Design Thinking – A Human Centered Approach for Meetings

In our last article we talked about the importance of applying design thinking to meeting strategy for mission-critical meetings. This article delves into the process, providing a high-level guide. But first, a quick refresher. “Design is not style. It’s not about giving shape to the shell… learn more >

Applying Design Thinking to Mission-Critical Meeting Strategy

Your organization is in the midst of a massive shift. You’ve got an important meeting coming up. You need to transition from transactional to transformational leadership. Stimulate cross-functional collaboration. Or create a culture of innovation. What do you do? “Content-first”? “Participant first”? Apply design thinking? This… learn more >

5 Ways to Keep Experiential Marketing Fresh

It’s hard to remember a time when “experiential” marketing was new. Now, it’s so normal that marketers are challenged with keeping it fresh and effective. Brands are definitely doing more experiential. An industry-wide research study found that 1 in 3 brand marketers anticipate a growth in… learn more >

Defining Experiential: Differentiate Your Brand

Experiential Marketing (EM) is more than a trend. Nine in ten marketers recognize the importance of experiential in driving brand engagement. Selling experiential internally can be difficult. That is why ADWEEK says, “Experiential marketers need to embrace brand planning and business results.” For impact that lasts beyond… learn more >

Tactile Marketing Can Deliver Tangible Results

The experience generation (aka Millennials) is the largest living generation in the U.S.  Reaching this group requires more than traditional marketing. That’s why 79% of brands say that they will execute more event and experiential marketing (EM) programs this year compared to last year, according… learn more >

Questioning the Value of Your Event

After the last booth giveaway has been given away, can you prove the value your exhibit investment delivered? Do any of the following statements describe your customer, prospective clients or user event? Attendance is stagnant Attendees come one year, but not the next Demographics aren’t ideal Audience feedback has flatlined Return… learn more >