Business Networking Luncheon - Event Marketing Tips and Tricks from a Professional Corporate Events Planner
If you are in business, you do Event Marketing. Event Marketing is much more than Trade Shows, Expos, and Fairs. Do you attend Chamber events? Then you are performing Event Marketing.
Certified Event professional Angela Skeen of Eventfully Angela is sharing tips on how to make your business stand out at any event you go to.
With the Union County Chamber Business expo less than a month away, this will be a great opportunity to get some inspiration for table displays.
Angela will cover:
- What you need to think about before planning a booth or table display.
- What common mistake many company’s make with their booths
- A live demonstration of how to transform your display from a basic table to a stand-out display
You will leave with practical tips and inspiring ideas to design a better display.
Who should attend:
- Business owners, managers, or marketing professionals who want to improve their company’s performance at public events.
- Chamber members who are planning a booth at the March Business Expo
Please note, in response to feedback from our members, changes have been made to the door prize giveaway at Business Networking Luncheons. To give away a door prize at the Luncheon, complete the special “door prize registration” when you register for the event. The number of door prizes to be given away will be limited on a first come, first serve basis with no more than a total of five per event.
Angela Skeen is a certified award-winning event professional and founder of Eventfully Angela LLC. She brings over a decade of event planning and marketing experience.
For nearly 10 years she held the Sr. Meeting Planner position at Ingersoll Rand where she executed global events for all business units within the company of 40,000+ employees.
In 2017, she launched Eventfully Angela as an event planning blog. Six months later she advanced Eventfully Angela into a full-blown event company.
She has been awarded and featured in some of the industry’s leading editorials and empowering podcasts. She has most recently been honored as one of 100 Women who inspire the event Industry by Smart Meetings Magazine.