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CadmiumCD does not endorse the positions, opinions, or products of its guest contributors. To become a guest contributor of the CadmiumCD blog, submit your article or topic ideas <a href="https://www.conferenceabstracts.com/cfp2/login.asp?EventKey=FVIKZNHF" />here</a>. All articles are curated and edited by CadmiumCD Marketing Manager, <a href="https://www.linkedin.com/in/medoane/">Michael Doane</a>.

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9 New Features to Manage Your Conference Projects

Event Technology, Feature Releases, Product Info| Views: 718

This list was compiled by CadmiumCD Training Manager, Megan Kurtzman Abstract Scorecard ‘Get Started…’ Copy Theme Checkpoint A new checkpoint has been added to the...

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I started working within the Equine Therapeutic Riding Program at Eagle Mount the summer of 2018. I have been involved with the equine industry my entire life, but this was my first experience working within the therapy sector. I assist as a horse leader to ensure that the horse responds appropriately when the rider is working on their skills. I also get to interact with students while helping with grooming and tacking, as well as any pick up help around the barn.

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Employee Volunteer Experience: Amanda Weber, Project Manager

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Every CadmiumCD employee who decides to serve in extracurricular volunteer activities is asked to share their experience. The following are CadmiumCD project manager Amanda...

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Large events, ceremonies, or conferences can last hours or even days. Event planners need to find creative ways to keep attendees, who are used to instant gratification, real-time updates, and entertainment, satisfied with the event’s agenda.

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Tips and Tools to Boost Attendee Engagement At Your Event

Attendee Engagement, Event Management, Event Marketing, Event Technology| Views: 770

Written by Brooklin Nash Event technology opens many new opportunities for planners and attendees. Using the right tools allows you to understand your audience better, deliver...

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After researching meeting planning needs for the logistics aspect of an event as well as feedback from our clients, CadmiumCD came to the conclusion that a good logistics module should cover four items: scheduling, room management, resources, and team member management. From there, we established a two phase timeline for development and implementation. Phase 1 will cover scheduling, room, and resource management, and phase 2 will include invoicing.

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Logistics Module Big Reveal

Association Management, Conference Logistics, Event Management, Speaker & Presentation Management| Views: 526

Written by Pamela Shigeoka  The Big Reveal: New Logistics Module coming to CadmiumCD At CadCon 2018, CadmiumCD revealed an exciting new upgrade to Conference Harvester: the...

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An average company spends 14% of the annual marketing budget on events. It’s a big portion of the budget that forces you to think twice about every item. Here’s the list of things you need to consider while making the event calculations.

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A Complete Guide to Event Budgeting

Association Management, Corporate Strategy, Event Management| Views: 711

Written by Warren Fowler, Marketing Enthusiast and Blogger Digital advertising dominates the marketing universe because it has the power to reach global audiences within seconds....

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Just In Time for the Holidays: New Features from CadmiumCD

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Just In Time for the Holidays: New Features from CadmiumCD

Event Management, Event Technology, Feature Releases, Product Info| Views: 554

This list was compiled by CadmiumCD Training Manager, Megan Kurtzman New Features in the myCadmium Platform Survey Magnet: Net Promoter Score The Survey Magnet now supports a new...

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If we had to name a single factor that’s responsible for an event’s success, it would have to be the process of management. That’s a broad concept that involves planning for all stages of the events, making announcements, handling the finances, promoting the event on social media and providing high-quality website content, arranging everything with the tickets, inviting speakers, booking the catering… It’s a lot on the manager’s plate. Without a proper strategy, you’ll be a hot mess right before the deadlines, and you won’t even be able to evaluate how much work you’re left with before the big day.

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Top 5 Event Management Strategies that Work

Event Management, Event Marketing| Views: 722

Written by Chris Richardson If we had to name a single factor that’s responsible for an event’s success, it would have to be the process of management. That’s a broad...

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At this point, a mobile app is pretty much a must-have for any event. Attendees expect to have the schedule and exhibitor information at their fingertips, and since the vast majority of people carry smart phones today, a mobile app is the easiest way to get that data to your attendees. CadmiumCD first launched eventScribe in 2011 and gave it a major overhaul in 2015. Today, eventScribe is an excellent choice, particularly for educational conferences. Let’s take a look at some of the features that make eventScribe work so well for branding, ease of use, and attendee engagement.

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All About eventScribe: A Look at the Basics of CadmiumCD’s Mobile App

Attendee Engagement, Content Production & Publication, Event Management, Event Technology| Views: 813

Written by CadmiumCD Contributor Pamela Shigeoka At this point, a mobile app is pretty much a must-have for any event. Attendees expect to have the schedule and exhibitor...

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There are plenty of beautiful flyers you’ll see on Google or Pinterest. And when you find an inspiration, make sure to tick off every item on this infographic checklist below that Visme created so you can make a flyer like a professional designer created it.

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This Is How You Design An Event Flyer

Event Design, Event Marketing| Views: 777

Contributed by Belle Balace, Growth Specialist at Visme. The first step of promoting your event is to create a print and digital flyer of it. You don’t need to hire a graphic...

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Conference events help companies break out of their digital presence. It’s always a plus for attendees to get a look at the company and its representatives in person. However, to leverage the full effect of a live conference, you have to follow up after the event. Otherwise, all the content, experience, and networking will quickly fade from the attendees’ mind. Learn some of the tricks of the trade for maximizing the effectiveness of post-event follow-ups.

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Maximize Event Impact by Following Through with a Post-Conference Follow Up… Here’s How

Event Management, Event Marketing| Views: 869

Written by Dan McCarthy, Event Manager at Venueseeker Conference events help companies break out of their digital presence. It’s always a plus for attendees to get a look at the...

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