I just read the Good Event Registration Guide. It’s a complete report of what’s going on in Event Registration Platforms right now and in the future.
It’s a great report and I suggest you read it, but there’s one huge problem: It only covers 5% of events.
Social media is already a deeply ingrained part of event marketing, and it doesn’t seem to be going away anytime soon. But as more and more marketers jump on the social media bandwagon, it’s becoming more difficult for event organizers to make their content stand out among the clutter, and reach the audiences they’re attempting to target.
We've always been promoting Lyyti as a tool for efficient and low-maintenance event management. We still maintain that Lyyti helps event organisers spend less time on their routine tasks, which in turn results in our client spending less money.
Lately, we've been receiving messages claiming the contrary: Working with Lyyti has actually resulted in increased costs. By alot, in some cases.
Our previous blog post was about how lifestyle trends involving fitness, wellness and healthy living are taking over the event business. It is all very well to be looking after your guests and participants in the healthiest way possible, but what's the situation like when it comes to your team?
This post will also reveal how this issue is handled here at Lyyti. Read on!