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Although considered to an important extent when talking about wedding fashion, in the past, bridesmaid dresses were not worn for fun.     Bridesmaids did not just slay in bridesmaid dresses beside the bridal dress, they performed some duties that were risky, and life threatening then.     Today, it is all slaying in whatever color (the peach color, coral color, gold, yellow, purple, or pink color) that complemented the wedding gowns.     ...

Although considered to an important extent when talking about wedding fashion, in the past, bridesmaid dresses were not worn for fun.

 

 

Bridesmaids did not just slay in bridesmaid dresses beside the bridal dress, they performed some duties that were risky, and life threatening then.

 

 

Today, it is all slaying in whatever color (the peach color, coral color, gold, yellow, purple, or pink color) that complemented the wedding gowns.

 

 

Isn’t it fashionable today when bridesmaid slay in the same color and style? How about I tell you some history of how bridesmaid of a thing started?

 

 

At a point in time, we all take a pause, reflect and wonder why things are the way they are. Why do people add bridesmaids to their wedding plans? Isn’t it extra cost? Is it even compulsory?

 

 

Ready?

 

 

Historically, it all started with a cheated cheater, a scammed scammer who married two wives, at different times, through deceit and on both occasions.

 

 

The wives had a handmaid to follow them, hence, the birth of bridesmaids and bridesmaid dresses… (they did not follow naked na).

 

 

The duties attached to bridesmaid dresses arose from this biblical history although unlike “handmaid” then, bridesmaid is more sophisticated title and is bestowed on a peer not a mere servant.

 

 

Later on, bridesmaid dresses were not worn to just follow brides in their wedding gowns and attend or assist them but as a symbol to lay down your life for the bride if need be.

 

 

Whew! Frightening, right? But true.

 

 

Bridesmaid dresses were the exact replica of the bridal dress and worn by a number of people as determined by the bride and her family.

 

 

The replication worn was said to “confuse jealous suitors, highway men, and demonic spirits”…how horrifying!

 

 

Fast forward to the 20th century…..bridesmaid dresses 2017, 2018, and now 2019, things have really changed.

 

 

Today, with laws that have been in place for some time with no plans of leaving, bridesmaid dresses are worn with less fear but with more slay swags.

 

 

When you talk about bridesmaids dresses in Nigeria today, (from mermaid wedding dresses to sleeveless short gowns) you’ll agree that these beautiful chick slay the dresses themselves.

 

 

Latest Bridesmaid Dresses In Nigeria 2019

Weddings can be one of the money consuming parties we know or reunion in disguise for some, a party that is said to be for the bride and groom but in actual fact, for the parents (most especially the bride’s mother).

 

 

Talk about Nigerian clothing, you’ll agree with me that dresses for bridesmaid claims a huge part of this industry.

 

 

Slaying in the latest fashion and style trends, bridesmaid dresses were the exact replica of the bride’s dress and worn by a number of young ladies, as decided by the bride or her family.

 

 

The makeup of these young ladies were also said to be a replica of the brides makeup; all these were said to be done, according to a mythical fact (if there is ever a word like this), to deceive or confuse the wicked minds of a jealous suitor, thieves, etc…

 

 

Fast forward to the 2,000s…whew! What a relief! Today with laws in place for some time now that they are not budging an inch yet.

 

 

The Different Types of Bridesmaids

There are different types of bridesmaids although they can wear the same dress with a detail or two setting each class apart but they still have different titles.

 

 

We are quite familiar with the chief bridesmaid, maid of honor but rarely the junior bridesmaid. I will patiently tell you about these three.

 

 

Junior Bridesmaid

The junior bridesmaid is not of matrimonial or marriageable age but is included in the bridal train to wear one of the bridesmaid dresses.

 

 

This act or invitation to join the train is to honor somebody.

 

 

Remember how your cousin included you, barely a teen, in her bridal train just to please your mum that said you are available or show appreciation to that huge donation made to the wedding…you will totally get this if you are a Nigerian.

 

 

Chief Bridesmaid

The chief bridesmaid or maid of honor or matron of honor mean the same thing just that the titles are used differently.

 

 

Well you see, it is typical to see a best friend or a sister or family member “besting” a bride at the wedding.

 

 

In some rare cases, someone is rented to best the bride; that is how bad it is for some people, what a pity!

