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One major question that faces any event marketer at the outset of the planning process: how do I fill these seats?
Event registrants and final attendees are probably one of the key performance indicators (KPIs) that you’re using to track the success of your event. Do you feel like you’ve got a lot of questions and not a lot of answers? You’re in luck: this e-book will help you assemble the ideal audience for your next event.
Opus is a full-service marketing agency. As such, we consider each and every member of the Opus team to have a direct hand in marketing. Every point of contact with customers, prospects, and partners presents an opportunity to further our brand. We take pride in the quantity and quality of our communication—no matter the medium—which makes it even more important for our writing to be strong and free of errors. To that end, Opus sends out weekly “Friday Grammar Notes” with the aim of raising the bar of the written word across the entire agency. Our notes should provide utility to everyone, whether you’re a fledgling scribbler or a confirmed word nerd.
This month we recalibrate conjunction conventions, talk about why it’s okay to care about the Oxford comma, count the Ls in “canceled,” and pontificate on particularly pointless prepositions.
Our resident Road Warriors can certainly tell you: they travel a lot, and have the airline miles and hotel loyalty points to prove it! Managing events around the globe takes a serious amount of jet-setting, so your average Event Manager is a seasoned veteran.
Beaverton, OR – May 1, 2017 – Opus Agency has added another seasoned event marketing industry leader to its executive team, welcoming Kim Kopetz as EVP of Strategy.
Opus Alters Event Industry Landscape with Acquisition of Tencue