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Event Manager Blog is the first blog for event professionals.

It was started on April 2007 by Julius Solaris, international speaker, author and former social media consultant for global brands.

It quickly became the most talked about blog about Event Technology Trends, Innovative Event Concepts and Social Media applied to the Event Industry. Thousands of event professionals from around the globe read EMBLog daily. The blog is also a reference for the event startup community, giving space to initiatives to support innovation in the event industry.

In 2010 the annual report ’10 Event Trends’ was born. For the next 4 years this was set to become the most viewed presentation ever to be created for the event industry. You can see the 2014 version here.

In March 2012 Event Manager Shop was born, an independent store dedicated to premium WordPress Themes designed for event professionals.

In May 2013 Event Manager Blog launched The Event App Bible, the most comprehensive analysis of event mobile apps. A strategic report featuring comparison tables and advice for those evaluating the purchase of a mobile app for their event. The report is free to download, no email required.

That was followed by the release in November 2013 of The Good Event Registration Guide, a free ebook with a compendium of 123 apps and an unprecedented analysis of their pricing.

The two ebooks have been downloaded as of December 2013 more than 15,000 times.

 

Achievements

 
The blog has been widely referenced. It tops all the rankings in its category and it has become a point of reference for the event industry when it gets to innovation, inspiration and innovative technology.
 

Community

 
The blog has been the heart of the Event Planning & Management Group a 145,000 professional community on LinkedIn that Julius Solaris founded in 2008.
 

Advertising, Startups and FAQs

 
For advertising enquiries please use the relevant section.

If you are a startup, please fill in the appropriate form.

For any other enquiry, we suggest to read the FAQs before getting in touch.

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