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July 22, 2010

The Army and Air Force Score Leads

Every event marketer knows that lead qualification starts with data collection, but collecting the right data makes all the difference. Unfortunately, ticking off an “interested in more information” box on an exit survey is easy to do, and thereafter also easy to forget. Instead, what if it were possible to track attendees’ exact behavior at...

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July 16, 2010

The State of Solar Vehicles

Unlike the permanent panels that are placed on residential rooftops, event marketers often have to set up and tear down solar panels at their events. One way to minimize the labor is to put the panels on top of a touring vehicle to collect energy during the drive.  Captured solar power eliminates the need for...

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July 7, 2010

The Hybrid Effect

Cisco’s flagship annual customer conference has been a pillar of its portfolio for 20 years, but nothing rocked its foundation like the economic recession of 2009. Founded in 1984, the San Jose, CA-based maker of networking hardware and software had weathered the dot-com boom and bust with relative ease, but for the first time in...

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July 6, 2010

HP Event Offers Customers Payback

As part of its HP LaserJet Pays You Back global marketing campaign, entrepreneur and heiress Ivanka Trump and “The Apprentice” winner Bill Rancic on June 24 hosted an HP Payback event in New York City.  

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July 6, 2010

Digital Staffing with Mountain Dew, Samsung

Like everything else (or so it seems) in event marketing, brand ambassadors are going digital. Now, it’s no longer enough that these brand reps be outgoing, articulate, approachable, nice-looking and match a target demo. Today’s brand ambassadors are all that, plus they are tapped into a network of online friends and fans that they are...

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