Event data has become multi-dimensional in a few short years compared to when post-event surveys were the go-to source. Where should you start and how do you effectively communicate what the data means for your in-person, hybrid and digital events?
In her recent Convene article, contributor Beth Surmont explored why embracing uncertainty is vital to thriving on the long, tough road ahead. The events community can lean on each other for support to proactively produce events amidst the challenging, uncertain path forward.
Three industry leaders will share their perspectives on strategic challenges that require new ways of thinking and preparation - rising costs, inflation, and understanding the impact of social media on audience behavior to name a few. Participate in this session to discuss how major trends have fundamentally changed our industry and the new realities for international business events.
One of the benefits of social media is the ability to eavesdrop on conversations about your event or brand digitally. These insights help you understand what individual customers like, dislike, and need from your content, programming, and people.