2nd Annual Event Horror Story Fest: New Nightmares

It’s all starts like an eerie dream that quickly turns dark, then a relentless feeling of fear and dread overcomes you. That’s right, it’s that time of year again, a time to share our frightening tales of events gone horribly wrong. So turn out the lights, cuddle up with your laptop and prepare yourself for


9 Meeting Planning Mistakes to Avoid

To ensure that meetings flow smoothly and achieve desired results, there are a number of things to keep in mind. Ultimately, it is the most senior executive present who has the ability to support or pull the plug on a meeting. A carefully crafted agenda delivered at an appropriate venue are keys for the success


Event Horror Stories: The Devil is in the Details

Our planner, Jenny, is about to experience perhaps the most chilling moment a person in her profession will ever face. So, it’s time to gather up your courage and watch the blood-curdling video below (peek through your fingers if you are faint of heart), and then read about solutions to this horrific situation. Well, there


7 Ways the Apple Watch will Impact Meetings and Events

The hottest and what I believe is most fashionable wearable hit the market last week after months of speculation and anticipation. Aside from being aesthetically pleasing, the Apple Watch is poised to have a big impact on the lives of its users. I am one of the estimated 20 million people who will have an


8 Spring Themes for Corporate Events

For many of us, the anticipation of spring is almost too much to bear. But when the weather gets finally warm, it’s time to think out of the garden box and tie some spring flair into your corporate events. Here are some themes guaranteed to put your attendees in the mood for spring: Cherry Blossom


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3 Big Benefits of Using Apps For Small Meetings

You may not think about how small meetings can use an app, but there is something to be said about the impact of apps in this area. Small meetings typically have 20 – 100 attendees, and companies that host dozens of small meetings a year can see great value in mobile app adoption. Photo source:


5 Simple Steps to Managing an Event App

As a consultant and Technology Services Manager for dozens of clients, I have managed multiple activations of mobile apps for events. In the process, I developed a pretty foolproof system for successful implementation and adoption of the app while meeting organizational goals. If you are considering a mobile app for your event, or feel like


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Event Horror Stories: Your Turn

If you missed any of our event horror stories, you can click the links below to view them. Event Horror Story 1 – Uninvited Guests Event Horror Story 2 – The Quest for the Acceptable Venue Event Horror Story 3 – Mobile Madness Event Horror Story 4 – Night of the Zombie Attendees We know


Event Horror Stories: Night of the Zombie Attendees

Did this episode sound familiar? Read below, and see how you can avoid a similarly gruesome fate at your events! Human beings are social creatures. They yearn for engagement—in fact, they need it. Live events are a great way to keep people engaged, but sometimes they aren’t enough to hold everyone’s rapt attention. If attendee