Dianne Devitt is an executive producer of events, a keynote speaker, a consultant, and author of “What Color is Your Event?” Dan Gingiss: Hi Dianne. Tell us how you got into the events industry? Dianne Devitt: Well, the short story is
During good times, relevance has been a hallmark of quality marketing and customer experience. In the crazy year that has been 2020, it has taken on even more importance. The four-hour Relevance 360 virtual event, presented by artificial intelligence (AI)
There’s a lot going on in the world, but as my grandmother used to say this, this too will pass. And when it does, we’ve got to be ready to go back to business and really start moving things forward.
Keenan started by asking the audience of several hundred whether they subscribed to the long-held belief that people buy from people they like. While a large majority of hands went up, Keenan says that value is much more important than liking a salesperson. While both are ideal, if you can only have one, choose value.
Although it is, at its essence, a marketing conference, the annual Social Media Marketing World gathering in San Diego is constantly adapting in step with the ever-changing world of social media. In 2016, the conference organizers added a Customer Service