The report was based on data from a survey of 2,621 event attendees and 1,630 event organizers from around the world.
Some 66% of attendees say they learn about events/conferences from friends and acquaintances, and 59% say they find out from email newsletters.
Nearly half (49%) find out from online searches related to events they have heard about.
Some 89% of organizers say they market their events through their own website; 76% market through email newsletters; and 73% through social media.
Some 65% of organizers say they would like to use social media more frequently in the future to market their events.
About the research: The report was based on data from a survey of 2,621 event attendees and 1,630 event organizers from around the world.
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