May 19, 2020 A recent cover story from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel shared how companies are adapting their businesses to include customers during COVID-19. BoothCentral's CEO, Tim Gill was among those interviewed. Gill shares how BoothCentral was able to quickly...
Techeconomy recently interviewed BoothCentral’s CEO, Tim Gill. The article discusses how canceled events are finding alternative ways to thrive online due to gatherings being canceled due to COVID-19.
May 8, 2020 Cedarburg’s annual Strawberry Festival will be hosted virtually on BoothCentral’s Live Virtual Events platform. The event will take place on June 27, 2020 from 1-5pm. For more information on BoothCentral and Cedarburg’s Strawberry Festival partnership,...
Generating feedback from your vendors is crucial for your success
The strategy for collecting feedback will help you learn about the needs and expectations of your vendors. It will also help you identify future business and marketing strategies along with other areas of importance related to your event. Think of a time you either had a positive or negative experience with a business. Did you hope for the chance to provide feedback in order for that business to keep doing a great job, or fix the problem? Your vendors all want and need the ability to provide appropriate feedback.
Designing and implementing a post-event survey for your vendors does not have to be difficult or time consuming. All you need to do is make a few simple choices in order to create a valuable survey that will provide you with the results you need.
If you want to organize an amazing event, first things first: You need amazing vendors. Empty booth space is lost revenue, and lost opportunity to make your event a more attractive experience. Here’s a list of ways to attract and retain amazing vendors for your next event.
Tired, fatigued, feeling like you can’t keep up with the demands of your event, or feeling like you just want to throw in the proverbial towel? A change in mindset just may do the trick. Think about the times when you’ve experienced great success, or why you got started as an event organizer. I’m sure it brings back feelings of great elation, as well as thoughts like “What in the world was I thinking?” Do not lose hope, but rather challenge your current mindset and be willing to open your mind to what opportunities lie ahead.
The immediacy of today’s culture places significant demands on managing your business. Here are a few ideas to consider when it comes to organizing your next event.