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First Time Attendees and More: November Links to Read

First Time Attendees and More: November Links to Read

2019-12-05

Find a new way to welcome new attendees and other links to help you plan your meeting. 

Is there anything scarier than walking into a conference by yourself for the very first time?

If you want to make a great first impression on these attendees, then it’s a great idea to combat that anxiety head on. What is the best way to do that?

Velvet Chainsaw has some real world answers to that question this month. If you’re looking for how other conferences are handling this problem, you have three solutions here, from how to connect attendees to how to start conversations. It’s a great opportunity to figure out something new that just might work for your conference.

More to Read

Are you truly giving your event sponsor what they need to keep coming back for more? Find out what they want and some easy ways to address those wants from this article.

4 Benefits of Hiring an Event Technologist and How to Find One (Event Manager Blog)
Event technology is moving faster than the speed of light at this point, and it’s almost impossible for an overworked event planner to keep up. And that’s where an event technologist comes in. Check out what this role is and whether you need one on your team.

Four Ways Psychology and Email Marketing Tie Into Each Other (Associations Now)
The easiest way to make your email marketing effective is to get into the minds of your attendees. And that’s why you need to take a look at how psychology can make your attendees hit the registration button on your next email.

How to Cultivate an Inclusive Event Brand (Eventbrite)
Are you talking the talk about diversity and not walking the walk? If you don’t know where to get started, this article will give you great options to help you move that diversity needle at your next meeting.