 

 

All the same, the person besting the bride is called chief bridesmaid or maid of honor. You can easily identify them as the color and / or style of their bridesmaid dresses is different from others but they are on the train.

 

 

If she is married and is the best lady then she is referred to as matron of honor.

 

 

6 Bridal Dresses Colors That Rock

Thanks to Queen Victoria and Prince Albert’s 1840 wedding that dragged in a change that was the evolution of wedding fashion in different hues of glory.

 

 

With a long lasting reference to how bright her bridesmaid dress stood out, different shades of colors have been featured on bridesmaid dresses.

 

 

Dump the idea of the bridesmaid outfit must be ugly…argh…such insecurity…well, y’all know you do not want to outshine the bride and groom when you are not Ebuka (kidding)

 

 

All colors are beautiful but some colors are more beautiful and are the best for bridesmaid dresses. Interestingly, you can rock any of these colors with top Nigerian hairstyles.

…drumroll…

 

 

1. Peach Color Bridesmaid Dresses

Generally speaking peach is just a very light tint of orange or red-orange.

 

 

Ladies sha, na dem sabi all the colors. Leave this to guys and they’ll tell you all they see is whitish pinkish orange (lol, if there’s anything like that anyway)

 

 

2. Purple Bridesmaid Dresses Color

Purple is a low arousal color. It is traditionally associated with royalty, majesty or nobility as well as having a spiritual or mysterious quality.

 

 

Darker shades of purple often represent luxury or opulence while lighter lavender shades are quite feminine, sentimental and even nostalgic.

 

 

3. Pink Color

Pink is a color of sensitivity; the passion of red combined with the purity of white create this color associated with love, tranquility and femininity.

 

 

Bridal train dresses in this color are attention grabbing.

 

 

4. Yellow Color

Quick fact: Yellow grabs attention because the eyes sees yellow first. Yellow is a color of optimism.

 

 

It is a compelling color that conveys youthful, fresh energy; associated with success and confidence

 

 

5. Coral Bridesmaid Dresses

 

 

6. Sequin Bridesmaid Dresses

 

 

Long Bridesmaid Dresses With Sleeves

Bridesmaid dresses could be long, sweeping the nation clean or maxi.

 

 

The point is bridesmaids can still slay in long dresses with sleeves especially those getting married in a stricter environment.

 

 

Bridesmaid Dresses Short Styles

Yes, brides’ maid can slay in different styles; short dress styles inclusive.

 

 

Flower Girl Dresses

The flower girl is a bold little girl, within the age range of 4 – 9 years that throws flower petals on the floor from her basket while walking down the aisle before the bride during a wedding procession.

 

 

Unlike the junior bridesmaid who wears one of the bridesmaid dresses, a flower girl is not mandated to wear an exact replica of the bride’s dress.

 

 

The presence of a flower girl at the wedding exudes cuteness and innocence that tilts the corners of the lips of everyone present.

 

 

The flower girl is said to symbolize the “fading away of innocence and the responsibilities of a wife and mother”.

https://www.oasdom.com/latest-bridesmaid-dresses-nigeria/

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Running Successful Art Shows

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Art fairs were once revolutionary. Dozens of artists selling their relatively affordable work to the public under one roof. Today, the art fair is one of the most traditional ways of selling art. In our recent post on the 5 Main Options to Sell Your Art, we noted that art fairs provide you with an easy way to get in front of new potential customers quickly, as well as validate that your art will sell to complete strangers. But, as a result of the exploding online art market, there are also gr...

Art fairs were once revolutionary. Dozens of artists selling their relatively affordable work to the public under one roof. Today, the art fair is one of the most traditional ways of selling art. In our recent post on the 5 Main Options to Sell Your Art, we noted that art fairs provide you with an easy way to get in front of new potential customers quickly, as well as validate that your art will sell to complete strangers. But, as a result of the exploding online art market, there are also growing negatives to art fairs. They take a significant amount of time to travel to, not to mention the time you’ll spend setting up and tearing down.

 

 

You need physical inventory to populate your booth – something that isn’t an issue when selling online. And finally, you’re putting your work in front of strangers that will have a huge variety of tastes and interests when it comes to buying art. Because of this, art fair audiences will generally be poorly qualified to buy your art – only a few attendees will likely be in your target audience, and that means sales are tough to come by.

