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  • Join more than 1,000 B2B marketing leaders (and aspiring leaders) at the Gaylord National Resort in Washington DC, October 16-18, as they gather to learn—and share their secrets to success. With three keynotes, 60+ sessions, six full-day workshops, and creative networking, it's a can't-miss for any B2B marketer looking to level-up their career. Save $400 through 11:59pm ET on June 21.

  • You can build the most awesome webinar ever, but it’s meaningless if no one comes to hear it. For marketers today, building a webinar audience can be a major challenge. Learn best practices and secrets that have helped companies grow their audiences from tens to thousands. Sponsored by ON24.

  • In a digitally driven world, the human element can get lost. Nothing can replace face-to-face rapport, which is why events can do wonders for your sales—certain types of events more than others, depending on your brand and positioning. These three types of events can boost your sales.

  • Even if you put on an otherwise perfect event, a horrible registration experience can be disastrous for your company. Registration done wrong will color how attendees feel about your event, viewing your brand in a negative light. Here's how to create a positive impression instead.

  • "Event intelligence" is the latest buzzword in the meeting and event industry, and there are a lot of questions surrounding it, such as how exactly it helps planners and marketers, what technologies come into play, and even what event intelligence is. This article sheds some light.

  • Tradeshows are a big investment, so make sure you're prepared. From tips on selling your products to creating relationships, here are some ways you can make your next tradeshow experience a success.

  • With a new year of tradeshows upon us, all eyes turn to ROI. Are you ready to get the maximum value—and leads—out of your live events? Sponsored by Cvent.

  • There's a lot that happens at an event besides the five minutes a particular attendee is chatting with you at your booth. If you can collect and interpret data about the rest of what event attendees are doing and signaling, you'll be far more successful in your follow-ups. Sponsored by Cvent.

  • Sponsoring an event can be an effective way to improve brand awareness, and it can even help your local SEO efforts. And sponsorship doesn't have to be monetary. Your company can give back in many ways—and get positive recognition in return.