Last month, I released my eBook ("Meet Charlie: The World's Greatest Event Marketer") about my decade-long journey from inexperienced event coordinator to a seasoned, data-driven event marketer.
This is the third post in our new "Venue Series," where we share our favorite event venues in cities across the U.S. and explain why we love them.
Events have been my life for more than 10 years. I've planned and executed hundreds of them around the world, while successfully moving up the ladder from event coordinator to strategic event marketer. I have traveled extensively, met fascinating people, learned a lot — and the work is more rewarding than eve[…]
Attendees at your industry conferences and company meetings have high expectations for a keynote address. It's more than just another presentation, it's the cornerstone of the entire event. And, if it's your CEO giving the keynote, the stakes are even higher. Your attendees look to the keynote to energize and[…]
This is the second post of our new "Venue Series," where we share our favorite event venues in cities across the U.S. and why we love them.
We often like to stress the importance of choosing a unique venue for your events, but the more your stray from the traditional hotel-type venue the more you need to think about accessibility. Hotels are often already set-up to accommodate people with accessibility needs, but other venues may not be.