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What Will Attending an Event Be Like In 2020?

Within five years, event technology is poised to radically transform every aspect of the event experience.

William Litvack

The Event Planning Recipe for Success

Here are some key tips to help you learn from the mistakes of others and make your event planning business a success.

Build Your Brand With These 5 Sources of Face-to-Face Interaction

Getting to know people isn't as easy as it used to be. But without the customer connection, there is no business.

Jeff Boss

For Millennial-Hungry Businesses, Food Festivals Aren't Fluff

Here's how to use festivals as a tool to turn millennials into customers for life.

Kate Taylor

Why Vendors Can Make or Break Your Event

Here's how to find the best vendors for your needs and negotiate with them to get the best prices.

The Price Is Right: Turning a Profit in the Event Planning Business

Learn how to set prices that are high enough to keep your profitable but not high enough to scare away prospective customers.

5 Strategies to Get the Maximum Benefit Out of SXSW

When you're attending industry trade shows, you should formulate a plan for actions to take before, during and after the event.

Ronn Torossian

Should You Go to SXSW? Let's Look at the Data.

Of all the events out there, SXSW is the best for judging whether it is worth attending for your business.

It's About Time: Apple Likely to Divulge Watch Details at Upcoming Event

The tech giant sent out invitations reading 'Spring Forward' for a media event to be held on March 9, the day after Daylight Savings Time begins.

Geoff Weiss

Real-Time Engagement Etiquette - Avoid Social-Media Mishaps

Sometimes the safest way to avoid a misstep is to remain silent.

Jen Gray

12 Organizations Entrepreneurs Need to Join

Entrepreneurship is notoriously go-it-alone but it needn't be.

John Rampton

A Startup's Guide to Professional Networking

The bigger your network, the more access you'll have to funding, customers, partners, and perhaps most importantly -- advice.

Jayson DeMers