More and more companies are coming to the conclusion that business events must be part of an optimal marketing mix. Read here how you can efficiently use event marketing as a supporting communication tool.
The first step in improving your next event is holding an event debrief: an essential step in between taking a breath and diving into your next event.
Including some ways of interactivity during your event is a great way to set your event apart, to inform your audience in an engaging and fun way and to add a personal touch to it.
When organising an event, you want your guests to have a great experience. However, this can sometimes be quite difficult when you’re on a strict budget. Luckily, there are multiple ways of keeping the costs to a minimum without reducing the fun; here are 3 tips to save money!
In a world where digital communication is increasing, how can we use the opportunities that online communication offers today to further increase the impact of our event? This is very simple: You encourage your guests to share their experience online during the event, for example on Instagram.