?6 ways AMS technology can make your small association’s event planning easier

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There’s no need to struggle through event planning because you have a small staff. An AMS system with modern event technology built in can make your association’s event planning easier.

?6 ways AMS technology can make your small association’s event planning easier

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There’s no need to struggle through event planning because you have a small staff. An AMS system with modern event technology built in can make your association’s event planning easier.

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Ask the Experts: Event Planning Pro Tips

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Regardless of how long you’ve been doing it, event planning never seems to come without its own unique twists and turns. There are a LOT of event planners out there who’ve dodged those curveballs before, and who are willing to share their experience - and pro tips - with you.

Event Planning - A New Normal

Wild Apricot

Technology and social media are changing events and creating a "new normal" in terms of how we "market, consume and measure events." Here are some thoughts and tips to help small organizations update their events. technology events social media

World Health Organization Publishes Coronavirus Event-Planning Guide

Associations Now

As concern about the coronavirus grows, the World Health Organization recently released a report with recommendations about keeping attendees safe at large events. In addition, the document outlines what to do if meeting attendees exhibit symptoms consistent with the virus during the event.

7 Event Planning Details That Associations Often Overlook

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But what details, in regards to event planning, tend to trip association professionals up the most? We’ve got seven: event planning member engagement membership management Association ViewsThe devil is in the details. We’ve all heard it, and most of us have lived it.

Event-Planning Reminders From “Christmas Vacation”

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Event- and conference-related takeaways from the holiday comedy classic National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation and its lead character, Clark Griswold. So, as you’re designing your upcoming events , keep in mind that a little can go a long way.

Association Event Planning: The Complete Guide

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Event planning is tough, especially if you’re a small-staff association professional with limited time and resources. We understand the process can be overwhelming, so to help you out, we’ve put together a list of best practices to take before, during, and after your event.

Event Planning Lessons From the Jeopardy! “Greatest of All Time” Tournament

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It also offered a few ideas when it comes to planning unforgettable events. While I selfishly wish it had lasted another few nights, as I was watching, I couldn’t help but think there were some takeaways in it for event planners. The post Event Planning Lessons From the Jeopardy!

Lessons in Event Planning From Hollywood

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And while the show’s main attractions are the fashion and celebrities, it also provides plenty of food for thought for meeting planners as they go about executing their next events. After all, everyone should want to avoid a Michael Bay moment at a meeting or event.

Win your independence over event planning chaos

Membersuite

What can the American Revolution teach us about event planning? Let's discuss how to take control over your events and ensure their success Plenty!

Up in Flames: Event Planning Lessons from the (Disastrous) Fyre Festival

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I mean, how does a heavily promoted event just NOT happen.with attendees being kept in the dark the whole time?). Small Staff Chatter event planningEven though the failed Fyre Festival took place (or rather, didn’t ) in 2017, it’s still very much the talk of the town.

Left brain vs. right brain: Which wins the event planning game?

Aaron Wolowiec

And so, I encourage you to take the aforementioned into account after reading this sentence: New research by London and Partners, the official convention bureau of London, and MICEBOOK.com indicates that event planners aren’t as creative as they thought. So event ROI is important.

Event Planning Is a Team Sport

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Ask any event planner and they’ll tell you that planning any event, big or small, can be a stressful ordeal. While the majority of the responsibility falls on the event planner, make no mistake, event planning is a team sport.

Need Help With Event Planning?

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If you are new to events and need some help with next year's planning, here are some resources to help you get started. events event management

4 Event Planning Ideas to Kick-start the New Year

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If you're planning events for the new year, here are 4 ideas and a round-up of resources that might help. events

Lessons in Event Planning From a Rock Concert

Associations Now

Steal these five ideas from a recent concert to make your next event a sellout. Here are five things that I took away from this particular show that I think planners should think about as they go about executing their upcoming conferences and events. Pay homage to your event’s location.

Event Planning Is a Team Sport

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Read about these few tips from MemberSuite customers to make event planning less stressful for your entire team

A Royal Affair: Event Planning Lessons from the 2018 Royal Wedding

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News , you’re likely at least semi-familiar with dare I say THE event of the year: the 2018 royal wedding between Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. Scheduled to take place on May 19, this seems to be all people are talking about, which got me thinking.what can association professionals and event planners learn from all this? Take a look: association management event planning membership management Small Staff Chatter

Thursday Buzz: Event Planning for a Million People

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Take a look at the tremendous effort it takes to produce a world-famous event. How do you begin to plan an event that 1 million people will attend? “Sure, there are some slower times, but there is never a time that you are not planning,” he says.

Social Media Roundup: An Exotic Take on Event Planning

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Partying in a cemetery sounds weird, but it’s not the strangest place that event planners have taken over lately. Also: Is now the time to plan an event in an emerging country? The Craziest Venues We've Seen Events Take Over [link] #eventprofs.