 

 

Fortunately, there are several things you can do to make the most of art shows that will help you not only avoid some of these negatives, but come away from the show with a win – even if you don’t sell a single piece, let’s get into 11 of our favorite tips for a successful art show!

 

 

1. Come prepared with the right equipment

Once you’ve been accepted into an art show, do a little bit of research to make sure you’ll meet the requirements for showcasing your work at the event. For outdoor events, that’ll typically mean having a tent with certain features, the most common of which include: Walls, to create obvious partitions between display spaces
 Weights, to safely secure the tent from gusts of wind, White fabric, for when the event requires it. Not all events will require all of these features. Some festivals may not care whether your tent is white. But to ensure you have access to the most fairs possible, we recommend picking up a tent that fits ALL of these possibly specifications.

 

 

 You can occasionally find good deals on used tents on Craigslist and eBay, or pick one up new at your local home improvement store (i.e.: Home Depot) or even on Amazon for fast shipping. For indoor events, you may be required to bring a table cloth to protect the floor of the event space. Inside your display space, we recommend hanging your art against a black background. This will make your work pop out as much as possible. Finally, be sure to have relevant documents on-hand i.e.: license, insurance, and sales tax ID.

 

 

2. Use the Fishbowl Technique to Collect Leads

Making sales isn’t the only way to “win” at an art show. The vast majority of your eventual customers will not make a purchase during the first interaction they have with you. If 100 people stop by your booth at a show, and only 5 make a purchase, a key question to ask yourself is: what can I do to turn those other 95 people into a win? The answer is the Fishbowl Technique.You’ve probably seen this strategy in the past – “drop your business card in the bowl for a chance to win a free print”.

 

 

 Or perhaps you’ve seen it as a newsletter sign-up list. What you want here is email addresses. Most of your future customers are just going to need time to get to know you and your work better before they’re willing to make a purchase. You want to be able to reach them and show them more of what you do. We call this Romance Marketing. If you get half of those 95 non-buyers to leave their email address, you’ve got nearly 50 new contacts to your list to market to! That is a valuable win, and it didn’t involve selling art on the spot.

 

 

3. Email your new leads after the show

This is when the Fishbowl Technique becomes especially powerful. Don’t just let those new email addresses sit on your list until you send your next email a week or two down the line. Reach out to them immediately with a greeting and/or an offer while they still remember who you are.

 

 

4. Accept credit cards

Improving your sales is all about removing friction – those pesky pain points that stop potential patrons from completing a sale. Minimizing friction at your booth is as simple as providing your visitors with as many options as possible, and these next two tips deal with that.

 

 

Accepting credit cards has become a nearly universal expectation – subsequently, only accepting cash will severely limit your income potential from art fairs.We recommend picking up a Square Card Reader – it is probably the easiest and most common way to accept credit cards from your mobile device or tablet, and it is FREE. Their fees are currently 2.75% per swiped transaction and 3.5% + 15 cents for manually-entered transactions.

 

 

5. Offer drop shipping

Drop shipping is important to offer because it solves a few key pain points in the art fair process. You don’t have to estimate how many prints you’ll sell. Just bring and hang a single print of each of the pieces you want to sell. Or, bring a small allotment of prints of your best sellers if you still want to have a few prints on-location as a back-up. Your customers don’t have to carry their purchase around with them for the rest of the day. This one is big. Many art show visitors, especially outdoor fairs, are just passing through – they’re browsers. If one of them happens to make an emotional connection with your work on the spot, you’ll greatly improve your chances at closing the sale if you’re able to say “No worries, I’ll set up an order on my tablet here and the print will be delivered to your house for free in a few days.” You get their email address. This is a critical step in turning your first time buyers into repeat buyers. With this technique, you can sell anytime, anywhere.

 

 

 We interviewed fine artist Bill Stidham on this episode of the Art Marketing Podcast on how he’s set up shop in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, and drop ships his work to American tourists that come into his gallery. When the customer gets home from their vacation, the print is there waiting for them. Plus, through the Art Storefronts’ “wholesale purchasing” feature, he isn’t charged a transaction fee. All together, it’s an easy way to streamline your shipping processes and add some sophistication to your business that’ll set you apart from the competition.

