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6 Steps to Planning a Free Startup Event and Making a Splash

It's time to get real: Promote your company offline, using real-life, real-time events.

Mary Wang

This Could Be the Next Big Event Since SXSW. At Least Mark Cuban Thinks So.

RECESS is aimed at college students and bridges today's big musicians with the superstars of business.

Andrew Medal

How to Survive Startup-Event Overload

Five tips to navigate the awesome (but endless) sea of startup events.

David Chait

Watch Our Livestream of Gary Vaynerchuk and Casey Neistat Wednesday at 7 p.m. EST

The director and entrepreneur will chat live at New York's General Assembly this week. If you won't be in New York, watch the talk right here on Entrepreneur.

Linda Lacina

Hire Professional Moderators So Your Event Panels Don't Suck

While a lot of attention is given to finding keynote speakers and other event details, panels often end up being an afterthought. This is where a professional moderator can help.

Carol Roth

Live Conferences Still Trump Online. Here's How to Maximize Them.

Don't take a pass on live conferences and seminars. They are still your best bet.

Claudia Chan

There Are Challenges When Your Tech Conference Gets Popular

Conferences are a powerful method of generating leads but there is nothing easy about getting one going, or managing it as it grows.

Anthony Kennada

Twitter to Let Users Follow Live Events, Not Just People

The microblogging service says it plans major changes to make its real-time news feed more user friendly.

Reuters

How to Host an Incredible Networking Dinner

'Speed networking' at cattle call gatherings can never compete with the deep and powerful connections you can make by breaking bread with like-minded people.

Dorie Clark

Stop Taking Part in the Most Absurd Business Ritual

Business-card swapping isn't about networking. It's about power. Here's how to assert yourself.

Why Brand Activation at Events Is Terrible

There's only one industry positioned properly to penetrate event audiences and move to the next frontier of sponsorship activation.

William Litvack