January Jig: Event Strategy #1

Have you ever attended an event and thought, “How did they do that?”, “Love that presenter!” or “I want to be part of a great event.” I’ll share a great post at 3pm that develops these comments and gets to the heart of “Why do I want to host-speak-sponsor-participate in an event?”

Events give you (and your cause) visibility! Networking boosts your connections at events as host, attendee, sponsor or speaker. Consider these keys:

  • Have a project management approach to your event: focus on goals, budget & timeline.
  • How do you want your attendees to feel while at your event?
  • A strategic & well-planned event can boost your ability to connect with people.
  • You can share your knowledge and establish you as an expert in your field.
  • Events give visibility to a cause or passion that you want other people to support.
  • Successfully promoted/managed events use a strategic combination of social media platforms and timing.
  • Consider which are the best events at which to host, speak, sponsor or network to increase your visibility.

Thanks to Idea Girl Media for a fabulous January Jig Event!!

Next Strategic Connections event (in Cincinnati): http://conta.cc/StrategicConnectionsEvent-Jan26

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About Consider It Dunn Strategic Connections
Consider It Dunn LLC is an Event and Marketing Strategy consultancy, focused on Strategic ConnectionsTM. With a passion for working with entrepreneurs and business professional and 20 years of marketing, sales, event strategy, networking, corporate and project management experience, we design strategies and execute programs where you increase your visibility through networking, speaking, sponsoring and partnering with your ideal connections at the best events. Connect with Intention | Advocate your Passion | Champion for Results Learn more about us at http://consideritdunnllc.com/index.php/about/

One Response to January Jig: Event Strategy #1

  1. Keri says:

    Mary Beth,

    I’m thrilled that you are a part of January Jig, and I’m excited about the opportunity to get to know you better!

    Your introduction video is terrific – Congratulations! The networking event within looked fun, productive — I even recognized the place and some faces… 🙂

    The one thing that you brought out that I applaud you for listing: Having a project management approach. Having also organized group events in the past, that’s the best tip for success, in my opinion. That’s 90% of what leads to, “how do I want the guests to feel?”

    Cincinnati is a bit more on my radar these days. I’m also wondering if there are ways we might collaborate in the future…

    Thank you for “Jigging” with me!