 

 

6. Bring a tablet to show off the user experience you offer on your Online Art Gallery.

Without a proper art gallery website, your success at art fairs will be limited to the fair itself. Running your own art gallery, online, is the key to building your audience and customer base from all of those interactions you have at the show. With a properly optimized art gallery website you’re able to offer a compelling buying experience that your booth visitors will actually want to use when they get home. Use a tablet to show them your Wall Preview Tool, your Live Framing Tool, and even up-sell them on a multi-panel art wall.

 

 

7. Be approachable!

Next time you walk through an art show, take notice of the other artists. How many are attentive and engaging with browsers? How many are sitting on a stool looking bored? Art is sold when the buyer feels an emotional connection with your subject matter, and being an approachable and personable advocate of your art can go long way in creating that.

 

 

8. Practice your elevator pitch

This goes hand in hand with the previous tip. Part of being personable is knowing how to answer those dreaded questions, “What kind of art do you make? What inspires you? How would you describe your work?”

 

 

These are tough questions to answer, but you have a huge advantage in knowing that they are coming. Spend some time thinking about how to answer these challenging questions ahead of time so that you don’t miss out on the opportunity to make a connection with a booth visitor that’s expressing some interest in what you do.

 

 

9. Properly label all of your artwork

Once again the name of the game is reducing friction – making it easy to buy from you. One way to do that is to be proactive about answering questions browsers may have.

 

 

Questions like:

 

 

These are all questions that you can and should answer via an information tag on each and every piece you display.

 

 

10. Offer a range of price points

You’ll often come across a buyer that falls in love with your style, but either can’t afford or isn’t willing to buy a full print just yet. Getting a large sale becomes exponentially easier if you get them to take a chance on you with a smaller sale.

 

 

What lower price point items are you offering? Calendars are king in this space, so we built an interactive art calendar product type right into our software, but other popular items include coasters, postcards, and coffee table art books.

 

 

11. Do something live at your booth to attract attention

Take your booth to the next level by working on your art in front of an audience. Showing the process behind the art is one of the best reasons to be posting Instagram Stories regularly, and a live painting demonstration is an even better version of that idea. By humanizing the art right in front of their eyes, you’re making it easier than ever for passersby to become new fans of your work.

https://blog.artstorefronts.com/art-show-tips/

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How To Use Social Media To Win At Trade Shows

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Whether you find it exciting or confusing, there’s one thing that’s for sure – social media and trade show marketing go hand in hand. Social media at trade shows is a reality that is unlikely to change in the foreseeable future. Social media is no longer just “that thing that kids do on the computer.” What once was simply a place where college students would hang out online is now a digital world  the majority of the global population uses to interact, socia...

Whether you find it exciting or confusing, there’s one thing that’s for sure – social media and trade show marketing go hand in hand. Social media at trade shows is a reality that is unlikely to change in the foreseeable future. Social media is no longer just “that thing that kids do on the computer.” What once was simply a place where college students would hang out online is now a digital world  the majority of the global population uses to interact, socialize, learn and be entertained.

 

 

 Over the last several years, trade show exhibitors have begun to successfully turn to social media platforms to promote their exhibits before, during and after a trade show. With dozens of social media channels available and so many exhibitors competing for attention, using social media to your advantage can be tricky. Effective social media marketing for your  trade show exhibit doesn’t have to be complicated however. In this post, we will provide everything you need to know to navigate the world of social media and use it to boost your trade show booth traffic.

 

 

1. The Benefit of Social Media for Trade Shows

Social media allows businesses to market towards mass audiences  they never could reach previously. Today, most of the world owns a social media account of some type. Facebook for example, has over 2.2 billion users, and over 1 billion people watch videos on YouTube each month. Social platforms have become tools that consumers depend on – with the majority of users signing into their accounts multiple times per day. For trade show exhibitors, social media is one of the most cost effective ways to make a strong statement while promoting a business, a product, or a brand. A strong social media campaign can benefit your business during a trade show by:

 

 

There is also one major downfall to not being visible on social media. Likely, your trade show competitors will be doing some type of social media marketing – your absence on social media makes it much easier for them to attract all of the customers!

 

 

2. What Social Media Platforms Should You Use?

There are many social media platforms out there, and it seems that a new one pops up every few months! However, not every platform is right for every business. The social media platforms you should focus on are the ones that your target audience use most. The best strategy isn’t simply just the one that attracts the most people – it’s the one that attracts the most potential customers. Instead of trying to use every social media platform out there, focus on a few that really provide the the best ROI. Here are some popular social media platforms that exhibitors are using currently, and some extremely effective ways they are taking advantage of these platforms.

