Driven by the boom of the experiential learning movement, meetings and events are placing increasing emphasis on providing immersive education opportunities via on-site activations to boost engagement and ensure attendees are connecting with brand messages on higher levels than ever before.
Event Industry Trends From Around the World in 2018 [Infographic]
Discover the latest event industry trends in this infographic using new data from more than 4,000 event creators from around the world.
Crowdcasting [Catalyst Podcast Episode 12]
Event marketers are casting their ideal crowd to form lines outside their events and simulate word-of-mouth buzz.
Malcolm Gladwell Just Shared a Counterintuitive Trick to Calm Your Nerves Before Speaking in Public
One of the most prolific speakers (and writers and thinkers) around, Malcolm Gladwell, gives advice you might not expect in overcoming this number one fear.
How Making Social Media a Centerpiece of Experiences Can Create Lasting Value for Consumers
Good experiential marketing is taking Instagram optimization to the next level: it’s giving people a dynamic, fully-Instagrammable space in which to actually do something.
Vertical Video Ads Are Coming to YouTube
Advertisers can now snap up slots that fill up a users' screen when they're viewing content on YouTube's mobile app in a similar way to the ads served by the likes of Instagram and Snapchat.
Experiential Takeaways from Google I/O and NEXT
Digital technology plays a huge role in both daily life and experiential execution. Brands must carefully plan events to ensure digital activations complement the physical space.
Eventbrite’s Surging IPO Shines Light on Fragmented Event Tech Sector
Eventbrite is different than most event management companies but that doesn’t mean that the wider event space won’t benefit from increased awareness of event technology as a growing and profitable sector.
How to Solve Complex Problems (By Not Focusing on Them)
Simple decisions are best made using cold, hard logic. This way, we can work through the incremental steps that lead to an answer. But the same isn’t true for complex decisions.
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