January 9, 2020
We’re opening the new year of Event Brew with the topic of social media. The past decade saw an insane increase in the widespread use of social media. And what that meant for brands, companies, and businesses alike was a complete shift in paradigm. Because now, they could reach thousands of people specifically targeted for a product or service. Amongst many other things, social media became a true pillar of the way human beings communicate with each other.
And where does the events industry stand in the middle of this? Well, that’s exactly what we’re here to discuss! Our amazing hosts Will Curran and Thuy Diep are ready to spill the brew. If you’re curious about their opinions on social media for events, you’ve come to the right place. So choose your favorite drink and press play – it’s Event Brew time!
January 2, 2020
You've heard the age-old saying, it's better to give than receive. What can we do in the industry to give back? Find out on this episode of Event Brew!
December 26, 2019
Happy Holidays from the Brew Crew to you! We want to take a break from our regularly scheduled planning to wish you and your family a happy holidays. Want more Event Brew? Check out our past episodes! Also feel free to contact us and let us know what you want to see in the New Year!
December 19, 2019
Everybody gather around for some brewing about attendee gifts! So, let's be real. If you were to count the number of chachkies you've received over the years as an attendee, how many would that be? And if you confronted that number with the number of gifts you've actually kept, how big of a difference would it be? Well, we're guessing quite a bit. Because truth is, it gets to a saturation point for attendees when they're drowning in pens, notebooks, and other chachkies.
But surely there must be an upside to this? Attendee gifts aren't all that bad, and have benefits of their own, right? Well, this is exactly what we're about to discuss. On this week's Event Brew, our amazing hosts sit down and talk about the crazy world of chachkies and free swag. Will Curran, Nick Borelli, and Thuy Diep are about to share all of their thoughts on the matter. So, are you ready for this? Then grab your favorite drink, and let's get brewing!
December 12, 2019
There's no time like the present to reflect on the future of events. Was that too meta? Because what we really mean is - what will define the event team members of the next decade? With yet another decade coming to an end soon, the team behind Event Brew decided to put their heads together. And, of course, have a conversation about what they think will change in our industry when it comes to teams. How have things changed thus far? And how will they progress in the next decade?
These are only two of the questions our lovely hosts seek to answer. Because Will Curran, Nick Borelli, Thuy Diep, and Dustin Westling have quite a bit to say about the future of events! Are you curious to know how they perceive the future? And are you ready to have your opinions about what 2020 will bring challenged? Then press play, and let's get brewing!
December 5, 2019
If you've been on top of the news, then you already know about the Bizbash Connect acquisition. That's right - Tarsus Connect, the business travel, and meetings event company acquired BizBash, the US-based event media company. And as you might guess, that's exactly what we'll be covering on this week's Event Brew. Because we simply love to jump on the most exciting and relevant news inside the events industry to give you the scoop!
So, this time around, our amazing hosts Nick Borelli and Will Curran are here to give you the details. What propelled the BizBash Connect acquisition? And what does this mean for the events industry? How will this impact everyone involved, both directly and indirectly? To learn all of this and more, press play right now - it's time to get brewing!
November 28, 2019
Happy Thanksgiving! The Brew Crew is taking the week off to reflect and celebrate. Instead of a normal episode, Thuy and Will came to wish you a great day! And they want to hear from you! Email us ideas and feedback for upcoming shows! Who knows we just might mention you in an upcoming episode! We are thankful for all our wonderful subscribers and anyone who has taken the time to listen to Event Brew and we hope you have a wonderful holiday!
November 21, 2019
Event trend reports are starting to come along now that a new year is set to begin. And to some people in the events industry, that’s the equivalent of the most wonderful time of the year. Some are either writing them or anxiously waiting to read them. But just like any other topic, event trend reports can spark some controversy amongst event professionals. Love them, hate them, or disregard them, the reports exist and show no signs of slowing down or simply dying.
So on this week’s episode of Event Brew, we’re tackling this somewhat controversial topic. Is it time for event trend reports to go? or are they actually a pretty helpful tool for our industry? As usual, we have the pleasure of counting on four different perspectives on the matter. Our lovely hosts Nick Borelli, Thuy Diep, Dustin Westling, and Will Curran all share their feelings and opinions. So, without further ado, pick up your favorite winter drink and let’s get brewing!
November 14, 2019
In this week's episode of Event Brew, we're going down the rabbit hole of event terms. Because let's face it, every industry has its fair share of jargon, lingo, and acronyms. And the events industry just so happens to have more than enough to go around! No matter how long you've been in the industry, you've probably been confused a couple of times. Someone uses a term, someone uses another...and all of a sudden, you're completely lost. We get you!
This is why today we're tackling the topic of event terms head-first. Our lovely hosts Thuy Diep, Dustin Westling, and Will Curran share their thoughts on all of the jargon and lingo in the industry. Who knows, maybe you'll learn something you never knew before. So press that play button and let's get brewing!
November 7, 2019
Worker productivity has been a hot topic in the past few years. And issues such as work-life balance, the motto "work to live, don't live to work"; have sparked quite a few conversations. It's no secret that the amount of hours people work decreased over the past century. But the question remains. Should people work even less than 40 hours, thus increasing their productivity? Well, that's exactly what we'll be discussing on this week's Event Brew.
In light of a recent article about Microsoft's four day work week, we decided to talk about worker productivity in this light. Our hosts Will Curran and Dustin Westling share their opinions on the matter while discussing what this could mean for the events industry. So, are you curious to know what they think? Let's get brewing!