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  • Please Disrupt: Part 1

    The events and meeting industry is begging to be disrupted. There are too many antiquated processes and too little tech solutions out there. Sure we’ve got event apps to replace paper programs, but the skeleton of a conference remains the same. Attendees register. Attendees book travel arrangements. Attendees arrive. Attendees attend education sessions. Attendees attend receptions. Attendees go home. Lather. Rinse. Repeat. Although attendance appears to be on the rise as companies begin to understand the benefits of face to face meetings, the experience is stale. With that in mind, here’s a list of tech and processes that could use... Read more »


  • Rebel Roundup: CES, Wi-Fi on planes, Attendee Subscriptions

    This week’s rebel round-up includes articles about social media engagement, CES, wi-fi on planes, the future of event design, attendee subscriptions, and Cvent!  Enjoy! Using Social Media To Extend Event Engagement: Ideas And Insights From Oracle – Greg Oates (@GregOates) The Consumer Electronics Show will limit next year’s ticket sales – The Verge (@Verge) The Beginning Of The End For Terrible Wi-Fi On Planes – Buzzfeed News (@BuzzfeedNews) The Future of Event Design: What Will Live Experiences Look Like in the Next Few Years? -BizBash (@Bizbash) Should You Be Selling Subscriptions To Your Attendees? – PCMA (@pcmahq) Cvent acquires meeting tool SignUp4 for $22 million – tnooz (@tnooz) See... Read more »


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    Outdoor Event Risks

    As summer approaches, we are all getting ready to spend a lot of time in the great outdoors. If you live on the East Coast (as EventRebels does!) or cooler regions of the country, you know that we need to take in all the fresh air we can! So we look forward to the time of parks, hiking trails, ball games and outdoor weddings and events. For the planner, staging an outdoor event is a thrilling experience, but can also be one that can be fraught with peril. Here are some potential problems that can turn your dream outdoor event... Read more »


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    Design Rebel: Whisky Business

    “Horse racing and whisky cocktails seem to go hand in hand, says liquor connoisseur, Lance Mayhew.   While the Mint Julep is closely associated with the Kentucky Derby, the official drinks of the other two jewels in racing’s Triple Crown are not as well known.  For the record, the Preakness Stakes’ Black Eyed Susan and the Belmont Breeze round out springtime’s annual cocktail trifecta. Each of these cocktails is made with blended whisky and are annual crowd pleasers. With the 2015 Kentucky Derby behind us, horse racing fans head north this weekend to Baltimore for the Preakness. Without question the Kentucky... Read more »


  • Rebel Wanderer: Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

    Here at EventRebels we’re gearing up for our trip next month to Ft. Lauderdale, Florida for the PCMA Education Conference 2015. So, in honor of our upcoming trip we thought it would fun to highlight some of the cool venues in the area! Wherehouse 2016 Just outside of Ft. Lauderdale in North Miami, WhereHouse 2016 is the most creative venue for private parties and special events in South Florida. If you’re looking for an original and unique location for your next event, WHEREHOUSE 2016 is it.The 3,600 square foot space features floor-to-ceiling wall murals, dozens of handmade light sculptures, custom-painted tables, chairs and... Read more »