The Rise of the Event Technologist: Crucial For your Event's Success?

The role of an event planner has beecome very broad in its scope already, from selecting venues, food, speakers, room layouts, music and managing budgt to laying out an effective marketing plan, an event planner has to think of all of it. It leaves you with no doubt as to why the role ranks among the most stressful jobs in the world. 

Workplace inclusivity

An inclusive workplace culture makes diversity work.  True inclusivity can only be achieved if a company truly understands the importance of making inclusion part of their company culture.

On-site Badge Printing: Are You Still Pre-Printing Badges?

Event Planners who do not want to spend a portion of their budget outsourcing name badges have all felt the pain of creating their own name badges for hundreds or even thousands of guests. It is time to leave traditional conference badge printing in the past. Here are Fielddrive's 10 reasons to switch to on-site badge printing now!

Top Three Tips: 1-to-1 meetings

It is becoming highly apparent that attendees today have less time than they used to and they want to take the shortest route to what is relevant to them. 10 years ago, they speent three full days walking around a trade show floor - today they want to have as much as possible pre-booked and spend one full day (or even less) at the show.

The desire to meet relevant people make meaningful connections in person has increaseed. However, attendees have significantly less time and more distractions as roadblocks.

Why should events be sustainable?

Fanomena Events has curated a list of reasons for an event to be sustainable.

1. It is well known that a single event produces a lot of waste and may have a long-lasting negative impact on the nature around it. By measuring the footprint of an event, using recyclable materials and switching to digital technologies, every event manager can lessen the impact on the planet.



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