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By Danalynne Wheeler Menegus A SPECIAL SECTION BROUGHT TO YOU BY MEETING PROFESSIONALS INTERNATIONAL [This article was originally published by Corporateeventnews.com.] When disaster strikes, people need to know what is happening and how they should proceed. In late February, I attended a workshop at the MPINCC Annual Conference & Exhibition entitled “Crisis Communications: The Most Important […]

A strategic marketing and branding expert, Ryan helps Elevation’s clients solve their problems and achieve their business goals through integrated marketing solutions distinguished by research, storytelling, engagement and conversion. With a proven track record of energizing brands and having worked with a variety of Fortune 500 companies, Ryan is a respected expert in achieving consistent […]

 Barbara Rozgonyi publishes www.wiredPRworks.com, an award-winning blog about how to attract attention, build business and captivate communities. Barbara co-founded Social Media Club Chicago, leads CoryWest Media, and is an international speaker who loves motivating people and companies to transform marketing via her signature 4D storytelling and WIRED PR strategy systems. Get in touch via hello@BarbaraRozgonyi.com […]

Elizabeth Johnson is founder and principal of glee Content Marketing where she helps clients with strategy, copywriting and social media. She can be reached at gleecontent@gmail.com As social media has grown, so has the power of influencers and the buzz around the benefits of influencer marketing. This tactic offers a lot of potential for event […]

By Elizabeth Johnson, Principal and Owner, glee Content Marketing While Facebook has dominated the headlines most of the year with one crisis after another, its sister social media site, Instagram has quietly grown into a powerful social marketing tool. In June 2018, it reached 1 billion monthly active users, an increase of 200 million people […]

By Elizabeth Johnson, Principal and Owner, glee Content Marketing Trade shows and events follow a cyclical planning schedule and that includes marketing to exhibitors and attendees. After spending more than a decade marketing events of all sizes in broad range of industries, I can say with unwavering certainty that an event establishes a “registration open” […]

By Warwick Davies, Principal, The Event Mechanic! Who knew? While many assume that the younger generation has gone totally digital and social media focused, some new research suggests that you still need to include some traditional elements if you want your event to be successful. It seems that Millennials actually prefer some of the 20th […]

by Adam Polaszewski, Director of Marketing, INXPO Exhibit programs come in many different shapes and sizes. This was evident when walking the expo floor at EXHIBITOR 2014 last week in Las Vegas. From magicians to massive digital LED displays, this was the conference to see the best of the best compete for foot traffic. Having […]

By Nancy Drapeau, PRC, Research Director This past Sunday my family engaged in the annual ritual of watching the Oscars, staying up until midnight EST to find out in real-time which film was awarded Best Picture. I could have gone to bed but I wanted to be there to see the reaction of the winners, […]

by Jennifer Rivera Content Manager CEIR New methods of communication to potential attendees offer a variety of options when trying to attract them. But which options are best to use, when considering the demographics and segmentation variables that influence potential attendee communication preferences? The Attracting Attendees report can help! It provides insight into attendees’ preferences […]