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5 proven ways defuse angry attendees (2)
5 Proven Ways to Defuse an Angry Attendee

Nine out of ten seasoned event managers agree that one of the best ways to earn your meeting planning stripes is by working at the onsite help desk. Why? No role represents more clearly the front line than the person answering and defusing an irate or confused attendee. The goal of this article is ...

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2018 Preview: What Event Planners Say Will Matter Most This Year

Last year it was technology. This year, it's technology AND security (data and actual), weather, and the economy weighing on event planners mind. We've pulled together top preview lists from some of the most-read event profs websites out there so you can position your 2018 event predictions against ...

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3 Ways to Make Sure Your Conference Website Pops in 2018

The events industry continues to grow, but not all of its subsections are growing at the same rate.

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What 6 Studies and Experts Say is that Best Way to Prepare for an Active Shooter at Your Event

No one wants to think that their event or conference will be disrupted by an active shooter, act of god, or terrorist attack. Unfortunately, there are clear precedents from the last few years that show event planners must be prepared regardless.

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What's Hot in 2018? Event Engagement Apps

There's been a lot of buzz that chatbots and virtual reality installations will be the hot trend in 2018. But a recent study by the QHotels Event Profs panel shows that white label event engagement apps like Pathable will continue to be the hot thing in 2018. Here are our some of our top favorite ...

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Event Apps in 2018: Apple Updates Rule 4.2.6 One Last Time in 2017

Throughout 2017, Apple made changes to one of their app review guidelines, Rule 4.2.6, that directly affected event professionals, altering the way that white-label, branded event apps are developed and delivered. The rule changes weren't directly aimed at our industry, but rather Apple updating ...

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