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Dan McCarthyNovember 8, 2017
Training Session Gamification Ideas and Best Practices
The second day of BETT had too many great talks for one person to possibly hope to attend, so we thought we would fill you in with the day events.
Ben Bradbury :: January 26, 2017
This year the Glisser team are running live audience engagement at four BETT stages, here are our thoughts from the first day of BETT 2017.
Oliver Fisher :: January 25, 2017
Tight budget, short deadline? Event growth hacking should be your first stop. Here are three awesome growth hacks you can use.
Oliver Fisher :: January 18, 2017
We are back with our updated PowerPoint Alternatives of 2017. Gain insight to the best tools of 2017, which you can use to better your presentation skills.
Oliver Fisher :: January 13, 2017
Student Engagement is at the forefront of any teacher's mind. Here we highlight 5 Student Engagement Tips to Kick-Start Your 2017 Semester.
Oliver Fisher :: January 9, 2017
Instagram has become the perfect tool for any marketer to tap into a large-scale audience. Here we explain how you can use Instagram for event promotion.
Oliver Fisher :: January 4, 2017
You’ve likely seen the adverts for online events courses and may have wondered what it’s all about. EventTrix explain in this guest post.
Guest Author :: December 9, 2016
The world’s relationship with paper is not a healthy one. U.S. businesses use approximately four million tons of paper every year. How can we reduce this?
Kathleen Henrick :: November 16, 2016
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One article caught my eye this week, because if the rumours are true the implications could be huge for the event app industry.
Mike Piddock :: October 17, 2017
It's been an interesting month in the event-tech world: industry veteran Jamie Vaughan takes a look...
Jamie Vaughan :: October 9, 2017
The goal of many events is to impart knowledge to an audience, effectively. But it doesn't have to be boring, interactive quizzes are the answer...
Mike Piddock :: September 19, 2017
We’ve had a quick think about how could the new iPhone X features could enhance your meetings and conferences.
Mike Piddock :: September 13, 2017
Apple has restricted white-label events apps – what does it mean for event professionals?
Mike Piddock :: September 6, 2017
With the new GDPR fast approaching, Clemi Hardie, dives into the five top questions you should be asking your event tech provider about the new regulation.
Clemi Hardie :: August 30, 2017
In this article, Ben Bradbury, introduces an event profs secret weapon; using event apps to generate extra revenue. Here are 4 great tips you can try.
Ben Bradbury :: August 23, 2017
Creating a holistic approach to your event marketing strategy is vital for event success. In this article, we cover 5 top tips to help you get started.
Guest Author :: August 3, 2017
Everyone talks about event marketing data, and how valuable it is for marketing teams. But you are not tracking one key area; the black hole of event data!
Meaghan Carey :: July 13, 2017
In this article, we discuss the GDPR implications on data capture for your site and event reg page. Brought to you by GDPR consultant, Ian Grey.
Oliver Fisher :: May 10, 2017
Clemi Hardie from Noodle Live, discusses Event Data, and why Event Profs should begin collecting information on their delegates.
Clemi Hardie :: April 11, 2017
Twitter Walls (or Tweet Walls as they are sometimes known) are effective tools for increasing engagement and building social media amplification at an event.
Mike Piddock :: September 26, 2017
The goal of many events is to impart knowledge to an audience, effectively. But it doesn't have to be boring, interactive quizzes are the answer...
Mike Piddock :: September 19, 2017
We’ve had a quick think about how could the new iPhone X features could enhance your meetings and conferences.
Mike Piddock :: September 13, 2017
Apple has restricted white-label events apps – what does it mean for event professionals?
Mike Piddock :: September 6, 2017
Have you heard about the EU's new General Data Protection Regulation? Have you been thinking; does GDPR have anything to do with Marketing? Well, find out here
Guest Author :: June 7, 2017
GDPR is a hot topic, and with the regulation coming into play next year, we explain what GDPR means for marketers and event profs. Including a free checklist.
Mike Piddock :: April 26, 2017
Creating event feedback forms is about finding the right balance in questions and timing. Here we provide some guidance on the mistakes you should avoid.
Mike Piddock :: February 21, 2017
You’ve likely seen the adverts for online events courses and may have wondered what it’s all about. EventTrix explain in this guest post.
