At DoubleDutch, we strive to unlock the business value of human connections by bringing the power of digital to live events. This is the latest in our CMO Perspective #PowerofLive series, where we interview progressive, innovative CMOs who are making live events a strategic part of their marketing approach.
As an event marketer, you spend a ton of time thinking about how to get people to attend your events. But, have you ever taken a second to pause and consider what events you should be attending to become a more well rounded, strategic marketer?
There are a lot of things I love about DoubleDutch. The product, the people, the stocked fridges... for a girl from the deep south, it’s more than I ever imagined when it comes to a job. During my two years here, I’ve grown in ways I never thought possible. I’ve been forever changed for the better from my exp[…]
Events are much more than logistical challenges to be solved, from session topics and travel arrangements to catering menus. They are a goldmine for marketers tasked with keeping the content engine humming.
As a customer marketer, I know there's no better marketing tool than a happy customer who's willing to speak on your company's behalf. According to a recent study, customer recommendations are up to 10 times more effective in driving sales than a brand's own sales and marketing efforts.
For years, the payoff for event marketing spend was fuzzy. Companies held events because they knew events were probably valuable and worthy of a sizable chunk of the annual marketing budget, but they couldn't precisely back up those beliefs with solid data.
Inspiration often comes in bursts, and I recently had the good fortune of dropping into three conversations that influenced the way I think about technology’s role at live events. The common thread of these conversations? All three considered digital as a complement, not a replacement, for live events, and […]