Current data point to several deficiencies when it comes to adopting diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) in the events industry. This reality does not only pervade the realm of attendees, but it is also experienced by event organisers themselves.
As an event management software provider, we are always at the forefront of modernising different solutions in our effort to make your lives as event organisers easier. A challenge we have to continuously overcome is facing the rigours of digital transformation and the way it changes the way various sectors work.
The essence of every event circles around the attendees and translating their needs into digestible content. We place a large emphasis on how to make the attendee experience better and there are many resources available on how to organise events that can wow different crowds.
While having face-to-face events is still the crowd-favourite format, the events industry has to take strides when it comes to digital marketing. Strategies from 10 years ago may no longer work since the digital landscape changes so much in short periods of time. What’s looming on the horizon—and which seems to be the current buzzword—is artificial intelligence. How will it affect our industry in the future? This is just one of the questions we have to keep asking as we adapt with the times.
The reality is AI today offers innovative ways to make our lives easier. This is also the case when it comes to the event management, integrating artificial intelligence (AI) can improve live event management and make the life of an event planner easier.
Event management is no easy feat; there are so many moving parts that you have to consider especially if you’re organising a high-impact event or an event attended by a multitude of people. While the focus in many events is improving the attendee experience, there are few resources that address the burden that event organisers feel when they are faced with different issues that affect their well-being.
The events industry is no exemption to the sustainability challenge. As technology revolutionises different processes within the event management lifecycle, and as pressure for event organisers to “go green” intensifies, how does an ideal event look like in 2023 and in the years to come?
The start of the new year allows us to put things into perspective and yearn for better days ahead. For the event-organising community, this period also means strategizing on how to make events more impactful. Time and again we must delve into the same question: what makes attendees really come to events?
It’s that time of the year again when we all get invited to different Christmas and year-end parties! At Eventscase, we advocate the use of technology for all types of events, including internal corporate events for different companies and organisations.
This is the last part of our series on how to use event technology for your corporate events. Perhaps it is the most important one since many corporate events would fall under this size: <1000 attendees.