Tweet Roundup: #Eventprofs on Twitter
Happy Monday event profs! It’s the first day of spring and International Happiness Day - what could make this Monday even better? Our Tweet roundup, of course.
A Twitter roundup packed with our favourite tweets from event professionals this past week, we bring you the best of our Twitter timeline. This week we’re talking how easy live steaming can be for events, how our acts got on at an event this week, new London venues, and the amazing activations that have happened at SXSW this year. Enjoy!
Live streaming events
The dawn of virtual events - your audience can be from anywhere in the world, geographical constraints no longer apply. But with this new ability to reach a remote audience comes new challenges about achieving event success. Here are 7 incredibly useful tips about how to plan for a successful virtual event.
— AIM Group Int (@AIMGroupInt) March 17, 2017
Goodwood gets LED performance
Our fabulous LED ballerinas performed over the weekend and we’re glad to say that they had a fab time - don’t they look stunning!
— Charise Renouf (@chariserenouf) March 19, 2017
New London Venues
We love this incredible new London venue! Set in a beautiful historic building in Farringdon, The Postal Museum and Mail Rail is a unique subterranean event space that includes a ride that can take event attendees on a journey through London underground’s secret tunnels. A blank canvas, the venue is an event planner’s dream and is brilliantly versatile.
— LOVE London Venues (@LoveVenues) March 19, 2017
SXSW - what we all learnt
So much has been going on at SXSW this year in terms of brand activations - from National Geographic’s immersive ‘Further Base Camp’ to Amazon Prime’s secret radio take over. An event filled with inspiration when it comes to immersive experiences, we love Freeman XP’s roundup of 10 important takeaways from the event for event marketers - we can all learn a lot!
— FreemanXP (@FXP_EMEA) March 20, 2017
The happiest Monday of the year!
Happy international day of happiness! We all know that we should be practising compassion, mindfulness and acts of kindness on a daily basis so we love that this Monday - notoriously the most dreaded day of the week - is international day of happiness, a great way for everyone to start off their weeks and begin as they mean to go on.
— Wellspring House (@HouseWellspring) March 20, 2017