Social Media Roundup: A New Tool For Event Planning

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The event-planning site Splash challenges ticket-service sites with its full-fledged event-planning platform. What are some of the key details that go into planning events? Splash = Facebook of event websites ow.ly/k6YM2

Meetings 411: Event Planning Tips for Generation Z - Part 2

Cvent Association Tips

I recently discussed the implications of what we already know about Generation Z for designing meetings and event planners. Here 5 specific tips for designing meetings and events that are effective and engaging for Generation Z participants.

Keep the Light: How to Avoid Event Planning Burnout

Membersuite

Event season is a pivotal point in the association world. If your association does it right, your members will think that your event came into fruition without a hitch: Unfortunately, that isn’t always the case. Your staff works tirelessly behind the scenes to ensure a successful event.

?6 ways AMS technology can make your small association’s event planning easier Copy

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There’s no need to struggle through event planning because you have a small staff. An AMS system with modern event technology built in can make your association’s event planning easier. Membership & Marketing Member Engagement Email Marketing Social Media Non-dues Revenue Event Management

Social Media Roundup: Add Google+ To Your Event-Planning Strategy

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How Google+ can widen your connectivity in promoting your next event. It has plenty of tricks for event planners, such as SEO and segmented notifications. This means that when someone goes to Google and searches ‘Event Planner’ they are first seeing the accounts which rate highest on Google—many of those rating higher because they are posting on their Google+ pages,” Nicolette Anderson explains on BusyEvent.

What Hollywood’s Award Season Can Teach Us About Association Event Planning

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Which got me thinking: How do these networks get people (like me) so excited about events that they’re not even attending? And more importantly, how can associations incorporate those tactics to get their members (and potential members) excited about events?

Social Media Roundup: Starting an Event Planning Company? Read This First

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Before taking your event planning solo, keep in mind the business factors that come with the territory. If you’ve been doing this event-planning thing for a while, you might be wondering to yourself what it’s like to strike out on your own.

Thursday Buzz: Put Event-Planning Goals Before Tech Ones

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There are many tech options for events, but what’s really necessary from a planning standpoint? All the decisions required when putting together an important event, conference, or convention—including deciding what event-focused technology to use—can be overwhelming.

How to Plan a Virtual Conference at Your Association: 5 Steps

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With everything going on surrounding COVID-19, many organizations are having to rethink (and replan) their upcoming events, particularly their annual conferences. Below are five steps to follow: event planning Small Staff Chatter

Leveraging Your Own Event for Membership Sales: 4 Steps

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Your own events are a great place to recruit new members! Planning this event is time consuming enough, how do I add in recruitment efforts and stay sane? Check it out: event planning Small Staff Chatter

Trade Association CEO Support: Event Planning Checklist

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Consider these major responsibilities: Membership Development, Membership Benefits, Membership Administration, Governance, Volunteer Development, Meeting/Event Management, Government Affairs, Market Development, Education, Operations, Communications and Cheerleader. Event Planning Checklist. My volunteer leaders were struggling with the complexities of planning a small event for our trade association so I prepared this checklist to help guide them.

Amplify Attendance: 4 Ways to Drive Conference Registrations

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Event season is here, and a big part of planning is promoting. To drive interest AND actions (AKA members and prospects actually registering), check out these four promo tactics: event planning Association ViewsIt’s all about those registrations!

How to Make Your Virtual Event More Interactive

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So you’re having to rethink your 2020 event schedule, huh? What you planned to host in-person now has to be taken online. Small Staff Chatter event planning and promotion

And the Winner is … Your Organization

Association Management

Whether we’re motivated by the appreciation of excellence or the wagers and debates these events often generate, we do pay attention to awards, as the 32.9 Association Management Event Planning Experience ManagementThe Oscars. The Nobel Prize. The Palme d’Or.

Your Checklist for Engaging Conference Attendees

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event planning Small Staff ChatterThe more engaged your conference attendees are, the more fun they’re likely having, and not only that, but the more value they’re likely getting. And delivering value is what conferences are all about!).

Post-Event Engagement: How to Keep the Hype Going Once Your Event Is Over

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So much of the event planning process comes before and during the actual event - and understandably so! But to keep the experience alive, it’s important to have a post-event engagement plan as well.

Hosting a Virtual Event FAQ

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With increasing concerns around COVID-19, many organizations are having to rethink and restructure their upcoming events. For many, that means canceling their event(s) outright. For others, that means taking their event(s) or component(s) of their events and making them virtual.

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4 Ways to Make Your Conference Introvert-Friendly

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Here are a few ideas: event planning Small Staff ChatterSometimes, introverts get a bad wrap. They don’t like being around people.” They just want to be alone.”. Not true! Introverts do enjoy socializing. They just tend to prefer doing so in smaller groups or one-on-one.

3 Ways to Incorporate Wellness Into Your Organization's Next Conference

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Here are a few ideas: event planning Association Views“Wellness” isn’t as much a trend as it is a lifestyle for many people.