Online and on newsstands now, you will find Cramer’s recent thinking showcased in the May 2016 edition of Event Marketer’s magazine.
Using B2B Meetings to Build Culture, the Evolution of the Event Layout, and the Power of Content
Cramer's own Rich Sturchio, Brent Turner, Mark Wilson, and Lindsay Nie, provide insight to the ever evolving event industry in this Event Marketer facilitated roundtable discussion.
How to Satisfy Attendee "Infolust" At Your Next Event
Cut through the crowds with a simple offering to build an economy of trust at your next event. No, not half-priced apps. Information.
Content Marketing in the Event Industry
In this #EventIcons podcast, David Epstein, Content Marketing Manager at Bizzabo, and Kristen Carvalho, Senior Content and Social Media Manager at eTouches chat about how they're crushing content marketing in the event space.
5 Free and Simple Ways to Boost Your Content Marketing Efforts
Content marketing is a challenging task which seems to demand a lot of time, effort, and money. The time and effort part is definitely true, but the lots of money thing doesn’t have to be.
The Framework for Answering a Marketer’s Questions about Big Data
A growing and maturing landscape of Big Data vendors now make it easier-than-ever for marketers to apply “big data” to their strategies, campaigns, and customer experiences.
3 Ways the Internet of Things Will Revolutionize Marketing
An industry that is expected to add $ 19 trillion to the Global GDP will definitely have an impact on all aspects of organizations. As such the Internet of Things will revolutionize marketing.
DoubleDutch Declares the End of the Event Tech Era, Introduces Future of Live Engagement Marketing
With DoubleDutch's new platform, events can finally be measured and managed as easily as other digital marketing channels such as Google ads, social or mobile campaigns and email marketing.
Bendy Lenses Will Change Everything about Cameras As We Know Them
You’ve probably never seen a camera lens like the one Shree Nayar is working on in his lab at Columbia University. Unlike, say, the lens inside your smartphone, it’s totally flexible, and bending the sheet increases its field of view.