Delegate Evaluations Made Easy

Open Audience always finds it incredible how delegate evaluations are often not thought of until the very end of an event. That piece of paper with feedback questions (always paper!) is handed out to the delegates just as they are putting on their coats.

Events and meetings cost money. Everybody knows that. So the question about whether your delegates were engaged is a pretty vital one. It is far too important to wait until the end of the meeting to find out. 

The Mental Toll of Overworking (And What To Do About It)

It is easy to dismiss work stress as a normal part of the job, and to some extent, it is. But compounded and chronic exhaustion may be your body's way of telling you to hit pause. Often, we find ourselves letting our work control us, instead of the other way around. As it becomes more and more of a routine, we may not see that we are no longer performing to the best of our abilities until the results of our labour speak for themselves. Ignoring your body's cries for help can lead to burnout - and this takes a toll on you both physically and mentally.

2020: Happy New Decade!

A new year has tiptoed in! Conference Compass would like to take the chance to wish you a great 2020 and share their vision on the future of event apps.

This year will see a strong movement to deep personalization of user experience. And because of the desire for a truly engaging and sophisticated approach, event apps will become more functional, more personal and more effective.

Why event organisers should no longer renounce on event tech

The use of event tech should not be an option anymore. It should be seen as an integral part of your planning alongsid elements as location and catering. Nevertheless, many organizers are not aware of the real added value that these technologies can bring. Event technologies can not only be a great help when planning an event, but you can also profit from them during and even after the event took place.

In the following areas are event technologies used the most:

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