BizBash Media, Inc.

BizBash Media, Inc.
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Founded in 2000, BizBash is the only editorial brand that takes event and meeting style seriously. We cover events of all sizes and types throughout North America, providing planners with the information, innovation, and insights they need to create magical experiences. In addition to reporting on industry news, trends, and innovation, BizBash provides online tools including a comprehensive, searchable directory of more than 46,000 vendors, a job board, and BizBash Masterplanner, a subscription-based calendar of upcoming events. We also publish BizBash magazine and the National Venue and Supplier Guide, produce the BizBash IdeaFest expos and conferences, and publish a series of daily and weekly newsletter.

BizBash Media, Inc.

 •  January 16, 2016

Find out how Transfernation simplifies the donation of food from meetings and events.
It’s not uncommon for meetings, conferences, galas, and other events to have large amounts of excess food at the end of the day. Even well-intentioned planners and companies may opt to throw it away because they don’t understand the rules governing food donations,...

BizBash Media, Inc.

 •  January 14, 2016

Find out why the head of the Content Marketing Institute believes brands will start purchasing events as a shortcut to a subscriber base.
Joe Pulizzi is the founder of the Content Marketing Institute and author of the new book Content Inc.: How Entrepreneurs Use Content to Build Massive Audiences and Create Radically Successful Businesses. He...

BizBash Media, Inc.

 •  January 14, 2016

Understanding the importance of the experience and the attendee journey when considering event technology.
With seemingly endless technology options for events and meetings these days, it’s easy to focus on what’s new and buzzy. But are industry professionals really making the connection between the technology and attendee experience? And how can...

BizBash Media, Inc.

 •  January 13, 2016

Many hotels and resorts boast discounts and fewer crowds during their slow times, allowing event and meeting professionals to get more bang for their buck.
A ski lodge with no snow or a beach resort with rainy weather might not seem like ideal accommodations, but when it comes to booking a company meeting or corporate retreat those circumstances...

BizBash Media, Inc.

 •  January 13, 2016

Top decision makers from companies like Facebook, Target, and Google spoke about opportunities and hazards in the marketplace.
LAS VEGAS This year, C.E.S. debuted its first-ever C Space Storytellers conference track, created to explore the relationship among brands, agencies, media, and technology. The program brought top thinkers together for...

BizBash Media, Inc.

 •  January 4, 2016

At the Event Innovation Forum in New York, Khaleed Juma explored how event and meeting professionals can turn audiences into content creators.
The driving force behind events is no longer in the hands of the event organizer; power has shifted to the attendees, forcing planners and marketers to provide interactive experiences that turn guests into...

BizBash Media, Inc.

 •  December 28, 2015

At the Event Innovation Forum in New York, Michelle Grech shared how to turn one-time sponsors into long-term partners.
Getting sponsors to support annual events can be a challenge in itself, but motivating sponsors to become long-term partners requires finesse. For event and meeting professionals, creating and maintaining a healthy, lasting...

BizBash Media, Inc.

 •  December 22, 2015

Add to IdeaBook Virtual reality is one of the technologies that will gain traction at events in 2016.
We’ve asked industry professionals to help us make sense of the event technology tools and topics that will impact their work in 2016. Here are their predictions, gathered through phone and email interviews.
Mobile Matters
“Mobile isn't a trend,...

BizBash Media, Inc.

 •  December 22, 2015

Measuring attendee reactions and getting feedback in real time is vital to event organizers. With the proliferation of wearables and mobile technology, there are now millions of connected devices that can track steps, monitor fitness, and count calories—but this only scratches the surface of what’s possible. At the Event Innovation Forum—New York,...

BizBash Media, Inc.

 •  December 21, 2015

Add to IdeaBook (Pictured, left to right) Lizzy Paulson, Jay Weintraub, Noelle Provencial
As event industry professionals prepare for a busy new year, they’re taking stock of their top priorities and goals. With terrorism and climate change in the news, some cite those topics as major concerns for 2016, while others consider issues like...