Posts Tagged: #Event Tech

Social Media Walls

Social Media Walls

December 3, 2018

Social media walls offer event planners the opportunity to make an impact while also building brand awareness with attendees and customers. From keeping guests informed about the schedule of events throughout the evening to helping highlight your product or cause, social media walls provide a perfect opportunity for you to make your message an integral […]

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Social Media Insights to Grow Visibility for Your Next Event

Social Media Insights to Grow Visibility for Your Next Event

September 7, 2018

With 81% of Americans on at least one platform, have you ever wondered how social media can help you gain more registrants? Or show off how fun and interesting your conference really is? Before taking the plunge, here are three questions you may be wrestling with: • How often should you post? • Can your […]

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Questions to Answer Before Scheduling Your Next Meeting

Questions to Answer Before Scheduling Your Next Meeting

December 8, 2017

Meetings are an integral part of professional life. They are places where new information is conveyed, decisions are made, and strategic breakthroughs are formulated. However, most meetings are still poorly planned and ineffectively executed. If you want to be a shining star in your company or association, ask and answer the following five questions when […]

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10 Must-Know Security Strategies for Global Event Planners

10 Must-Know Security Strategies for Global Event Planners

March 22, 2017

In this article, Rentacomputer.com taps into another influencer. This time we looked to the risk management industry and an expert who works with global companies to offer a wide array of services which focus on minimizing threats during business events.   How does a planner do his or her security diligence without sacrificing the quality […]

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Presidential Inauguration 2017: Four Takeaways for Any Meeting Planner

Presidential Inauguration 2017: Four Takeaways for Any Meeting Planner

February 13, 2017

Between the Presidential Inauguration on January 20th, the parade that followed, multiple evening galas, and the Women’s March on Washington on Saturday the 21st, it is estimated that over one million visitors traveled to Washington DC to attend these events. The net economic results (no matter where you stand) yielded sold out hotel rooms in […]

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