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Event Design

Articles on designing exceptional event experiences and conference education.

Virtual 2.0: How to Prepare for Your Next Digital Event

Virtual 2.0: How to Prepare for Your Next Digital Event
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Case Study provided by Jennifer Kerhin and the Sponsorship Team Association of American Colleges and Universities: Seamless Integration of Annual Meeting Goals to Virtual Event Platform Sponsorship Boost recently worked with the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) on their virtual annual meeting. Sponsorship Boost was hired

CadmiumCD
CadmiumCD
Expo Harvester
Successful Communication for Virtual & Hybrid Events

Successful Communication for Virtual & Hybrid Events
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How to Improve Communication Between Speakers, Exhibitors, and Attendees Bill Klein, Palisades Convention Management (PCM) CEO and Program Coordinator for the Display Week Conference, recently posed the question: “What makes a conference, a conference?” His answer — just one thing: Interactivity. It’s the connections made between individuals becoming part of

Michael Doane
Michael Doane
Conference Harvester
CadmiumCD Launches New Matchmaking and Networking Capabilities that Facilitate Personalized Attendee Experiences

CadmiumCD Launches New Matchmaking and Networking Capabilities that Facilitate Personalized Attendee Experiences
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eventScribe Live Improves Conference Education, Networking, and Exhibitor ROI Through an Algorithm-Driven Matching System Based on Attendee Preferences FOREST HILL, MD — Event software company, CadmiumCD, today announced expanded matchmaking and networking capabilities on the eventScribe Live platform for hybrid and virtual events. The new capabilities deliver personalized experiences to attendees

Michael Doane
Michael Doane
Press Releases
A Comprehensive Guide to Planning Hybrid Events

A Comprehensive Guide to Planning Hybrid Events
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How to choose the right format for your conference or trade show, create cross-channel experiences for attendees, and build the perfect software platform for your hybrid events in 2021 and beyond. With the uncertainty surrounding the ongoing pandemic, many trade shows and conferences and deciding to plan for hybrid events

Michael Doane
Michael Doane
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Your Guide to Events This Year: 12 Ways to Get Your Conferences and Trade Shows Right

Your Guide to Events This Year: 12 Ways to Get Your Conferences and Trade Shows Right
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Whatever is in store for this year, we’re ready! To help you get the most out of 2021, we put together a PDF calendar to help you keep your year in order. It’s filled with fun illustrations and features our very own mascot, Cee Dee! Download

Michael Doane
Michael Doane
Event Design
This Virtual Medical Convention Didn’t Skimp on Production

This Virtual Medical Convention Didn’t Skimp on Production
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The American Academy of Pediatrics’ annual in-person National Conference and Exhibition puts on a show each year, mixing entertainment with content and bringing “emotion to science.” How did they accomplish that with their 2020 all-virtual event? When moving their events online, many organizers focus much of their time on choosing

Michael Doane
Michael Doane
Case Studies
How to Create Cross-Channel Attendee Engagement Experiences for Hybrid Events

How to Create Cross-Channel Attendee Engagement Experiences for Hybrid Events
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When we plan virtual or live events, we need to figure out how attendees will engage with the content, sponsors, and each other. But hybrid events pose a unique challenge. We now must also figure out how we’ll get these audiences to engage with one another. Ask yourself these

Michael Doane
Michael Doane
Event Design
3 Hybrid Event Formats: The Most Popular Options for Cross-Channel Experiences

3 Hybrid Event Formats: The Most Popular Options for Cross-Channel Experiences
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The most important part of getting your hybrid event right is picking the best format for your attendees. Do you want everyone engaging in real-time for networking purposes? Does your online audience want education that’s more self-paced? Could smaller coordinated meetups be a better option than the traditional city-wide?

Michael Doane
Michael Doane
Event Design

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