Tag: event tech

3 Ways Facebook Can Benefit Your Business

    We often use Facebook for our own personal reasons but what if we told you that Facebook has the power to increase your event exposure, attendance, and overall experience? Don’t believe it? Here are 3 Facebook can benefit your business in 2017: Advertising: Facebook advertising has always been popular in the B2C community, but research is showing that even B2B companies can benefit from Facebook advertising features. Using Facebook's... Continue reading »

Popular Tech Trends For Your Holiday Events

Technology has simplified and streamlined so many aspects of planning for conferences, trade shows, meetings, weddings, and more. Here is our latest roundup of apps and software that can be useful for planners during this hectic holiday season. Keep parking under control with SpotHero. Holiday parties, events, and even weddings always seem to have a problem with parking. Whether there isn’t enough, it’s too far away, or you simply didn’t remember to bring coi... Continue reading »

The Rising Tide of Entertaining

  What does the modern aged world mean for the events industry? Hollywood Pop Gallery is here today to tell us! When the going gets tough, the tough get creative! The open ocean of events can be a choppy one but there is a constant current of event industry innovators taking accessibility and efficiency to new levels. Where at a time one hardly knew how to hire a wedding band, now everyone is their own booking agent, web designer, marketer and more often e... Continue reading »

Event Organizer’s Guide To Live Video

We have an awesome FREE webinar lined up for you!! Live video is poised to dominate the events landscape in the coming months. Facebook, Twitter, Periscope and other social media platforms are placing big bets that people will love live video and use it more than any other social media option available. Now is your chance as an event planner to become a live video master before you lose your first-mover advantage. Captivate potential attendees and actual atten... Continue reading »