Guest Author :: December 9, 2016
The world’s relationship with paper is not a healthy one. U.S. businesses use approximately four million tons of paper every year. How can we reduce this?
Kathleen Henrick :: November 16, 2016
A killer day for Glisser showcasing our innovative technology at Event Tech Live and winning two awards at the Event Tech Awards.
Mike Piddock :: November 10, 2016
Boost audience interaction at events by involving delegates throughout the experience and encouraging engagement by using these 5 ways.
Ben Bradbury :: October 19, 2016
Guest Blog from Dan McCarthy on Gamification in Training, Learning & Development Events.
Dan McCarthy :: November 8, 2017
How do you engage the quiet student, and solve a psychological problem? Caleb Carr explains in his latest article.
Caleb Carr :: April 13, 2017
Day three of the Bett conference was the most exciting yet. We heard from a long list of notable speakers including Sir Ken Robinson and Heston Blumenthal.
Oliver Fisher :: January 28, 2017
The second day of BETT had too many great talks for one person to possibly hope to attend, so we thought we would fill you in with the day events.
Ben Bradbury :: January 26, 2017
This year the Glisser team are running live audience engagement at four BETT stages, here are our thoughts from the first day of BETT 2017.
Oliver Fisher :: January 25, 2017
Guest Blog from Dan McCarthy on Gamification in Training, Learning & Development Events.
Dan McCarthy :: November 8, 2017
Ten simple steps to ensure your interactive event is a roaring success!
Mike Piddock :: October 5, 2017
Universities are failing to meet the digital expectations of students. In this article, we make some great suggestions to help you improve your tech offering.
Rob Parker :: July 19, 2017
In January, we released an article to help you boost student engagement. This time, we are back with tips to help you engage the classroom with technology.
Mike Piddock :: June 21, 2017
Spring time is here and so are exams! With final exam season approaching, we know that students are looking for new ways to impress professors.
Kirsten Eldridge :: May 8, 2017
Mike Piddock and Steve New first met nearly 20 years ago, when Mike was studying at Oxford. Recently they got together to discuss student response systems.
Oliver Fisher :: May 3, 2017
Student Engagement is at the forefront of any teacher's mind. Here we highlight 5 Student Engagement Tips to Kick-Start Your 2017 Semester.
Oliver Fisher :: January 9, 2017
In this article, Ben Bradbury, introduces an event profs secret weapon; using event apps to generate extra revenue. Here are 4 great tips you can try.
Ben Bradbury :: August 23, 2017
Presentations are a crucial part of business communication. In this article, we cover 5 presentation psychology hacks, to help improve your delivery.
Guest Author :: August 15, 2017
We have taken live-polling to the next level by introducing picture polls. To celebrate the release, the team decided to get creative and have some Friday fun.
Mike Piddock :: August 11, 2017
Today, April 20th, 2017, Microsoft PowerPoint turns 30 years old. To celebrate we have released a selection of beautiful infographics for you to enjoy.
Oliver Fisher :: April 20, 2017
Through our recent experience working with the NHS, it’s clear that exceptional audience engagement is a key factor for success at their live events.
Ben Bradbury :: April 3, 2017
We are back with our updated PowerPoint Alternatives of 2017. Gain insight to the best tools of 2017, which you can use to better your presentation skills.
Oliver Fisher :: January 13, 2017
Engagement and participation have all become the 'buzzwords' of presenting, but what moves should a presenter make to create an interactive slideshow?
Ben Bradbury :: October 20, 2016
Presenting can be a nerve-wracking experience. Overcome these presentation nerves by using these techniques and becoming a pro presenter.
Ben Bradbury :: October 6, 2016
Presentations are a reflection of your business. A poor presentation can be detrimental to future business deals and growth, so try avoiding these 5 mistakes.
Ben Bradbury :: September 23, 2016
It’s the end of your event. You’ve been speaking for a while. Your mouth is dry and you want to go home. Then the dreaded question is asked...Any Questions?
Kathleen Henrick :: September 16, 2016
When putting on a panel event, there’s nothing worse than seeing your preparation culminate in deafening silence, here are 35 questions to get your panel going.
Ben Bradbury :: September 2, 2016
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