For Event Department, events have become an essential part of the marketing mix. In this interview, Maxime Coesèl explains the added value of events.
The impact of your event will increase when it fits the needs of your target audience. In this blog, Momice describes how this can be achieved in 3 steps.
The first edition of Connecting the Dots took place on March 21. Missed the event? Read the insights that have been shared at Connecting the Dots here!
The first edition of Connecting the Dots took place on March 21 and attracted over 50 enthusiastic attendees. Momice interviewed three of the attendees.
Momice CEO Rutger Bremer knows like no other how to use events. Co-creation prevents disappointments and teaches organisations to respond to the market.
Dirk Prijs is CEO of the Genootschap voor Eventmanagers (Dutch Association for Event Managers). The association represents 235 event managers and 165 companies. In this interview with Momice, he explains developments the event managers should prepare for.
In addition to their externel events, Dutch construction company Van Wijnen organises a number of internal events. Maaike Rodenhuis is involved as a marketing and communications professional. She explains how Momice helps her professionalise her events.
The end of the year is approaching quickly. For many organisations, December the time for looking back and looking ahead, on end-of-year festivities and network events. How do you look back on your event year? Are you celebrating your successes? How do you know whether your events were successful?
Company’s fight over the attention of potential customers. We all know that screaming louder is not the way to go. But how to reach them? What you need is relevant content, things that matter to your audience: personalisation.
Evaluating an event is often an underestimated part of event communication. Read here how three event planners use the online survey for their events.
Skip Logic makes it possible for respondents to automatically skip questions that aren’t relevant to them in event surveys. This will result in more respondents answering all questions and finishing the questionnaire. Read here what else is in it for you and your attendee.
By evaluating your event with an online survey, you can measure your event goals and improve future editions. Read here how to make great event surveys!
The response to your event survey can be a real treasure, however, interpreting and analysing the information is key. Prepare your survey data well before analysing. Calculate the NPS score for your event and find out which attendees are your biggest promoters or critics.
Setting up a good online survey requires preparation and time. These 5 steps will help you create a solid survey by choosing event survey questions carefully.