5+ Meeting Pros on Twitter You Need to Follow

Twitter has positioned itself as the social media place to go for meetings and events. The industry’s thought leaders have latched on to Twitter as a great place to deliver their message. The Twitter accounts we describe here represent some of these leaders. You should follow these folks to stay on top of the breaking trends.

No one tops Corbin Ball when it comes to meetings technology. Look for his feed to find every which way technology can impact meetings.
Corbin Ball twitter account

Jeff Hurt is the leading blogger for Velvet Chainsaw’s popular site. Jeff writes about all things meetings, non-profits, associations and tech.
Jeff Hurt twitter account

Liz King is the queen of making technology cool for events. Her Twitter feed and
TechsyTalk are always coming up with ways of bringing events into the 21st century.
Liz King twitter account

In addition to being the editor-in-chief of the Trade Show News Network (TSNN.com), Rachel Wimberly has a Twitter feed that reflects her enthusiastic personality.
Rachel Wimberly twitter account

Okay, this feed is three-for-the-price-of-one. I was led there by @EvntGrrl, aka the gregarious Jeannie Power, CMP, but also found @joshpowerphoto and @eventtechguy
Power Event Group twitter account

Of course, do not forget to track the industry’s best hashtags. The most popular one is #eventprofs, but you will also get a lot of useful information from #eventtech, #meetingprofs, and #meetingplanners.


For more information about how to use Twitter or conference software in your event planning strategy, contact EventRebels today!