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Online Event Management Software For Parents Weekend College Football Celebrations

Want to know how to successfully pull-off a higher-education parents weekend celebration with accompanying college football game on your campus? Here is the answer… Ennect Online Event Management Portal for higher education. Ennect is the digital quarterback that will handle all event communications, online registrations, logistics and finances that will result in a 99-yard touchdown […]

This Summer, The Journey Begins With Online Event Management

The anticipation for that concert event of the year is growing and the excitement about attending a celebrity fitness expo in L.A. is at a crescendo, so the last thing that event-goers need is an event registration road block to hamper happiness. Event and tour professionals should remember that a person’s journey begins with event […]

Wickedly Good Event Management Tips for Halloween and The Fall Festival Season.

Here we go again, summer is in the rear-view mirror and fall is fast approaching and you know what that means – a haunting of online ads from the local Halloween shop, a hint of pumpkin spice in our coffee, extravagant costume parties and fall celebrations.  This autumn, if you are planning your groups Halloween […]

How Can Event Management Software Make the Pomp and Circumstance of Graduation Season Even Better?

Graduation season is upon us and colleges, high schools and yes, even pre-schools will soon be hosting celebratory graduation events to honor their accomplished scholars.  This graduation season, event planners should utilize Ennect Event, a multi-use online event management tool to take their graduation “Pomp and Circumstance” to another level. Ennect Event’s online experience is […]

Be a Sports Event Planning All-Star this Season with Ennect Do-it-Yourself Online Event Registration Tools

Major League Baseball opening day is only a couple of weeks away, so now would be a great time to start planning that annual group outing to your favorite Major League Baseball stadium. Ennect Event online sports event registration tools can assist you in creating and managing group sporting events that will easily make the […]

Turn Your St. Patrick’s Day Festival into a Pot of Gold with Ennect Online Registration Software

St. Patrick’s Day will soon be here, have you started your event planning yet? Let Ennect Event help you turn this year’s St. Patrick’s Day festival into a pot of gold.  Ennect Event do-it-yourself online marketing software can help with all of the following St. Patrick’s Day party logistics and more: Sign up members and […]

An Online Event Marketing Resolution for the New Year

2018 is here and so is your new slate of company events. As an event professional, you should propose a New Year’s resolution to make your job easier by utilizing online event registration and management tools. Whether you are managing multiple conferences and trade shows, hosting customer appreciation events, or running monthly educational seminars – […]

Twitter’s 280 Character Increase Could Be A Boon For Online Event Management

Event managers should keep an eye on Twitter’s testing of a new 280-character limit.  The new proposed character limit, if approved, will double the current limit, meaning more informative tweets for event planners, do-it-yourself online event software users and event operators. Twitter explained the reasoning behind the need for a 280 character tweet: “Our research […]

Ennect College Football Game Day Events

A unique phenomenon has just occurred on college campuses nationwide – college football is back! It happens rather quickly as summer sets to slumber, eager students head back to their dorms and the autumn winds usher in a voracious school spirit that excites and embraces higher education communities nationwide. This season celebrate college football on […]

Simplicity in Event Website Design Doesn’t Necessarily Mean the Retro 90’s

The New York Times recently published an article titled “The Latest in Web Design? Retro Websites Inspired by the ’90s” that shows us that there is a unique and almost punk-rock renaissance of pre-millennium (Y2K) website design optics.  The nostalgia for the 90’s and a simpler web page is starting to rear it’s “Dancing Hamster” […]

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