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 •  February 2

< Back to Blog Live experiences serve as one of the most important marketing channels and personal touch points for any organization. So why would you put your events, or your brand, at risk by operating without the tools necessary to plan, monitor, and measure your experiences? Listen as Justin Panzer, C.E.O. of Eventuosity, discusses the...

Eventuosity

 •  December 21, 2017

< Back to Blog In the world of events and meetings, innovation – and the technology adoption that enables it – is often put off in favor of achieving short-term objectives. You may have avoided the evaluation of new technology altogether because things have been working fine just the way they are; or you may have delayed looking at new tools...

Eventuosity

 •  December 14, 2017

< Back to Blog I got lost yesterday. Actually, trapped is probably a more appropriate description of the situation. While helping a client migrate data onto our platform before exhibiting at an upcoming trade show, I found myself wandering through a maze of websites, landing pages, and PDFs. Once I found my way back out (to the show’s well-hidden...

Eventuosity

 •  October 18, 2017

Event managers can accomplish even more in even less time with these 30 Eventuosity updates, enhancements and add-ons. Over several months, our team has been hard at work researching and building things to make Eventuosity do even more for our users. We’re excited to announce 30 Eventuosity updates, new features, and platform enhancements that will...

Eventuosity

 •  August 11, 2017

If you’re an event marketer you know that “human conversation remains the primary way people make complex purchases.” That is why exhibitions, immersive brand experiences, and other events have continued to grow as a marketing channel – even in an age of always-on, digital communication. These 7 statistics show us not only how large...

Eventuosity

 •  June 9, 2017

< Back to Blog Standardization is a term that is often associated with technical or highly-regulated industries – not necessarily something applied to event and meeting management. But if we think of standardization as a way to attain repeatable and reliable results, then few professions appear more suited to a standards push than event planning; a...

Eventuosity

 •  May 16, 2017

< Back to Blog As an event professional in 2017, there’s no doubt you’ve witnessed the increased role event technology is playing across all stages of the production lifecycle. And while you may realize the positive impact technology can have on the event management process, you may conversely believe that those benefits are reserved for event...

Eventuosity

 •  March 30, 2017

As an event professional, the risk of putting off upgrades to your personal skill set, processes, and tools is that your contribution to achieving organizational goals goes unnoticed or under-valued, thus reducing support for your events and, ultimately, having a negative impact on your career.
So how can event and meeting professionals...

Eventuosity

 •  February 3, 2017

As an event-tech supplier, we speak with corporate, association, non-profit, and independent event organizers every day about bringing change to our profession through the use of technology. But none of us are promoting change for change’s sake (nobody has time for that). Our discussions stem from a shared vision of a world where eventprofs are...

Eventuosity

 •  November 30, 2016

We recently read these three interesting posts regarding innovation in events and meetings. Taken together, they paint a clear picture of the competitive and strategic importance of technology adoption by event planners. Implementation of new tools and processes doesn’t need to happen all at once, but taking the first steps on the event-tech path...