Started in April 2007 by Julius Solaris, international speaker, author and former social media consultant for global brands.
EventMB has become the go-to online resource for Trends, Technology, Innovation and Education for the event industry. Thousands of event professionals from around the globe read EventMB daily. We are also a reference for the event startup community, giving space to initiatives to advocate and support innovation in the event industry.
Since 2010, we release an annual report ’10 Event Trends’, that gives a research backed outlook of the trends happening and thriving in the year to come. Each year, Event Trends is consistently the most viewed presentation ever in the event industry. You can see the latest version here.
Since 2013, EventMB releases yearly editions of 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.
Over the years, we kept releasing a number of industry reports, totalling around 100,000 downloads to date (Sept 2015). The Good Event Registration Guide, a free ebook with a compendium of 123 apps and an unprecedented analysis of their pricing. Social Media for Events, a free ebook about the use of social media in event. And lastly, Engaging Events, about live interaction technologies for events. You can browse and download all our resources from the Resource Centre. They are all free.
We manage the Event Planning & Management Group on LinkedIn. With 280,000+ members to date (Sept 2015), it is the largest community of event professionals.
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Christina R. Green is a digital storyteller and writer for associations and businesses, including journals such as the Midwestern Society of Association Executive’s magazine and industry blogs. She’s a voracious reader but has been known to stop reading if there are too many exclamation points used.