Using Events as a Springboard for Engagement

Posted by Iris Creative Group on February 13, 2017

Using Events as a Springboard for Engagement

Nobody likes to be sold to all the time. It’s easy to worry about “burning out” your list with too many emails, but that doesn’t mean you should fall silent in between key events and campaigns.

People want to hear from you in ways that are interesting and valuable to them. In fact, using your pinnacle event as a springboard, you can cultivate year-round, meaningful communication with your community.

If you feel like a lot of effort goes into an event that’s over in a flash, then this Master Class is for you. We’ll help you successfully channel the energy of your event to create content that extends well beyond the limited event-communication lifecycle.

You will leave this webinar with strategies to leverage your event to drive participation throughout the year.

You’ll learn:

  • What to do before, during and after your event to increase it’s impact
  • How to strike the balance between selling and serving your audience
  • Ways to work with your speakers, sponsors and vendors to create content that serves you both

Using Events as a Springboard for Engagement
Instructor: Beth Brodovsky
Master Class Webinar
Thursday, February 23, 2 – 3 p.m. EST

$49 – Register Now

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