Articles Tagged ‘Conferences’

Create a Customized Flash Drive to Make Your Event More Memorable

Published by Steve Manicor

For many attendees, attending an educational event is kind of a big deal. They have to get permission to attend, take time off from work and usually make travel arrangements

Credit Card Sized Flash Drives

Published by Steve Manicor

Flash drives come in all sizes, colors and shapes. And, although there are convenient, cool and sleek, most flash drives don’t give you much room for your logo (or any

Survey on Social Technologies and Conferences

Published by Steve Manicor

It’s that time again where we need your input.

As you know, the use of social media like Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube and others is rapidly growing among members of many

Email to Collect Final Presentations… Really?

Published by Steve Manicor

Using email to collect final presentations for a conference is like using a tractor in the ocean, but I guess it’s better than receiving a bunch of FedEx packages with

5 Reasons Direct Mail Works to Promote Your Conference

Published by Steve Manicor

With shrinking budgets, green initiatives and the ease of email marketing, some meeting planners have all but abandoned direct mail initiatives to promote their events. But direct mail plays an

Justifying Going to a Conference

Published by Steve Manicor

You know attendees love your events – just look back at the comments! But this year more than ever before, you’re unsure that they’ll be able to convince their employers

Making My Speakers Follow a PPT Template (part 2 of 3 on PPTs)

Published by Steve Manicor

A big question for meeting planners is, “Should you require your speakers to use a PowerPoint template, or not?” You can sit on the fence and debate this all day,