Capterra, the famous software rating & review web site, conducted a research about event management software recently. According to their research design, existing event management software in the market were evaluated under three categories; “The Most Popular, The Most Affordable and The Most User-Friendly”. Guess what MeetingHand Online Event Management Software, the sponsor of this blog site, scored 92 out of 100 during this test and became 9th in The 20 Most Affordable Event Management Software List of Capterra.
Selecting a caterer for your event is so important. Great food served at an event that has some other small mishaps will still leave guests feeling satisfied and happy. But serving food that is less than par or is outright terrible will bring down all the other well-planned, wonderful aspects of your event. So, it’s always a smart decision to put some time and thought into selecting a caterer for your event and we suggest you follow these helpful tips when getting started.
Everyone’s talking about the Internet of Things (IoT), but for a long time, many weren’t quite sure how to define it. As the IoT is still taking shape, it’s already making incredible strides as a new frontier for the connected world in which people, devices, environments and virtual objects are all connected and capable of interaction. It seems that, IOT will transform society and will have a significant impact on trade shows and events. As everything links to everything else, this seems to be the next big technology revolution! Here are some good examples of IOT uses for event planners;
Event industry has been taking a closer look at the potential for geofencing and proximity marketing for trade shows, events, and festivals. The technology, which allows marketers to send push notifications to mobile users when they are within a designated area, offers some rich opportunities for interactive messages and ensuring that promotions are especially relevant. But marketers are also having to be cautious about how they are using this burgeoning technology, ensuring it pleases customers, and is not seen as a nuisance. Following a few rules of the road, event marketers can ensure they get the most out of this evolving technology.