pointers to making meetings successful

Make your meetings fail proof with these 4 tips

Your most important industry event is coming up and you’re all geared up for it. Meeting requests have been sent out and you already have a figure in your mind on potential bookings. However, being in the events space, we know that there is many a slip between the expected and the actual. So, we have […]

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On June 23, 2015 | In Blog | 0 Comments | 1293 Views
Meeting scheduling

Your Excel scheduling days are extinct: Now what?

Excel sheets and meeting scheduling have been synonymous with each other – but no more. The days for scheduling meetings and updating changes painstakingly on myriad Excel sheets are close to an end, and extinct for Jifflenow customers. Here are some things you can do if you were not on your Excel sheets. Plan Like […]

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On May 5, 2015 | In Blog | 0 Comments | 1491 Views
Snooze free sales meetings

Schedule Sales Meetings Sans the Snooze

The details are in the planning. And while scheduling sales meetings, participants are at risk of slipping back into their mobile devices when the meeting fails to engage them. Here are four tips to make it more engaging. Send meeting material before you get there Meeting agenda and related materials such as a presentation can […]

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On April 29, 2015 | In Blog | 0 Comments | 1052 Views
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Will your content travel at NAB 2015?

Your team and/or you have traveled to National Association of Broadcasters show (NAB 2015) in Las Vegas for your meetings. You’re armed with the latest company offerings for the meeting. But what are the chances that your content will go the distance? Sure, you’ve scheduled all your meetings with existing and potential customers. How are […]

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On April 14, 2015 | In Blog | 0 Comments | 1073 Views
Executive Meetings

Managing VIP meetings and executive calendars at events

Scheduling meetings for executives plays a crucial role when it comes to closing deals or just catching up with prospects and customers at trade shows and events. Fortune 500 and 1000 event teams who use Jifflenow share how they manage their meetings at events and tradeshows. Here’s how to make those conversations count. 3 things […]

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On April 7, 2015 | In Blog | 0 Comments | 2004 Views
Finding the right meeting management solution

Zeroing in on the perfect meeting solution

With companies all set to attend this year’s big-ticket events, event and meeting managers are facing their biggest scheduling challenges. It is time to do away with the old and ring in a new meeting management solution. Here are a few things you must consider when it comes to selecting a meeting management solution for […]

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On March 17, 2015 | In Blog | 0 Comments | 1730 Views

Moving beyond paper-based scheduling

Paper-based scheduling is at odds with executing a successful event. Here’s how we helped one of our customers discover a more efficient alternative to paper-based scheduling.

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On February 3, 2015 | In Case Study | 1 Comments | 1829 Views

What happens to walk-ins?

We spend hours coming up with a perfect meeting schedule. However, at the event floor, it is always a different story. From trying to manage a smooth meeting process, to accommodating walk-ins – event teams are always on their feet. Share your meeting experiences in the comments section below.

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On January 20, 2015 | In Blog | 0 Comments | 913 Views
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2015 – A year when events get bigger and busier

There will be much a do about events and tradeshows in 2015. It promises to be an exciting year for event professionals with innovation in technology and other fields. To be right in the middle of the action and be an early adopter, you need to be part of the right events. Read on to […]

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On January 6, 2015 | In Blog | 0 Comments | 1307 Views

Thanksgiving pointers you can apply to B2B meetings

Thanksgiving dinners and hosting meetings at B2B events have more in common than you think. A lot of pre-planning, managing, and scheduling is required for both. But, what are the factors that make an event/dinner a success or a failure? Here are five pointers to ensure you manage to secure more meetings, enable more meaningful […]

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On November 27, 2014 | In Blog | 0 Comments | 1298 Views