Posts Tagged ‘Event Ideas’

love it or hate it . emu egg shot glasses

love it or hate it . emu egg shot glasses

It’s that time again! Time to weigh in on our Love It or Hate It game. These gorgeous emu eggs were served up at The Hollywood Roosevelt’s Library Bar by famed bar tender and creator of culinary cocktails,¬†Matthew Biancaniello. To use them as cocktail vessels, Matthew had to file down the rims, coat them and […]

win free registration . to eventcamp 2010

win free registration . to eventcamp 2010

For those of you who don’t know our industry’s first unconference, eventcamp 2010, will be hitting New York during Social Media Week on February 6, 2010 from 7:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. This event is a great example of how to build an event around a community. The organizers of this event are all active […]

an event . in orvieto

an event . in orvieto

When my husband and I celebrated our honeymoon, we opted for a month in Europe. One of the towns we visited along the way was a beautiful place called Orvieto. Known to Italians as the “green heart of Italy”, it is lesser known to tourists and is centrally located between Rome and Florence. It’s location, […]

why you need bloggers and tweeters . at your next event

why you need bloggers and tweeters . at your next event

There are a large number of event planners and organizers who are missing a huge opportunity to build awareness of and conversation around their events. For years now, a new form of media has been steadily building momentum and influence. Bloggers, tweeters and podcasters are now a force to be reckoned with. But unfortunately, companies […]

bringing twitter's back channel . to the front

bringing twitter's back channel . to the front

As you may know, I write a monthly column for Event Solutions‘ Trend Report. For the January issue I’ve focused on a topic that has been hotly debated online. Should back channel conversations on Twitter be brought to the front channel at events? What is a backchannel? A backchannel is basically a conversation or series […]