Online Business Archives - Event Marketer

Online Business Archives - Event Marketer

August 9, 2017

Google Transforms I/O With an Outdoor Festival Vibe

For years, Google’s evergreen I/O developers conference, like all b-to-b events, took place in a convention center. Every year. In a convention center. The same format. Over and over again. For a brand like Google, the “same old thing” was eventually no longer an option. It was time to take a leap. A leap of...

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August 8, 2017

Amazon Masters Sustainable Scaling at AWS re:Invent

Since its inception in 2012, re:Invent has grown more than 500 percent in size, leaping more than 60 percent in attendance from 2015 to 2016 alone. Maintaining that rate of growth without sacrificing results for customers requires sustainable scaling, which means adding value while executing flawlessly for more attendees, sponsors, exhibitors, breakouts, VIP events, entertainment,...

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July 13, 2017

Slack Booth Fosters Engagement With Natural Elements

Slack had quite a job at Dreamforce, Salesforce.com’s mega technology conference. The communications software platform that entered the scene in 2013 needed to show off its industry leadership among 171,000 savvy professionals who have a desire to streamline their processes, and have many options to do so. With its light-handed, playful and modest activation teeming...

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July 11, 2017

Twitter Activates a Networking ‘City’ and VIP Suite

While many big tech brands were fluffing their feathers on the CES show floor and in ballrooms throughout Sin City with flashy booths and experiences, Twitter decided to set itself apart with a warm and inviting “Twitter City” experience at The Cosmopolitan Hotel complete with city blocks, scenic townhouses, billboards, a cinema, park, pizzeria, sports...

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July 6, 2017

Netflix Executes a Takeover of 200 Coffee Shops

When Netflix announced the “Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life” reboot nearly 10 years after the original “Gilmore Girls” series had concluded, super fans were chomping at the bit. To amplify that energy for the premiere, Netflix decided to recreate “Luke’s Diner,” the fictional hangout in the series, and then scale the pop-up strategy...

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