Please Take TSNN’s Event Technology Trends Survey!

January 20, 2017

As part of TSNN’s Research Series, we currently are collecting survey responses from show organizers for the Event Technology Trends & Future Outlook study.

The link is HERE and everyone who completes the survey will receive an executive summary of the report, as well as a 20-percent discount on the full 30-40 page report on the latest event technology trends.

Events and technology have a unique and powerful relationship. Yet the pace of technological change is unprecedented and accelerating, and even staying on top of trends is a challenge.

To help event management analyze these issues, TSNN and the Event Marketing Institute, our research partner, is asking if show organizers would participate in an industry study focused on event technology usage trends and best practices with an outlook to the future. 

The individual responses will be studied in aggregate and are confidential.

This report will allow you to benchmark your organization vs. industry averages.

We hope you will click the link below and take less than five minutes to complete this survey or recommend it to the appropriate person in your organization. Thank you in advance for participating in this study.

Once again, HERE is the link to the survey.

TSNN and EMI previously have released two other research reports:

Attendee Marketing & Audience Development Trends & Best Practices Study – how show producers are driving high-quality, new and repeat attendees along with the most effective cutting-edge technology and social media practices. Buy

The Exhibit & Sponsorship Sales Best Practices Study -how leading convention and exhibition producers are selling more exhibit space and sponsorship opportunities. Buy

For more information on the TSNN Research Report series please visit: http://www.tsnn.com/tsnn-research-reports

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