B-to-C Events

B-to-C Events

December 9, 2019

How Personal Care Brands are Inviting Consumers to Reject Stigmas Through Events

Advertising campaigns for personal care brands, especially the ones consumers use behind closed doors, often focus on helping consumers hide an issue rather than confront it. But a collection of brands this year capitalized on relatability—and an event program—to create irreverent, funny and honest campaigns that confidently told consumers in person: We get you, and others...

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December 9, 2019

Reebok’s ComplexCon Booth Sends Attendees to an Ice Cream Shop on the Moon

Exclusive merchandise is what draws attendees to ComplexCon Long Beach each year, so it makes sense that many sponsors design their booths to push product. But with a young demographic to engage and plenty of downtime during the convention, Reebok this year went all-in on the experiential components of its booth in addition to offering...

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December 9, 2019

Event Safety: How the Industry is Addressing Heightened Security Risks

Event safety protocols have always been a priority for event marketers. But in the past couple of years, incidents involving active shooters have presented a new, sobering reality for marketers responsible for planning group gatherings. This heightened threat has led to new training and updated event safety plans to ensure that staff, clients and attendees...

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December 2, 2019

Full Coverage: The 2019 Experience Design & Technology Awards

Recognizing the best use of design, social media and technology to enhance live experiences There is a bright and booming economy to celebrate with this year’s crop of Experience Design & Technology Awards winners. Behind every winning program are partners, tradespeople, technologists, logistics gurus, architects and creatives, who, with their collective powers, build the stuff...

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December 2, 2019

With a Secret Password, New Yorkers Unlock a Netflix Takeover of Little Italy

The film “The Irishman,” which began streaming on Netflix on Nov. 27, explores organized crime in America following World War II and the disappearance of union boss Jimmy Hoffa. Directed by Martin Scorsese and starring Robert De Niro, Al Pacino and Joe Pesci, the film spans decades, but as part of a buzz-building campaign the...

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