In essence, an event strategy embodies a firm’s aptitude for crafting a targeted and data-driven schedule of events, encompassing face-to-face, digital, and hybrid gatherings. It outlines the objectives a business aims to attain through its conferences and events, as well as the approach it will take to achieve these outcomes.
In today’s fast-paced and ever-evolving events industry, staying ahead of the competition requires a flexible and efficient approach to project management. This is where agile project management comes into play.
November is the month for Event Tech Live which is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year. At Eventscase, we are geared up to join the celebration. Once again, we will be there, and our UK team is working hard to make sure that Booth B44 at ExCel London will be up and running.
In simple terms, corporate event planning is the process of organising events for a brand or business to achieve business goals. This includes events such as conferences, seminars, exhibitions, workshops and other corporate occasions. These are events that play a vital role in bringing people together to share knowledge and foster connections that in the end drive business growth.
Event crisis management is a critical aspect of organising successful events. It involves anticipating and effectively addressing potential crises that may arise before, during, and after an event. By having a comprehensive event management plan in place, event organisers can minimise the impact of crises, protect their reputation, and ensure the safety and satisfaction of attendees.
Iván García, CTO of Eventscase, explains in this post what the future of virtual—and also in-person—events might look like. Concepts like attention crisis, Metaverse, and hyperrealist avatars intertwine to make us ponder an imminent future.
Over the past year, we’ve defied conventions and channelled our “sarcastic” nature in each of the monthly newsletters we’ve launched under the ‘Plot Twist’ branding.
In today’s digital age, events have become much more than just a gathering of people with common interests. Attendees now expect immersive and interactive experiences that leave a lasting impact. This is where event technology comes into play. Event technology refers to the use of digital tools and platforms to enhance the planning and execution of events and the corresponding attendee experience. From registration and ticketing to networking and engagement, event technology has revolutionised the way events are organised and experienced.
You’ve probably heard of the term ‘content calendar’. It is a guide that is set in place to help teams plan, organise, and schedule their content in advance, allowing for smooth content production throughout the planned days. This calendar is an essential component of any team that is looking to keep organised and be successful in their overall content goals. So how can Artificial Intelligence (AI) help?
Artificial intelligence (AI) is no longer an outlandish concept. With the help of AI, event planners can now generate content such as event schedules, guest lists, and even promotional materials in a matter of seconds. This makes AI a powerful tool to create engaging personalised content for your events.