How do first-party data and event technology fit into your organization?
Recorded on: September 21, 2022 - 1:00 PM
Maximize the potential of event data for months past the actual event. For most organizations, event technology is chosen by the meetings and events department based on traditional functionality. But what about the data?
Understanding how to integrate existing data such as membership or past event participants is critical to the user experience. Then, creating the roadmap to activate the data is transformational. While an event may only last a couple of days, the opportunity to engage your audience post-event will develop into organizational growth.
Join us for this webinar to discover why it’s essential to involve other departments in your event technology stack and to develop roadmaps on how to integrate applications and data across departments properly. It is time to fully maximize the potential and power of all the collected data.
Join Rob Haas as he shares his top tips.
- Leverage your first-party data to grow the event
- The benefits of integrating event technology into your organization’s tech stack
- Critical factors to consider before integration
- Ideas on how to maximize engagement post-event
Who should attend:
- Executive Director/CEO
- Membership Team Members
- Meetings/Conference Team Members
- Meeting and Conference Planners
- Chief Technology Officers (CTOs)
- Chief Information Officers (CIOs)
- IT Directors
- Marketing Directors
- Membership Directors
Rob brings over 20 years of experience in B2C and B2B publishing, leading cross-functional sales, marketing, product development, and technology teams. His passion is to develop customer-centric solutions that leverage a data-driven, digital-first mindset. A self-proclaimed MarTech geek, Rob continuously tests cutting-edge technologies to keep a pulse on best-in-class solutions. Before launching Sphere Data Solutions Group and LeadTrieve, Rob was most recently the Chief Technology Officer for PCMA.
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EVA is a CAE Approved Provider. This webinar meets the requirements for fulfilling the professional development requirements to earn or maintain the Certified Association Executive credential. This session falls under the domain “Business Development – Meetings and Events” and qualifies for 0.5 CAE Credit toward your CAE application or renewal professional development requirements.
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EVA makes meeting and learning online easy, productive, and memorable with the latest event technology tools. We have learned a lot throughout our journey and would love to share the best practices and lessons with event and meeting planners. Our webinars provide you with the right set of “event tools” in the form of tips, recommendations, and lessons learned to optimize your event experience further and cater to a wider audience.