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Event Fails: The Tale of the Unknown Vendors

By Autumn Cardone | December 10, 2018

Event Fails are real-life experiences from attendees about the concerts, conventions, festivals, and other large events they attended that resulted in frustrated attendees, lost…

Looking Into the Crystal Ball

By Autumn Cardone | December 24, 2018

By releasing your event app before your event, it becomes a predictor of which presenters and vendors your attendees will be most drawn to,…

She Loves You, She Loves You Not

By Autumn Cardone | November 26, 2018

Trying to figure out which presenters were the most popular without some kind of user rating is like picking petals off a daisy, and…

It’s Not Too Late, Baby

By Autumn Cardone | November 12, 2018

The ancient Greek philosopher Heraclitus is quoted as saying “change is the only constant in life.” As an event producer, you know how true…

You Look Great!

By Autumn Cardone | October 15, 2018

There’s a scene in the movie “Back To The Future” where the main character, Marty, has gone back in time to when his mother…

Time is Money – Let Us Do It

By Autumn Cardone | October 29, 2018

Let’s face it.  Every event has its headaches and stressors before the event that needs to be dealt with.  One of the biggest is…

Sponsors Love Our EventTimeApp

By Autumn Cardone | August 20, 2018

Usually at an event, there are banners or posters thanking the event sponsors and a small listing in the printed schedule. But the event…

The Waste Not Made

By Autumn Cardone | July 23, 2018

642 tons of waste was created by the 99,000+ people that attended the six-day 2017 Coachella Music Festival in Indio, California — 130 tons of…

Can You Hear Me Now?

By Autumn Cardone | September 3, 2018

With cell connectivity seemingly everywhere, there is a strong temptation to just have people stay connected in order to use an event app. However,…

The Fate of the Lost Participant

By Autumn Cardone | September 17, 2018

Wander the hallways or pathways at any large event and you are likely to see four different types of attendees: The lost attendee, squinting…