Category Archives: Event Marketing

How Can I Drive Demand at a Tradeshow Without Being There?

Heather Quitos — March 13, 2019 — March 13, 2019 In an increasingly digital world, investment in tradeshows may seem like less of a priority for marketing teams. But for many businesses, tradeshows are still a lucrative opportunity. In the B2B world, the show may be the only opportunity to get some face-to-face time with … Continue reading How Can I Drive Demand at a Tradeshow Without Being There?

How Sponsoring Local Events Can Boost Your Business [Infographic]

Brian Wallace — September 17, 2018 Follow @nowsourcing — September 17, 2018 Getting creative with the marketing budget dollars means more than just bigger, flashier ads. Smart business leaders know that thinking outside of the box, especially when it comes to marketing, can lead to surprising returns. Opportunities for corporate sponsorships are everywhere and available … Continue reading How Sponsoring Local Events Can Boost Your Business [Infographic]

Don’t Exhibit at Your Next Event Before Using this Research Hack

Rudly Raphael — April 23, 2018 — April 23, 2018 Fotocitizen / Pixabay Proper market research is the stable launching pad to rocket any successful product, service, or campaign. That’s not rocket science. Having said that, market research tends to get overlooked in the event space. All too often, brands get lulled into the “we’ve … Continue reading Don’t Exhibit at Your Next Event Before Using this Research Hack

How Outstanding Event Marketing Boosts Brand Awareness [Infographic]

Dave Sutton — July 26, 2017 — July 26, 2017 Here’s an unexpected marketing strategy—go rent a house and paint it pink. That’s exactly how Atlanta rapper 2 Chainz transformed his album release into a powerful brand storytelling opportunity. To prepare for the release of Pretty Girls Like Trap Music, he rented a house at … Continue reading How Outstanding Event Marketing Boosts Brand Awareness [Infographic]

For marketing with developer events, connection and authenticity matter

If you want to make developer-centric events a success, columnist Josh Aberant explains, you need to be able to connect with the dev community. Josh Aberant on May 10, 2017   Developers can be skeptical, dismissive of hyperbole, willing to bench-test any product claim and unhesitatingly open to sharing their opinions with the rest of … Continue reading For marketing with developer events, connection and authenticity matter