Outdoor Retailer, the largest outdoor gear, apparel, accessories and technology tradeshow, today announced it is partnering with EventSphere to handle hotel reservations for Outdoor Retailer Summer Market and beyond.
2016 for EventSphere represented what Malcolm Gladwell might refer to as a tipping point, that “magic moment when something crosses a threshold, tips, and spreads like wildfire.”
EventSphere won the 2016 Lanyon Luminary Award for Best in Class and Company of the Year – Citywide Passkey award. EventSphere was chosen as the recipient of this award by Lanyon employees, in large part due to the complex housing services provided for the 2016 Democratic National Convention.
For the second consecutive year, EventSphere, a national meetings and events firm based in Atlanta, has been named to the National Association for Business Resources list of “Best and Brightest Companies to Work For.” For 2016, it is one of 101 companies and business entities in the Atlanta region to make the list.
During a time when budgets are limited and competition is endless, you need to use your face-to-face time at conventions and meetings as efficiently as possible. As product managers consistently look ahead to predict the next top trends in their respective industries, event managers and exhibitors should use similarly innovative marketing tactics to engage attendees and create brand awareness. Take a quick glance at these top ten marketing trends in the industry to ensure your event participation is fruitful and successful.
Trade show and meetings executive Tracy Barrett Janosko has joined the EventSphere team. With more than 15 years of sales experience in the industry, Tracy will be based in Texas near Houston. She has a strong network of resources in Atlanta, Chicago and Washington, D.C. She will serve as Vice President of Business Development for EventSphere to focus on new business and continue growing the brand.
The Atlanta Convention & Visitors Bureau has renewed its relationship with EventSphere, a national meetings and events firm based in Atlanta, to fulfill housing needs for events coming to the city who use “bureau housing” to book hotel rooms. EventSphere has worked with the ACVB for the past four years, booking more than 15 events annually over that time.
Thanks to a partnership between two meeting and technology leaders, meeting planners, especially those who manage smaller meetings, can tap into leading edge mobile-friendly booking for their attendees. The benefit is increased ease of booking and possible increases in participation. It will also help these meeting planners compare rates and services that will result in lower costs and higher profitability.
Savvy organizations still offer “wow” events, but they’re doing more with less when it comes to budgets. Here are some ideas for planning must-attend events that leave a spectacular impression without overspending your budget. By infusing new ideas into your meetings, you’ll further engage attendees and set the stage for higher registration numbers going forward.
Join us as we welcome April Griffin to our EventSphere team as Director of Operations. With more than eight years of hospitality experience across the US and internationally, she brings a high level of management and organization to the firm.