There are many ways to create a great event, but perhaps the best strategy for ensuring attendees have a memorable experience is personalization. DoubleDutch has always offered a tailored experience for attendees using the mobile app, but the new My Info extension will allow organizers to deliver personalize[…]
Your online registration system is the first touchpoint with your customers so you can't afford to deliver a less-than-seamless experience. Even the slightest mishap during the registration process can lead to unpleasant consequences such as inefficiency or disruptions in an attendee's experience.
If you’re planning to create a great attendee experience for your upcoming event, you’re probably considering leveraging event technology in some way. The two most common event tech tools are online registration systems and mobile event apps.
The news hit the wire yesterday that Cvent has announced its intent to acquire QuickMobile, one of the original pioneers of the event tech category. The deal is expected to close as early as this month.
After countless hours of planning, all event professionals can do in the minutes before the doors open to their event is try to breathe, and stay calm. But it's hard to breathe steadily knowing that attendees are relying on your team to keep them engaged, entertained (and fed).
If event planners could see the future, they'd never have to worry about keynote addresses dragging on or expert panels running too short. They would know exactly how to time their events for maximum audience engagement.
Question-and-answer sessions following a panel or keynote are one of your attendee's best opportunities to engage with your event. But due to their unpredictable nature, Q&As are also notoriously difficult to moderate.