A thoughtful post-event marketing strategy is a critical part of a successful event, especially when some of your attendees may be donating *specifically* to see how you follow up.
Planning any event can be stressful, but corporate events present some unique challenges. They’re often information-heavy and can last multiple days, so how do you keep attendees engaged? How do you keep things interesting? In this guide, we’ll outline 8 easy steps to make sure your corporate event is a success. Whether it’s a seminar, conference, or company summit, we’ve got you covered.
In early July, the World Para Powerlifting (WPPO) Parapan American Open Championships came to St. Louis. It was the first time an international competition for the sport of Para Powerlifting has been hosted in the United States, and we had the privilege of producing and streaming the event.
Some of the most frequent questions we get asked are about hybrid and virtual events: What exactly makes them different from traditional, in-person galas? What unique challenges do they pose? How do you produce one successfully? We put together this guide to help as a tool to clarify the answers to some of those questions.
Having a thoughtfully-produced Fund-A-Need video can be as important as having a motivating keynote speaker. If you are spending $20,000+ on your food, venue, catering, and alcohol, you can’t afford to NOT invest in a Fund-A-Need / Fund-The-Future video.
We’ve worked with so many families planning milestone Bar and Bat Mitzvah celebrations, since our inception in 2001. We’re frequently asked, “Where do I start planning my child’s Mitzvah; what’s first?” You’ll find that here!