Event technology has permeated every aspect of event management, from planning and marketing to the live experience and its follow-up. But, while technology is meant to make things easier, choosing the right technology for your needs and challenges can be rather difficult.
Event branding is important if you’re anywhere on the scale from passionate creative turning to your dorm mate to call out “why don’t we just organize this thing?!” to corporate event planner bored out of your mind of bland conference centres.
The books in this reading list won’t teach you how to choose the best flower arrangements for an event, but they will help you understand how you get total strangers to connect, share ideas and build things together.
We’ve all been that kind of person who signs up for free events and doesn’t show up. A harmless crime, until you become the person who organizes a sold-out free event and ends up with empty seats. But don’t despair, there are a few good ways to avoid no-shows and restore your hope in humanity.
During events, or as part of communities, we often find it hard to fully commit, be present and connect with the people we gathered with. Bobbilee Hartman solves this problem with her Lodged Out retreats in most exciting ways.