Could A La Carte Session Selection Increase Virtual Event Registrations?
With borders closed, venues shut, and face-to-face meetings not yet a sure thing, virtual events have been a welcome means of connection and communication during the pandemic, but they’re not without their downsides. Zoom fatigue is real, and given just how many online events there have been this summer, it’s not surprising that attendees sometimes […]
Do 3D Virtual Event Booths Work?
We’ve covered the topic of 3D environments and their potential use cases for events in the past, but what do eventprofs really think of them? To find out, EventMB editor-in-chief Miguel Neves reached out to fellow professionals in the industry. In this post, we’ll take a look at the feedback he received. Neves’ informal survey asked eventprofs […]
How One Standard for Data Collection Could Change the Event Industry
More than ever before, event planners are swimming in data about their events, but actually making use of that data can be frustratingly difficult. Different platforms use different metrics to record the same information, and data is often siloed between various programs. The result? In a sea of data, it’s sometimes hard to find a […]
What to Do When Online Outages Hit Your Events
Attendees to Hubspot’s online Grow networking conference got a rude surprise last week when some of them found themselves temporarily unable to access the event’s sessions. The conference was hit by an internet service disruption from the content delivery network Fastly that affected some of the biggest sites on the internet. While the problem […]