Designing your event for audience engagement

There are many details in planning an event, from the technical part of the job to what we often forget and which incidentally is the most important factor of every successful event – satisfaction of the guests. What makes your audience pleased in their engagement? Keeping in mind, that your audience should not only be engaged during the event, but also before as well as after. Read on to find out about what EventsAIR has in store for you to help you keeping your audience engaged.


1. Planning

IBTM World

Tuesday, 27 November, 2018 - 09:00 to Thursday, 29 November, 2018 - 17:00
IBTM World is just a few weeks away! The leading global event for the meetings, incentives, conferences and events industry opens its doors at Fira Barcelona, from 27 to 29 November 2018.

3 Steps to Securing the Perfect Keynote Speaker

Every event manager knows how important having an amazing keynote speaker is for creating a great event. From former ministers to news anchors, to famous journalists or TV stars – even captains of the industry, the options for finding a great keynote speaker seem to be endless. However, finding the perfect keynote can be a challenge. Will the presenter be a good public speaker? Will the audience identify with their message? Is it a big enough name to draw a croud?

When searching for the perfect keynote speaker, there are three things to keep in mind:


Abbit moves to a bigger and brighter future

On March 31st Abbit Meeting Innovators became part of a bigger entity; the PFL group. 

A larger management team, brand new infrastructure, expertise in video-production, total event concept, web-streaming and much more means Abbit is now, more than ever, the number one innovative force in meeting and conference support.

In 2018, PFL became the new home for the Abbit team and merging the technical and logistical components will make Abbit meeting innovators and Abbit Multi-Hub meetings even more competitive. 


How to Read Your Event Data and Create Better Experiences

Being able to measure events by data has become more and more important in the events and meetings industry. Starting from the number of app downloads to the percentage of new captured leads, events are generating a vast amount of data.

We measure how many people attended the event, how many present leads transformed into customers, the engagement rate, etc. But do you actually understand what event data represents and most importantly, how to do with it?


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