EventCamp, sponsored by Tripleseat, the leading web-based event sales and management platform, announced the full lineup of speakers and educational sessions for its third-annual conference held at City Winery Nashville on April 30.
Upon arrival, attendees will be welcomed with a networking breakfast, followed by various panel sessions covering practical subjects and insights to better their business, as well as breaks for lunch and afternoon coffee.
Educational session topics include:
What Event Planners are Looking For in a Venue, with Sarah Kelley Freeman of Destination Musick City, Ali McQueen Canon of HelmsBriscoe, Desiree Woolbridge of Caterpillar Financial Services and Wedding and Events Expert Angela Proffitt
Don’t Underestimate Old School Sales Techniques, with Laura Wagstaff, Special Events Director, The NoMad Hotel, Eleven Madison Park, Make It Nice Hospitality Group
Reinventing Your Space with Ryan Walters, Private Events Director at City Winery Nashville
Marketing Sessions 1-3:
- 1. Leads, Leads, Leads with Janet Kurtz of Kurtz Hospitality Marketing
- 2. Making Email Marketing Work for You with Anissa Starnes of Swingbridge Consulting
- 3. How to Secure Business Growth with Retention Marketing with Dorien Morin-van Dam of More In Media
Key Reports for Success, with Charlee Williamson of the Ralph Brennan Restaurant Group
Beyond the Data: Achieving Sales + Profitability, with Amira Gertz of Rosa Mexicano
Owners’ Expectations of Event Managers, with Chris Blair of Listening Room Cafe, Claire Crowell of Marshall Hospitality and Hattie Jane’s Creamery, and Gina Peper of North Point Hospitality
Experiences: Going Beyond Traditional F&B
“We have a great line-up of speakers this year for our sessions, filled with experts in the hospitality, marketing and sales sector,” says Jonathan Morse, co-founder and CEO of Tripleseat. “EventCamp was created to provide industry professionals with educational courses to take their careers to the next level, held in our customers’ amazing venues, and we look forward to putting on yet another successful conference for our attendees.”
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