3 Things to Avoid When Producing Your Event Promo Video

Posted by Cece Salomon-Lee

We learned 3 major lessons from creating our first event promo video in house – the one for Lanyon Live 2016. We decided to write up those lessons (and the solutions we found most helpful), to hopefully help you create your own event video! Great event videos don’t just happen. It takes the work of brilliant planners – and a little elbow grease.


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The Next Chapter Awaits…

Posted by Kevin Iwamoto on 05/04/2016

Kevin Iwamoto, Vice President of Strategy & Godfather of SMMP, says “goodbye” as he transitions into retirement from Lanyon, and joins our Strategic Advisory Board.


3 Questions You Were Afraid to Ask About Livestreaming

Posted by Timothy Mercer on 05/03/2016

In this series, we’ll cover everything you need to know to get started livestreaming your next event – from deciding which parts of your event to stream, to choosing the right platform and equipment to suit your needs and what to do with your livestreamed content once your event is over.
But first – the basics. Here are 3 basic things about livestreaming that you need to know, but were afraid to ask.


VIDEO: Same Meeting in a Different Destination? Not the Same Meeting!

Posted by Christine “Shimo” Shimasaki on 04/28/2016

Our newest guest blogger, Christine “Shimo” Shimasaki gives insight into the importance of meeting locations, how to keep your meetings dynamic, and how to make your destination work for you.


5 Things You’ll Miss If You Don’t Attend Lanyon Live 2016

Posted by Lanyon on 04/26/2016

We recently launched the Lanyon Live 2016 website and registration. We thought we’d give you a “sell it to your boss” blog while there’s still time to save with early bird registration. You’re welcome!


Now Is the Time to Make Meetings and Events More Environmentally Friendly

Posted by Patrick Mendoza on 04/22/2016

We’re moving into the 46th year of Earth Day celebrations – and today’s the day. Earth Day is a celebration of our planet, our home, and also a day that inspires people to take action in making our world a better place. And it’s important to extend those values into our industry.


10 ways to stay “green” this Earth Day

Posted by Kevin Iwamoto on 04/21/2016

The Godfather of SMMP, Kevin Iwamoto, talks about the past, present and future of “green events,” including a top ten list of how to keep your meetings and events Earth-friendly.


Virtual event success: how to add value for your attendees

Posted by Lanyon on 04/19/2016

Are you  considering taking your next event virtual? One of the biggest advantages to virtual events – for both your company and your attendees – is saving money. But, we know that one of the biggest challenges of virtual events is being able to provide the same “onsite” experience and value to attendees. See how this software company did just that.


Baffled by Marketing Metrics? Here’s the Top 10 Things You Should be Measuring At Your Event

Posted by Kevin Iwamoto on 04/14/2016

You know that you can use event management technology to collect data at your event – but how do you make sense of all that information? This top ten list demystifies the confusion and provides real insights for meeting organizers to consider and start gathering the metrics that will make a difference in their jobs and careers.


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