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Best Business Laptops for 2019
Nov 01, 2018 by
A great laptop can make or break workforce productivity. If employees are waiting for apps to load, processing to complete or require IT maintenance support often, your company could be on the losing side of efficiency. While the market is flooded with laptops, not all are created the same. The key factors to evaluate are power, battery life, features, and value. All of the ones listed below, except the MacBook Pro, natively run Windows 10 Professional version. As you look ahead to 2019, w...
Considering an LED Video Wall? Five Things to Think About
Oct 18, 2018 by
Whether in trade shows, installations and events, stadiums and convention centers, or churches and houses of worship, you’ve probably seen some futuristic, jaw-dropping LED video walls popping up over the past few years. This cutting-edge display technology is becoming more common, and investing in video walls for your organization or event is a savvy way to enhance your aesthetics, production value, and “wow” factor instantly. Like any AV technology, when you choose an LED video wall, ...
Trade Show Technology – Trends and Success Tips
Nov 03, 2015 by
If you are involved with any aspects of trade shows or similar events, you may feel as if things are changing at such a fast pace that it’s hard to even catch your breath, much less capitalize on some of the trends. But rather then fear the blinding speed with which the Internet and trade show technology is evolving, you can use these trends to your advantage by learning how to incorporate technology in ways that support your needs and goals, improve client communication, and boost your ROI. ...
What is Your Event’s Publicity Plan? Here are 6 Tips from PR Pros
Mar 14, 2014 by
What makes one event garner more photographers, media and bloggers than another? A well thought out publicity plan.  BizBash's Alesandra Dubin set out to determine what the difference makers are when it comes to event planning. Here are six things you can do before and during your grand opening, product launch or other meaningful event  that will keep the media begging for more. BEFORE YOUR EVENT Think Like the Media.  If you were a reporter that was presented with hundreds of stor...
7 Solid Ways Presenters can Talk Like TED
Mar 10, 2014 by
Technology, Design, Entertainment, or TED for short, hit its 30th anniversary in March. This highly sought after conference has hosted individuals from Bill Gates to an unknown 13-year-old African boy. It usually sells out in days after registration opens. And unlike any other conference I know of, it has the same rules of engagement from the highest ranking celebrity to the most obscure speaker. Carmine Gallo, Author of Talk Like TED, analyzed 500 TED talks and interviewed TED speakers ...
Thank You
Sep 23, 2013 by
Thank you for requesting AV Event Solutions eBook "How to Incorporate New Tools and Technologies into Events and Tradeshows." We will be sending you an email with a link to download our free eBook. If you want to start saving money, time and the environment using new technology for your next meeting, please use the link below: DOWNLOAD FREE eBook NOW Other information you may be interested in: Understanding Au...
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Aug 29, 2013 by
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3 Little Words That Can Kill Your Meeting and What to do About Them
May 22, 2013 by
I don't think most meeting planners equate their words as power statements -- but they are. Because you often are the "go-to" person for attendees, sponsors, venues and exhibitors, it is important that the following words be banned and replaced with more positive statements in order to keep your meetings thriving and growing.  Here are the words, what they mean to the recipient and the replacement statements that can work in your favor. "Never."  W...
The Millennial Generation: Four Things You Should Know to Attract Them to Your Meeting
May 20, 2013 by
The Millennial Generation, or commonly referred to as "Gen Y" consists of individuals born between 1980 - 1995 (ages 18 to 33 years old). This is the group of individuals most business organizations are focused on because they will be running our corporations, government entities and meetings in a few years.  PwC, in conjunction with the University of Southern California and London Business School, conducted a global generational study of 1,000 Millennials from 18 gl...
Want to Keep Your Employees Happy? Throw Them an Appreciation Event!
May 17, 2013 by
As the summer heats up, an employee appreciation event is a great way to get everyone together in a social, casual setting. Whether you host a company picnic on your grounds or you have a networking reception at a local restaurant, getting employees together in a non-work setting, shows them your organization cares and is willing to go the extra mile.  Appreciation events have been shown to improve employee loyalty, reduce attrition and create or maintain a positive work environ...

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