It’s Show Time! How to Make Your Next Event More Memorable

What a start to the year! CCC kicked off 2020 on the road at client events, and we feel like we’ve been recovering ever since. Whether you’re hosting an event or exhibiting at one, we picked up some important tips to make sure attendees remember you—in a good way. Create an Immersive Experience Experiential marketingContinue reading “It’s Show Time! How to Make Your Next Event More Memorable”

Vlog: Showcase Your Event in a Show Daily

Last week, CCC was in Indianapolis creating content and getting social with over 34,000 firefighters from around the world at FDIC International 2018. In addition to impressive signage and booth displays, we picked up another cool idea — a Show Daily. This tabloid-sized publication shared highlights from the previous day’s events. It’s also a greatContinue reading “Vlog: Showcase Your Event in a Show Daily”

4 Ways to Add More Fun (& Productivity) To Your Events

Are attendees excited to attend your company’s events? Or are your events just another stop on the circuit? Recently CCC had the opportunity to attend ASI Orlando, a leading promotional products show, and headed home with marketing ideas galore. Today, we’re going to focus on how to liven up your meetings and events.  Add some fun withContinue reading “4 Ways to Add More Fun (& Productivity) To Your Events”

What Makes a Successful Public Speaker? These 3 Key Points

Recently I had the pleasure of attending a networking luncheon hosted by my alma mater’s alumni association. While I always look forward to meeting fellow Flashes, I was particularly interested in hearing our city’s mayor speak. Mayor Horrigan was as good as I thought he would be, which made me think about what makes publicContinue reading “What Makes a Successful Public Speaker? These 3 Key Points”

Think Outside of the Booth: Ideas to Promote Your Brand at Events

Last month, CCC traveled to Indianapolis to work an event for a client, and it was an amazing experience. In addition to fueling the conversation with 32,000 firefighters from around the world, we walked away with some creative branding ideas. While your booth doesn’t have to (and shouldn’t) be boring, there are so many otherContinue reading “Think Outside of the Booth: Ideas to Promote Your Brand at Events”

I’m grateful for… “I have an app for that.”

I recently read a blog post by Lifehacker asking readers what free apps they are most thankful for this year. That’s when I realized how much I utilize apps to make my life, both personal and professional, run smoothly. What are your favorite apps (paid or free)? Here are 7 apps that have become aContinue reading “I’m grateful for… “I have an app for that.””

“We’re getting the band back together.”

Just think how much easier it would have been for Jake and Elwood Blues if they had social media to help their cause. Of course, it wouldn’t have been nearly entertaining for us if they did. Are you getting the band back together? Here’s four ways social media can help: Create an event on Facebook. ThisContinue reading ““We’re getting the band back together.””

5 Ways to Spice Up Employee Appreciation

Most of us know by now how valuable it is to keep good employees. Knowledgeable, happy employees are valuable assets to a company, helping to reduce costs, maximize productivity (and revenue) and enhance your company’s brand or image. There are a plethora of ways to thank valuable, hardworking employees. Following are 5 ways that youContinue reading “5 Ways to Spice Up Employee Appreciation”

Sponsorship: Your Name Here

I was sitting at an Akron Aeros (AA affiliate of the Cleveland Indians) baseball game the other night when a hitter broke his bat. Shortly after he was thrown out at first (and the pitcher danced out of the way of the jagged bat head), the PA announcer said, “That broken bat was brought toContinue reading “Sponsorship: Your Name Here”

Event Planning: You Need to Have a Plan

Have you ever tried your hand at event planning before? Even the most basic party or get-together (in your mind, at least) can turn into a stressful occasion when you’re in charge of all the details. Now think about putting on a conference or tradeshow for 500 or more of your closest friends. No matterContinue reading “Event Planning: You Need to Have a Plan”