In Part 1, we talked about how to engage your attendees before your event happens. Now let’s talk about how to effectively engage them on site and even after they are back home. Because no matter the event type – award ceremony, user conference, product launch, networking or education – clearly delivering your message depends on your attendees being engaged on site and afterwards.
There are many types of events; sales incentive meetings, appreciation and award ceremonies, user conferences to promote or launch services and products, networking and team building, educational seminars, and more. The success of each event, no matter the type, hinges on how well you clearly deliver your message.
Events are big purchase items. It can cost a ton to send your people to a distant location, hire keynote speakers and entertainment and feed everyone. But the message you’re delivering at your event is vital to your business and needs to be heard by your entire target audience. For you, and them, in person attendance is important enough to warrant the expense.
Even seasoned event planners have to start at zero to figure out exactly what that event is going to cost. Can your company afford it? It all depends on what the event encompasses: the people, the place, the timing and the content of the program.
But what if your event could help you understand how well your connecting with your audience, how the attendees honestly feel about your message, product or service, and provide all this information in real time to give you the insight to grow your business? If this is the case, you need event design..
We believe that mobile apps are a key piece of the user experience. But as passionate as we are about technology working for our clients and their attendees, we’re not about making more work for them. So it’s not just the app features, it’s what we do with them.