Monthly Round-Up: June’s Popular Posts

During the month of June, we added 11 posts to our blog, focused on marketing and communications ideas related to the impact of COVID-19. We wrote about the potential role for print publications, ideas for canceled events, sharing content and much more. We wanted to highlight a few of the month’s popular posts, along with … Continue reading Monthly Round-Up: June’s Popular Posts

Blog Round-Up: Virtual Events, Part 3

Moving to a virtual platform provides both new opportunities and challenges. Some elements of a live event, such as a poster hall or onsite store, may require some creative thinking. But without travel requirements, attendance may see a boost; and you can also market to new audiences - invite them to "test drive" what you … Continue reading Blog Round-Up: Virtual Events, Part 3

Post-Event Communications: Continue to Share Content, Generate Revenue

Whether it's a live or virtual event, the sharing of conference content shouldn't stop just because the event has concluded. Digital publishing provides multiple tools that can increase your ROI, connect exhibitors with their target audience and remind users about future opportunities. Do you offer on-demand sessions? Promote access: attendees may have missed a session, … Continue reading Post-Event Communications: Continue to Share Content, Generate Revenue

Canceled Events: You Can Still Connect Exhibitors with Their Target Markets

Canceling an event can be heartbreaking, for all stakeholders involved.  Time, energy and money was invested by the host organization's staff, speakers and exhibitors. Attendees were looking forward to networking and learning opportunities. Most organizations have never had to cancel an event of this magnitude before. A lot of factors go into the decision, but … Continue reading Canceled Events: You Can Still Connect Exhibitors with Their Target Markets

Virtual Events: Creating a Community

Attending a conference in your field or industry puts you together with others who enjoy the work, face the same challenges and sometimes just need some encouragement. Educational sessions, networking events and shared meals present many options to start up a conversation. And everyone knows that badge ribbons serve as great ice-breakers - "Oh, you're … Continue reading Virtual Events: Creating a Community

Virtual Conferences: What about your Store?

Onsite bookstores often draw crowds at conferences. Attendees have the opportunity to shop apparel, publications and other fun items to take home. But what happens when your event is moved onto a virtual platform? Can you still sell these items through your online store? And can you do so without asking a staff member to … Continue reading Virtual Conferences: What about your Store?

Monthly Round-Up: May’s Popular Posts

During the month of May, we added 15 posts to our blog, focused on marketing and communications ideas related to the impact of COVID-19. Our blog had more than 450 visitors in May – which is a new monthly record; and more than 1,100 views. Thank you for reading! We wanted to highlight a few … Continue reading Monthly Round-Up: May’s Popular Posts

Fall Conferences: Live, Hybrid or Virtual?

Late spring and early summer conferences quickly became the guinea pigs of the events industry – organizers had to quickly learn as much as they could about virtual conferences, from what platform to use and how to structure, to how to promote and what to charge. Now, the conversation shifts to events scheduled for the … Continue reading Fall Conferences: Live, Hybrid or Virtual?

Virtual Events: Showcasing your Poster Hall

Poster Halls are a trademark of medical conferences. Poster authors often have the opportunity to present their research during poster sessions. With the move to virtual platform, what does that mean for the Poster Hall?   Here’s a case study from CadmiumCD, about how they assisted a client in moving a poster session into their … Continue reading Virtual Events: Showcasing your Poster Hall