 

 

FourSquare

FourSquare is a social network that is completely devoted to locations. On this platform, users can “check in” when they are at a particular location; broadcasting to the world exactly what they are doing at that specific moment. For exhibitors, FourSquare has proven to be perfect for attracting people to trade show booths. Here are a couple ways that exhibitors use FourSquare effectively:

 

 

Facebook

Facebook is the king of social networks with over 2.2 billion users around the world. Since most of the world is on Facebook, it’s likely you already have a page set up. Facebook is a great platform for businesses to promote their trade show exhibit to a large number of users. Trade show exhibitors have successfully used Facebook to promote their display or business by:

 

 

In 2017, the Global Pet Expo began implementing social media to market and draw attention to the entire show. One marketing strategy that was extremely successful was the implementation of Facebook Live. Organizers of the show hosted several 10-minute Facebook Live broadcasts during each of the three days of the show. This year, they are planning to add custom Snapchat filters; hoping to add an element of fun to attendees’ posts. In the same way that entire shows are now using Facebook to market events – your business should also be using the platform to draw anticipation to your trade show booth.

 

 

Twitter

Twitter is a super simple platform that allows users to share message in 140-character posts. The platform uses symbols to make information sharing easy. For example, @username targets a message to a particular user, while #Hashtag allows users to track discussions on a particular topic. Exhibitors have used Twitter to:

 

 

YouTube

YouTube is the most popular online video-sharing platform, with over a billion active users watching videos each month. This platform allows users to easily upload videos and share them across other social platforms. One way exhibitors have used this platform to their advantage is by recording video during the show on their mobile phone and uploading it instantly to their profile. They also use YouTube to broadcast important events such as announcements, conferences, demonstrations, or other public activities.

 

 

3.Promoting Your Exhibit With Social Media

Without a doubt, your business will benefit greatly from implementing a great social media strategy. Like any other marketing effort, your social media campaign needs to be meticulously planned; it’s not something that can simply be made up as you go along. Proper social media promotion has a long term effect – it’s not only effective during the show, but can also be used to drive attention to your brand before and after the show.

 

 

4. What To Do Before The Show

Weeks before the show begins, you should start showcasing your business’ upcoming trade show participation. Here’s are some strategies that any business can use to maximize their social media potential for an upcoming show:

 

 

5. Promoting on Social Media During The Show

During the show, you can use social media to attract show visitors to your exhibit. Visitors often use social media on their smartphones as they are navigating through a trade show; and if you can reach them while they are at the show, you will drastically improve your chances of getting them into your booth.

 

 

6. Marketing Through Social Media After The Show

Shows may end, but social media allows us to connect with show attendees even long after the end of the show. A few of the most effective ways of doing so is to:

 

 

7. Making The Most Of Your Social Media Campaign

The key to making social media work for your trade show is to be consistent and patient. Like any marketing effort, creating the perfect strategy is a trial-and-error experience. If one effort doesn’t pan out the way you thought it would, figure out why it didn’t work, and move on to the next. As you optimize your social media campaign, you will find that focusing on social media can have a tremendous benefit for attracting traffic to your booth.

 

 

Here’s the caveat – once you attract consumers, you want to send them to a booth or a display that really blows them away.

https://american-image.com/how-to-use-social-media-to-win-at-trade-shows/

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2020 South-West Regional e-Commerce Summit & Expo

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Innovation Kitchen: Impact through innovation At the summit & expo you will learn about internal organization, gather insights on how to scale up your business, improve your marketing and consumer satisfaction strategies, attract investors and funding or take your company to new markets.     Learn about the latest technologies trends and business models Interact with the ecosystem to embrace innovation The importance of innovation in creating prosperity in an ...

Innovation Kitchen: Impact through innovation

At the summit & expo you will learn about internal organization, gather insights on how to scale up your business, improve your marketing and consumer satisfaction strategies, attract investors and funding or take your company to new markets.

 

 

 

 

One of the things that people don't understand is that markets are creations. They are not something which we can just find. A market has to be created (Ronald Coase).

 

 

In Ibadan we will experience the summit & expo in March. You are invited to join over 30 speakers delivering 40+ hours of content across 24+ sessions.

