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Event Tech Strategy, Insights and Trends

Taylor Shaw

Taylor Shaw

Taylor is a summer marketing intern at Aventri. She is currently a rising senior at Fordham University, where she studies English and Marketing. On campus, she is the managing editor of The Fordham Ram, the university’s 100-year-old newspaper. She is also an orientation leader and the business manager of the Fordham Experimental Theatre. Prior to Aventri, she was an intern in the communications department at Ann Inc. in Times Square.

Recent Posts by Taylor Shaw

September 12, 2019

10 Ideas for Your Next Conference

Keeping conferences interesting isn’t always an easy task. When you’re squeezing so much... READ MORE

August 28, 2019

4 Tips For Navigating Exhibition Booth Design

Exhibition booth design can be a difficult task to tackle. Whether you struggle with creative trade... READ MORE

August 26, 2019

3 Ways to Incorporate The Love of Dogs into Your Events

According to multiple sources in recent years, over 50% of American households have pets. So, it... READ MORE

July 31, 2019

How to Successfully Build Anticipation for a Surprise at Your Next Event

There are so many ways to incorporate a wow factor at your event, but whether it’s a big reveal of... READ MORE

July 24, 2019

56 Sustainability Statistics Planners Need to Know

Here at Aventri, we were thrilled to see IMEX take a stance on sustainability this year. When... READ MORE

July 18, 2019

How to Keep Your Event Branding Fresh and Trendy

We see branding everywhere; we’re inundated with logos and symbolism everywhere we look. That’s why... READ MORE

July 11, 2019

11 Tips and Trends for Your Next Pop-Up Event

If you’ve never attended or planned a pop-up, chances are, you’ve walked by one. As planners, you... READ MORE

June 26, 2019

49 Mobile App Stats For Planners

With event technology  on every planner's mind, it's important to have the facts to back up your... READ MORE

June 24, 2019

The Top 8 Benefits of Using One Events Platform

In this day and age, event planning without technology just simply doesn’t cut it. Planners need to... READ MORE

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