FREE Webinar: The Data-Driven Event: Battle-Tested Data Insights for Event Professionals 

Still unsure of the benefits of data for events? Not sure what data to collect or how or where to start? It's time to take the #RedPill. This presentation will explore why it is critical to utilize data in your event strategy as well as review insider tips on how to easily record and analyze data to improve your event ROI and overall experience.

Are you still waiting for the Data Fairy to deliver actionable insights to improve your events? By the time our events are over, the last thing we want to do is dive into those intimidating spreadsheets and endless folders of evals, survey results and session scans to look for.... something? In this session, learn how to get strategic about collecting and analyzing the *right data* to understand what efforts are working and what needs to be tweaked. You don’t need to be an analyst to make better decisions moving forward; the techniques are simple.

Key Takeaways:

  • Strategies for analyzing your data to discover useful trends and insights
  • Simple tools to collect helpful data
  • Data visualization tactics to communicate your findings
  • Where we are and where we are heading with event tech & data

Date: Wednesday, Jun 26, 2019 

Time: 11 AM PDT / 2 PM EST

 

 

Presented by: 

Data-Driven Event by Allie Magyar, CEO of HubbAllie Magyar, Founder & CEO, Hubb

Allie is a skilled entrepreneur and technology maven with over 15 years of experience driving successful technology-enabled service companies. She founded Hubb in 2015 to build a technology solution that directly addressed the event technology needs of meeting planners as they manage the overload of information for their events. As CEO of Hubb, Allie directs the company’s strategic direction with an emphasis on partnerships, integrations, and growth. A renowned speaker, Allie is a member of Vistage, a two-time Inc. 5000 award winner, was named a 2017 Top Women Entrepreneur by Smart Meetings, was an EY Pacific NW Entrepreneur of the Year finalist in 2018, and was listed in the Pacific Business Journal's 2019 Class of the Women of Influence.