Don't take a pass on live conferences and seminars. They are still your best bet.
Networking is a major part of being a successful entrepreneur, so it's in your best interest to get good at it -- really, really good at it.
Even a tedious conference is a good opportunity to get you and your product in front of potential customers.
Go beyond the norm and invest in something unique to make trade shows worth your time, energy and hard-earned money.
Conferences are a powerful method of generating leads but there is nothing easy about getting one going, or managing it as it grows.
Big news about partnerships and hand controllers, but still no word on a release date or a concrete price point.
If you use these strategies, you can inspire and equip attendees in a way that will have them coming back year after year.
Follow this advice to come away with new business connections after an event.
Our conversation with an audience is not a monologue; it's a dialogue.
Often entrepreneurs, leaders and experts are asked to moderate panels for their industry. Here is how to keep it engaging, instead of a snooze fest.
Make More Happen
It's only worth the investment in time and money to attend a conference if you go home with new tools for building your brand.
With mobile apps, online platforms, content management systems and a myriad of wireless communications taking over events, the millennial way of thinking is how producers should create these events.
While trade shows are essential to grow your business, they can also be costly. Here is how to attend one on a budget.
Going to a business conference or industry event can either be the biggest waste of time or the best thing you've ever done for your business.