The eventscape is a crowded and competitive marketplace. Associations, publishers and event corporates are all vying for our target attendees’ hard-earned pounds. But what can associations do to ensure that their events are chosen over others?
This month we were joined by:
Miguel Neves, CMP, DES, EventMB’s Editor-in-chief
Miguel Neves is EventMB’s Editor-in-chief and likes to describe himself as a “curious creator and caring curator of computerized content and a conscious connector of charismatic characters”. He lives and breathes the event tech sector and is deeply engaged in the global online community of event professionals. He is active in volunteer roles across the industry and currently sits on the International Board of Directors of Meeting Professionals International. Miguel is a Portuguese soul who built a career in the UK and is now raising a young family in southern Denmark.
Sarah Ameson, Brightelm’s Sales and Marketing Specialist
Sarah is Brightelm’s Sales and Marketing Specialist, with a creative instinct and a keen eye for copywriting. With a winning attitude and prominent background in business growth, across several trusted event venues, Sarah has excelled in her career so far. Success for her means growth, as a real team player she delights in raising her team up and succeeding as one. Sarah is passionate about the event industry and delights in seeing her clients’ attendee numbers growing. She loves nothing more than making someone happy, and for her clients it’s something she’s got rather good at.
Adam Baggs, Creative Director and Founder, Soaring Worldwide
With several years working as an organiser within two of the industry’s leading event management agencies, Adam brings a unique buyer focused perspective to PR and communications for the meetings industry. He used his extensive knowledge of the event planning process gained at those agencies to support the set up of Soaring Worldwide, which provides bespoke public relations, press and campaign planning and advice to PCOs and the event supply chain.
With clients around the world and a love of the meetings industry, Adam is passionate about the effective communication of strategic messages that develop and enhance long term relationships.
In particular Adam has developed a specialism in the association and PCO market through strong working relationships with ABPCO, ICCA and their members as well as having a deep understanding of the PR needs of event focused organisations around the world.
Watch as our expert panel explored both new and traditional marketing techniques to bring in both our established and new audiences.