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[INFOGRAPHIC] What Improvement Can Technology Make in Event Management Industry?

Michael Doane
Michael Doane

Event management is one of the most detail-oriented branches of project management where you need to address any issues that crop up on-the-spot and the luxury of analyzing the issue in detail is not available to you. The live experience of a large-scale event brings its own challenges that one might not anticipate. The policy of “hope for the best and prepare for the worst” appropriately describes the planning process in Event Management industry. Technology can be very helpful in lowering the amount of time spent on specific tasks by helping you organize them in order of priority and urgency.

An event management software can help you in planning ahead and be ready to deal with situations, events, and tasks instead of playing ad-hoc. For instance, using an email campaign you can increase the event attendance and also, by adding a CTA to know if they are attending the event, can allow you to estimate the number of attendees.This information can help you in planning the logistics in an efficient manner, which is one of the key functions of event management. Take a look at the infographic below, provided by Maximillion Event Creators, to learn more ways in which you can utilize an event management software, and technology in general for event management.

Event Management

Michael Doane

Michael Doane is a writer, marketer, and web developer who has fallen in love with the events industry. At CadmiumCD he teaches meeting planners about the benefits of event tech. As Marketing Manager


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