Michelle Bruno is fortunate for the opportunity to blog for Ungerboeck Software. Her most recent post covered how to reimagine online exhibitor directories, but she has also written about a number of other topics from how to decide if you’re ready for event management software to event mobile strategy to what venues need to know Read more about Get Your Geek On Over at the Ungerboeck Blog[…]
It’s been a busy few months here. Marlys Arnold (@ImageSpecialist) and frequent contributor to the #expochat Twitter chat recently invited Michelle Bruno to talk about the future of event-industry technology on her Tradeshow Insights podcast. Part one of the conversation was just posted last week. In October, Bruno visited the IMEX America show in Las Read more about Talk, Opinions and Observations on Event Technology[…]
Besides the obvious–the end of year holidays–December was a busy month for the Bruno Group Signature Events team preparing for and moderating two panels at IAEE’s Annual Meeting in Orlando. Moderating duties for the first panel discussion, “How to Execute a Virtual Event: Five Key Building Blocks,” were shared by BGSE’s Michelle Bruno and Warwick Read more about NFC, Virtual Building Blocks and Digital Disruption Conclude 2012 and Ring in 2013[…]
Michelle Bruno will moderate a panel of stellar trade show and corporate event organizers on Thursday, October 25, 2012 to drill down into the subject of event-related technology purchasing. Don’t worry if you can’t watch tomorrow, the presentation will be archived on the TSNN.com website.
Bruno Group Signature Events has been very busy over the summer. Michelle Bruno showed up in blog posts, webinars and print publications talking about event-industry technology.
March was a busy month at BGSE. On March 8, 2012, Michelle delivered a Webinar for the folks at Pathable. Over two hundred listeners joined her to listen in on the strategy, selection and trends around event-related mobile platforms. In a nutshell, strategy is key and should align with the organization’s/event’s strategy; mobile web vs. native app is still a key element to consider when selecting a mobile platform for an event and floor plans, exhibitor directories and conference agendas still dominate the features of most mobile solutions for events. After the Webinar she received several emails and LinkedIn inquiries about specific apps and functionality demonstrating that it’s still a huge issue for event planners and trade show organizers. We can’t imagine it will die down any time soon.
The September/October 2011 issue of E2: Exhibitions and Events is online featuring several of Michelle Bruno’s articles: “Trade Show Auditing: Part of a Complete Sales & Marketing Plan” is about the ongoing conversation over third-party attendance verification for trade shows, particularly on how verified attendance data can help sell more booths. “iPads for Show Organizers: Read more about Trade Show Audits, iPads, and University-Level Education[…]
We were pleasantly surprised to learn that Meetings: Review, an industry publication based in the UK, captured segments from a panel discussion that Michelle Bruno participated in on mobile apps for meetings. The session took place during the PCMA Educational Conference in Baltimore, June 22, 2011.
It’s not uncommon for one of our clients to ask exactly what we do in our capacity as “print brokers.” The immediate visual is of someone taking a print job and reselling it on the open market. But that’s far from the case. In actuality, it means that we serve as the intermediary between a client that needs something printed and the various vendors that will produce the finished product. And the printed product can be anything from business cards and NCR forms to complex booklets and brochures.
In December, 2010, Michelle Bruno completed the “Buyer’s Guide to Mobile Apps: Professional Event Organizer and Corporate Event Organizer Edition” for MeetingTechOnline.