Unique Sponsorship Experiences for Your Next Event

Nzinga White In the Industry Leave a Comment

Expectations have never been higher for engaging conferences, and this includes conference sponsorships. Both attendees and sponsors are looking for unique and meaningful opportunities to engage with each other at your event. Take your conference further by straying away from “recognition during opening remarks” or “logo on conference program” and …

How to Write a Social Media Policy for Your Organization

Redstone Best Practices, Tips N Tricks Leave a Comment

  We all know and understand the importance of having a strong social media presence.  What we might not readily understand or acknowledge are the risks associated with using these platforms to pursue growth opportunities.  After all, with great power comes great responsibility. When building a brand, the preservation of …

Gamification: Embracing Technology at you Next Event

Shayna Asgill Technology Leave a Comment

Engaging attendees is becoming increasingly challenging and gamification is a solution to this problem. The popularity of games has been increasing year to year, from Candy Crush to Fortnite. Most recently, Redstone incorporated this event technology at a Conference which contributed to increased attendee engagement and networking opportunities. “Gamification is …

Reinventing Panel Discussions

Maddy Marchildon In the Industry, Tips N Tricks Leave a Comment

Redstone is looking forward to learning more about panel formats and education sessions at IncentiveWorks and the Connect Marketplace Conference which we will be attending this month. We have been experimenting with, and seeing new formats over the past few months that have discussed how to reinvent the way panel discussions …

How to Help Your Event Newbs: Tips for Helping First-time Attendees Build Relationships Before an Event

Maddy Marchildon In the Industry, Tips N Tricks Leave a Comment

Originally featured on Corporate Meetings Network in September 2016. Most of us can relate to being the new person in some form or another. A first-time attendee, a new member, being the only staffer from your company attending an event, etc. awkwardly sipping your drink while you look around the …

Volunteer Engagement: Eight Tips for Creating a Good Time Onsite

Maddy Marchildon Tips N Tricks Leave a Comment

Originally featured on Corporate Meetings Network in September 2016. Working in the not-for-profit management world, we simply could not operate within the organizations we work with without volunteers. Giving your volunteers a great onsite experience by keeping them engaged and happy at your events is one way to recognize and …