Do you struggle to stay up to date with the latest trends and technologies in event marketing and planning?
Keeping up with the latest news, discussions, and products is essential in the event industry. Following event planning blogs will give you the immediate information that printed materials lack. Online articles will appear within hours of an important discussion or occurrence and keep you ahead of the game but knowing which resources are the best will save you time so you don’t have to search through a sea of information to find the gems.
This blog is the resource for all things events; from event technology to social media, they have all the bases covered. There are resources for wedding planning, event management and party planning, but their true area of special interest lies in innovation and is widely referenced by other event planners.
Techsytalk offers a slightly unique perspective on event planning with a focus on social media and the tech savvy side of event planning. It offers tips and new on social media techniques for event planners and corporate event planning, as well as info on the latest apps and technologies available. Whether you’re tech savvy or not staying on top of these trends is a must and the articles are quick, easy reads that are very shareable.
BizBash provides quality facts on everything from venue selection and marketing tips to party planning ideas. They offer an abundance of creative ideas you can use at your next conference while keeping you up on what’s trendy in the event world. This site is a go-to resource for the latest event planning industry news.
Started by two veteran event planners who are curating great content from highly relevant and topical sources as well providing the latest on new mobile apps, social media trends, event technology and everything else an event professional may need.
The information here is very useful, easy to read and engaging. Their focus is on conference planning and event education techniques. There is a wealth of strong, well researched information here and they have recently ventured beyond their scope to include topics on social media, speaker practices and general industry news.
These event blogs are chock full of goodies to help both organizers and attendees get the best out of their event planning and event going experiences but this is just the tip of the iceberg.
What event marketing and planing blogs would you add to this list?