Networking is crucial for both speakers and event organizers: rubbing shoulders with the right people increases your chances of finding the right event and the right speaker.
Destination events are on the rise, but you don’t need to ship your whole conference over to Europe or Japan to feel the inspiration of being in a new place: there are hundreds of amazing and stimulating venues in North America that will breath new life into your upcoming meeting or conference.
The importance of choosing the right speaker for an event can’t be overstated. Event feedback shows that content is the number one reason people find an event valuable. The content — and therefore the quality of the speakers — can also prompt people to attend the next event if one is planned.
Over the past few weeks, we’ve added new features that will help event organizers find and contact the right speakers more easily.
We rounded up the ten best event tech blogs out there that will help you make sense of the ever-changing world of technology, and how to figure out which tech will work best for you.
Sometimes the speaker you’ve brought in really doesn’t meet you, or your audience’s expectations. This happened to us recently, and we want to share with you what we learned.