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 •  April 23

When a group of chief marketers from Fortune 500 brands called out CES for its lack of female keynoters this year, it proved how powerful brand voices are in the modern-day women’s movement. As the movement continues to evolve, and encompass a variety of issues from leadership to equal pay to women and families to sexual harassment, marketers are...

Event Design Magazine

 •  April 16

From the creators of EventTech, the industry’s largest learning lab on event technology and live events, we bring you EventTech 411, our periodic roundup of effective event technologies. In this installation, we take a look at mobile audience engagement tools. Talk to just about anyone in the industry and they’re apt to tell you that today’s b-to-b...

Event Design Magazine

 •  April 12

ABC’s nostalgia-filled “Roseanne” activation at SXSW was one of the festival’s most talked about brand experiences, and with 3,000 attendees participating in the activation in just three days, it’s safe to say the network is on to something when it comes to engaging fans. To learn more about the strategy behind ABC’s Southby presence, we tapped...

Event Design Magazine

 •  April 11

Luxury brands are, by nature, a selective breed. The materials or ingredients that comprise their products are meticulously curated, their affluent target is limited and, in many cases, the experiences they execute are intentionally few and far between. Why, then, shouldn’t these brands be just as judicious when it comes to choosing an event...

Event Design Magazine

 •  April 10

To engage fans and potential new viewers of the FX TV series “Legion” ahead of its second season premiere April 3, the network created a truly psychedelic art installation in Hollywood’s Goya Studios from March 29 to April 1. The experience was designed to echo a key theme within the series’ second go: “a sane man in an insane world.” In the...

Event Design Magazine

 •  April 10

The editors of Event Marketer announce the 2018 Ex Awards finalists, the event marketers who represent the most innovative brands and agencies in the industry, and the best experiential campaigns around the globe. Entries this year broke all previous records—more than 1,000 were received and scoring included more tie-breaker moments than ever...

Event Design Magazine

 •  April 9

As part of what it calls a two-year conversation surrounding the November launch of its newest luxury cruise ship, Edge, Celebrity Cruises has unveiled different aspects of the ship. For the “next chapter” of the marketing surrounding the launch, the brand wanted to focus on the ship’s culinary offerings—a challenge, considering the ship has 29...

Event Design Magazine

 •  April 6

If you caught one of the many headlines late last year on the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) campaign to enforce rules surrounding influencers on social media, you may be wondering whether your brand and your influencer partners are doing it right. Here’s the topline: The FTC publicly announced a settlement it reached with two YouTube influencers...

Event Design Magazine

 •  April 4

In a one-day engagement blitz, HP and Intel on March 13 set out to convert the creatives attending the interactive festival at SXSW into users of the Z suite of HP products, powered by Intel technology, with the Digital Artistry House experience. The brands took over Austin restaurant Icenhauer, transforming the century-old building on Rainey...

Event Design Magazine

 •  April 2

Dell Technologies’ audiences and solutions run the gamut, from IT clients and consumers to servers and storage, and beyond. For its six-day event program at SXSW in Austin, March 10-15, the brand focused on its creative audience with a program that aligned with each phase of the festivals, including film, music, technology and innovation, and...