Tag: event technology

A Blueprint for the Future of Meeting Venues

  Around this time every year, many break out their crystal balls to try to make predictions about what’s to come in the months and years ahead. Of course, no one can really predict what’s coming next. But a glimpse at current needs and wants can provide a blueprint for what will become important in the future. This same thinking applies to meeting venues. Anticipating planners and attendees’ future needs is a lot like trying to select the winning numbers... Continue reading »

5 Ways Tech Will Save Your Event

  There are some combos just meant to be together: peanut butter and jelly, mac and cheese, cookies and milk…and events and technology? OK, so maybe events and technology aren’t the first things that come to mind when talking about fab duos. But the truth is, technology is a vital component of the entire event services spectrum, from event marketing and sales to logistics and execution. Let’s say your afternoon caffeine fix spills all over your bin... Continue reading »

4 Key Advantages Technology Brings to Event Planning

    Technology is still a scary tool for many, including those in the event industry. Eliminating any risks that may occur during the planning of an event is something we all strive for, and believe it or not, technology is one critical way to do just that! From keeping the entire vendor team on the same page to encouraging event engagement, today’s tech tools help to save both time and money for all involved. Here are four KEY advantages techn... Continue reading »

Technology In The Wedding World

It's always interesting for us to get an inside look at how event professionals are utilizing technology to plan events.  TyAngela Hunter of Beautiful Dream Events shared her thoughts on technology and the wedding world with us and here is what she said! As a planner, I rely on technology not only to make the planning process smooth but to keep the wedding couples that I work with on track too. Even when I am booked with appointments and out of the office, techno... Continue reading »