you think that carefully designing a badge isn’t worth your time, think again.

How to Buy Back Time When Planning an Event

How to Buy Back Time When Planning an Event

Being an event professional nowadays means having no time to focus on what’s truly important. The urgency of daily tasks and assignments consumes more time than ever.

How to Get People Excited Before Your Event

How to Get People Excited Before Your Event

Anticipation can be much more powerful and fulfilling than an experience itself. According to author James Clear, "Dopamine is released not only when you experience pleasure, but also when you anticipate it."

15 Ways to Screw Up Presentations

15 Ways to Screw Up Presentations

A really good presentation requires talent, hard work and a lot of practice. Giving a bad presentation is much easier. 15 tips to really screw it up.

The Apple Vision Pro: A Game Changer for the Event Industry?

The Apple Vision Pro: A Game Changer for the Event Industry?

The launch of the Apple Vision Pro has sent ripples through the tech world, and its implications for the event industry are potentially groundbreaking.

How to Use Virtual Reality to Engage More Your Attendees

How to Use Virtual Reality to Engage More Your Attendees

It’s already here. Athletes use it to improve their techniques. Medical students employ it to practice complex surgeries. Army professionals engage in it to test different combat strategies.

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