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?
Author: Sam Garcia
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?
December also allows us to disconnect and reflect on the things that really matter. It allows us to put things in perspective and somehow gather our bearings in preparation for the new year. And this is what this post is about! It’s a recap of all the things we’re thankful for—and an invitation for you to join us in reliving our best moments in 2022!
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.
Following the rise and fall of various event formats in recent years, due in large part to the pandemic, event organisers would need to count on suppliers for proper AV equipment regardless if the event is face-to-face, virtual or hybrid.
You may think that event technology is not necessary for small-scale events, but that notion cannot be further from the truth. If you are organising a corporate event of under 100 employees, you can still acquire basic solutions to make your life easier as an event organiser.
Let’s admit it. Some of our guilty pleasures when it comes to attending events are the food and drinks they serve for the guests. While there are various types of events across different industries, everybody needs sustenance and refreshments during an event or after a long day of corporate meetings, sessions, and all the usual formalities.
The Eventscase ecosystem is composed of various products that all work together to provide a seamless experience to event organisers and their attendees. As face-to-face events are coming back, the popularity of the event app is definitely increasing. While the advantages of having a dedicated app for your event are inarguable, some event organisers may still pose the question: “But what if only a few of my attendees will use it?”
Staffing may be needed in the form of event staff, hostesses, exhibition staff, product sampling, event producers, event security, etc. Sometimes staffing may also be needed for specialised activities or to prepare entire venues, and this is why you should look for a staffing company with a diversified portfolio and with a proven track record to meet bespoke requirements.