Author Archives: Julius Solaris

About Julius Solaris

Julius Solaris is the editor of EventManagerBlog.com, he is an international speaker and author of The Good Event Registration Guide and Event App Bible.

5 Feelings That Make the Event Magic Happen

What makes people gather, enjoy and talk about events? Here are five universal feelings that make normal events become outstanding. Have you ever attended an event that was great, so great that you keep telling your colleagues or friends through the year? Probably you have. Yet is highly… Read more

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Social Media and Events: We Need Your Opinion

Social Media are changing the way events are marketed and experienced. We would like to ask for your help and fill in a quick questionnaire. The good news is that we are working on a new project about social media and events. The even better news is that we want you to be at the center of… Read more

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5 Cool #EventTech Tools Waiting For Adoption

Not all event technology was created equal. This post looks at revolutionary technology that is yet to make an impact in the event industry. Do you recall that moment when you looked at a brand new, mind-blowing tool or software? Do you remember thinking how the event industry was going to… Read more

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6 Fresh Event Startups To Watch This Summer

Event professionals love technology and startups love the event industry. Here are six apps you may not know of that will help you run smoother events. A study from the Convention Industry Council calculated that the contribution of the meetings industry to the worldwide economy is in the… Read more

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The Best Posts of June 2014 on @EventMB

Time for our monthly roundup of the hottest articles on your favourite event blog. June was packed on great tips on Social Media, Productivity, Sustainability and Event Planning. In case you were busy planning your next event, here is a roundup of… The Best Posts in June 2014 1. 10 Things… Read more

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10 Things Productive #EventProfs Do Every Day

Productivity and event planning go hand in hand. Successful event planners are very productive. Here are 10 habits of productive event planners you can steal to kick off your week. I haven’t met a single event professional who is not very organised and effective at getting things done…. Read more

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Never #Fail Your Attendees Again

Here is a presentation about how simple mistake can ruin our events. Don’t let your attendees down ever again! I know you appreciated this article about making always the same event planning mistakes. We all make mistakes, but there is a big difference between occasional and repeated… Read more

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20 Good and Bad Tweets Attendees Will Send About Your Event

Is your event on Twitter? Well, probably you will see these tweets coming your way soon! Oh Twitter, don’t you love it? With its sarcastic, argumentative, serendipitous soul. A bit like us #eventprofs. After reading several hundreds of tweets about events I attended or organised, I made… Read more

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The Best Posts of May 2014 on @EventMB

Time for our monthly roundup of the hottest articles on your favourite event blog. May was fun and thought provoking. We are sure you agree! In case you were busy planning your next event, here is a roundup of… The Best Posts in May 2014 1. 20 Moments Every Event Planner Has… Read more

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Never Make These Social Media Mistakes Again!

Do you find yourself making these mistakes when planning or executing social media for your event? Here is a powerful presentation to fix them. A couple of months ago, I published a quite successful article about social media and events. It looks like there is a lot of need for clarity in… Read more

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