The Event Engagement Maturity Curve

How Smart Marketers Drive Meaningful Business Outcomes from Events

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Climbing the Event Engagement Maturity Curve and Driving Business Outcomes

According to Forrester, marketers spend the highest proportion of their budget – an average of 12% – on events. Yet the top event goal for many marketers is getting the right people to attend at the lowest cost possible. That’s an outdated strategy – and one that limits the impact of events. No wonder over two-thirds of marketers drive only soft returns — such as higher brand advocacy and making customers feel valued — from events.

The failure of events to deliver hard returns has driven industry analysts and forward-thinking marketers to reimagine events as the catalyst for measurable and strategic business outcomes. Inspired by this shift and our nearly 30 years of industry experience, we developed a maturity model to help marketers gradually evolve their approach to events. By embracing this model, you can ultimately drive meaningful ROI – including new customer acquisition and revenue – from your events.

Download this step-by-step guide today to discover:

  • Why smart marketers are focusing on engagement instead of attendance
  • The 3 essential elements of meaningful event engagement
  • How to advance through the 4 stages of the event engagement maturity model
  • Proven ways to achieve the engagement “sweet spot”
  • Best practices to set your engagement strategy on the right path

We created a quick assessment to help you discover your engagement maturity levelFind out now.

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