 

 

For further information visit our website at info@innovationkitchen.com.ng

 

 

Why attend the 2020 South-West Regional e-Commerce Summit & Expo

To help independent organizations, entrepreneurs and individuals make strategic progress.

 

 

In 2018, hundreds of the regions smartest entrepreneurs descended on Ibadan

 

 

Organizer: Francis Madojemu

 

 

Location: NuStreams Conference & Culture Centre, Abeokuta Road, Alalubosa GRA, Ibadan, Oyo, Nigeria

 

 

Start Date: Monday 23rd March, 2020

 

 

End Date: Wednesday 25th March, 2020

 

 

Time: 9AM - 5PM

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How to Plan an Event

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It’s panic time. Your boss has tapped you to plan an event. Your company doesn’t have an event team, so it’s all on you.     Don’t worry. You can totally do this. And we’re here to help. This eight-step guide on how to plan an event has everything you need to get started.     Follow it—and invest heavily in event management software—and you should come out of this with an event that leaves your attendees already R...

It’s panic time. Your boss has tapped you to plan an event. Your company doesn’t have an event team, so it’s all on you.

 

 

Don’t worry. You can totally do this. And we’re here to help. This eight-step guide on how to plan an event has everything you need to get started.

 

 

Follow it—and invest heavily in event management software—and you should come out of this with an event that leaves your attendees already RSVP’ing for your next one.

 

 

1. Figure out your goals and timeline for the event

Planning an event is a massive undertaking. Before you get too far into it, think about why you want to host it. Are you looking to grow your customer base? Drive sales revenue? Educate customers? Recruit new employees?

 

 

2. Establish your budget

It’s the least glamorous part of the whole shebang, but you’ve got to figure out how you’re paying for all the fun stuff (food, speakers, swag, confetti canons). Events can, after all, get pretty pricey.

 

 

3. Find your venue

If you’re throwing a larger event, you’ll have to select the city you’re planning on hosting in. If you’re throwing a smaller, local event, that’s less of a concern. Regardless, plan an event that’s easily accessible to the majority of your consumers, leads, and target audience.

 

 

Once the general location is set, it’s time to pick the specific venue.

 

 

4. Select your tech

There’s a lot of software out there. Some of it will be helpful for your event, and some of it might help with future events.

 

 

5. Find your partners and vendors

Depending on the venue you choose, they might offer specials or have their own in-house caterers and A/V offerings. If you can’t bring in outside vendors, you should check to see if they offer any particular deals you can take advantage of (for example, they might offer deals for nonprofits or discounts if you meet a certain attendee threshold).

 

 

6. Figure out your main attraction

What is it that’s going to get people to attend your event?

 

 

Maybe it’s the subject matter, maybe it’s the speakers. It depends on the event, and more than that, it depends on your attendees.

 

 

Think about your audience. What’s going to get them excited? What’s going to motivate them?

 

 

7. Build out your marketing campaign

You want to get folks in those seats? This is the step that does that.

 

 

You need to develop a singular vision for your event theme and build your marketing campaign around that. Your theme should be tied to the goals you set out at the beginning, and the audience you’re after.

 

 

From there, you’ll need to engage as many channels as your marketing team has at their disposal. Beyond email marketing, content marketing, ad buys, and social media marketing, you should reach out to those who have RSVP’d early to see if they will promote the event on social media.

 

 

8. Develop a plan to build on your new relationships with attendees

The event hasn’t even happened yet, but you should already think beyond it as part of the planning process.

 

 

You need to have a plan in place to grow the relationships the event generates.

 

 

At the event, lay the groundwork for a future relationship by offering lots of free swag with your company’s information on it (e.g., pens, magnets, binders, totes, etc.).

 

 

This way, after the event, people will still have your company at the forefront of their minds every time they go to open the fridge or bag their groceries.

https://blog.capterra.com/how-to-plan-an-event-a-10-step-guide/

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4 days ago

NuStreams Conference & Culture Centre,

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At NuStreams Conference Centre, we believe giving your guests a memorable event experience is vital.     Visit us today @NuStreams Conference & Culture Centre,     110 Ibadan Abeokuta Road,     Off Alalubosa GRA/Ibadan.

At NuStreams Conference Centre, we believe giving your guests a memorable event experience is vital.

 

 

Visit us today @NuStreams Conference & Culture Centre,

 

 

110 Ibadan Abeokuta Road,

 

 

Off Alalubosa GRA/Ibadan.

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