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February 25, 2020

Cruise Takes Cues from the Museum Space for its Origin Launch Event

The future of mobility is a complex subject, so for the launch of its autonomous production vehicle, Cruise Origin, Cruise turned to museum-style installations to introduce press and employees to the self-driving, all-electric vehicle. The event needed to illustrate that Cruise Origin is not a concept vehicle (it’s ready for production), and that it’s going...

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February 24, 2020

Covid-19 Cancellations, Venue Tactics and Health Safety Tips

MWC Barcelona was the catalyst, but a wave of event cancelations are being announced in real time as the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) continues to spread at an unprecedented rate. Many cancellations pertain to global shows like MWC and Cisco Live: Melbourne, but U.S. cancellations are also beginning to crop up as reports of how the...

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February 24, 2020

Research Shows Men and Women Navigate B-to-B Exhibitions Differently

Attendee motivation, learning objectives and perceived ROI of b-to-b exhibitions can vary depending on your gender, according to a b-to-b survey from the Center for Exhibition Industry Research (CEIR) “Gender Differences and Similarities.” The report, which polled b-to-b show organizers from a variety of industry sectors, offers a key takeaway: Whereas more women attend events...

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February 17, 2020

How the BudX Hotel Experience Delivered 1 Billion Impressions

Even for the King of Beers it was a tall order: 200 influencers from 20 countries, a hotel takeover and plans to earn one billion impressions amid one of the world’s largest sporting events. Yep, Budweiser went bold for Super Bowl LIV in Miami, producing one of the biggest integrated marketing and influencer-focused programs in...

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February 10, 2020

How to Think Like a Non-endemic Exhibitor: American Express at CES

Activating as a non-endemic brand at a trade show like CES brings with it the added challenge of demonstrating your relevance while rising above the crowded landscape. For the last three years, American Express has broken through by avoiding technology at the annual show for consumer electronics—instead, swooping in to be of service to attendees....

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