As the event industry adapts to the COVID-19 pandemic, we continue to look for new ways to keep the attendee experience alive and teams connected as many meetings are being presented virtually or postponed. Since most of the country is under stay at home/shelter in place orders, organizations and their employees are working from home. […]
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Engaging employees at home isn’t something we’ve had to worry about before. COVID-19, the novel coronavirus that has penetrated the entire globe, has shifted the way we work, learn, engage, and network. With bans on gatherings over ten people and many states and municipalities enacting shelter-in-place orders, the ability to gather together with our colleagues […]
Smart Badges Make Networking Easy at Meetings and Events Let’s face it, for many people networking at events or meetings is a daunting task filled with a lot of awkward conversation. Most of the time meeting attendees only get a name and maybe a business card from people they mingle with at a networking event. […]
Obsessed with Immersion by Ronan Vance originally posted to LinkedIn. I subscribe to a number of daily email newsletters because I am innately curious (and due to a case of FOMO when it comes to those organizations and individuals I find most informative and influential). Usually, I just scan them for highlights, but there is…
Event Chatbots are one of the most cost-effective and efficient ways to communicate with your meeting attendees. Let us help you boost attendee engagement.
Inspired and Motivated! That’s how we feel after attending the Cvent Connect Technology Conference last month! Held in Las Vegas, thousands of meeting and corporate event planning professionals came together and not only discussed how cutting-edge technology can enhance attendee engagement within the meeting and event experience but also talked about how to push corporate event […]
Facial recognition at events can be used for registration, security and improve your event social media.
The meetings and event industry technologies that we’ve only dreamt about previously are now becoming commonplace.
Artificial intelligence technology is available right now to help and it doesn’t matter if you are a large company or a small business, this technology can be implemented easily and cost-effectively.
Social media is a powerful tool for any meeting or event planner today. Here’s some social media tips for before, during and after your event!
Taking a sustainable approach can make the time more rewarding for your company and for your attendees. Here are 7 ways to help make your next event eco-friendly.
The true testament to a successful event is an engaged audience, but in reality, it can sometimes be a bit difficult to achieve.
To understand what your attendees thought about your event, all you have to do is ask. Chatbots and kiosks can address problems in real time.
Event trends that drive attendee engagement. Identify what’s trending and how you can fit it in at your next event or meeting plans.
Focus on new trends that emerge to take changing technology and society into account in order to deliver the best experiences possible.
Technology Incentive Travel – Incentive travel is one industry that can be improved by investing and incorporating the right and most relevant technology.
IMEX 2017 Conference was packed from new hotel security, like having to scan room cards at elevators to ensuring your event in case of a natural disaster.
This generation’s buying patterns and behavior are highly influenced by social media, so BMC strategically crafted a store opening event using social media.
Here at our corporate event management agency, Bishop-McCann, we’re all about making sure we work with our clients to give their corporate event or meeting attendees or employees on incentive trips the best experience possible. Using the Snapchat Spectacles technology can help make this happen! Doing so means keeping up with our clients, current events […]