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Built on SmartBadge technology, the new platform streamlines attendees’ experience while providing near real-time visibility for organizers.
Digital events platforms let marketers and organizers to plan, deliver and measure the results of digital events either live or on-demand.
Simultaneous fashion shows on Decentraland and in-store kick off a weeklong multi-channel activation.
To boost their fan experience, PGA TOUR will identify macro trends, as well as implement personalization and improve other touchpoints using Qualtrics XM.
With COVID seemingly never more transmissible, are marketers becoming more hesitant about attending live events? Take our quick survey.
Little Cinema used to design in-person premieres. Now they’re transforming the virtual and hybrid playbook for Hollywood.
We've taken those presentations and distilled them down to articles that you can reference, share and use in your next team discussions.
Investing platform Public surfaced relevant content to their app users, successfully increasing engagement and participation in Public Live and town hall events.
Interest in hybrid customer-facing events is high, but businesses are still learning how to run smaller scale hybrid meetings.
Respondents to our Events Participation Index also recommend events keep virtual and hybrid options going into the foreseeable future.
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The MarTech replacement Survey has shown marketing teams were not afraid to swap technology, but with resources tight existing staff had to learn these new tools.