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Event management and sponsoring course for the ESC Troyes Interactive marketing and Social media MBA

Event management and sponsoring course for the ESC Troyes Interactive marketing and Social media MBA

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  • 1er jour :
    ma présentation: 5 mn
    aims of the course : 5 mn
    outline : 10 mn
    assessnement : 10 mn
    general context : 30 mn
    Type of events : 30 mn
    exercise : 30 mn
    corrigé : 20 mn
    ------------------
    Digital : 30 mn
    exercise : 30 mn
    corrigé : 20 mn
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    2e jour
    Event management techniques : 30 mn
    Event managemetn technques (suite, dont présentation de l'examen CC)
    30 mn
    exercise (pour se préparer au CC) : 30 mn
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    3e jour :
    présentation des étudiants : 3 h
    Sponsorship : 30 mn
  • Parler de l’Espagne
    Web business : objectif de vendre : parler de mon business model
    Dire que je réponds aux email rapidement (pas comme les français)
    Le doctorat : permet d’être prof, ouvre bcp de portes en France
    Les autres diplômes : sles titres sont importants (contrairement à l’angleterre, les USA)
  • Mon planning :
    lundi 4 novembre : 6 h à Troyes : 9h45 - 17h15
    lundi 25 novembre : 3 h à Troyes : 14h - 17h15
    lundi 2 décembre : 6 h à Troyes : 9h45 - 17h15
    3 dernières heures pour présenter leur travail
  • ---------- topics (big data, etc.) keynote speakers,
  • Parler d’alexa
  • ---------- topics (big data, etc.) keynote speakers,
  • ---------- topics (big data, etc.) keynote speakers,
  • Importance des sources
  • Less marketing budget lead to :
    a lot of competition
    pressure on prices,
    lower length for events…
    Concentration and bankruptcy for small actors
    En France : Volonté politique de les développer, mais en perte de vitesse à cause des salons allemands qui attirent bcp plus
  • #1 – Save the Date Postcard
    A save the date postcard is a cheap way to let people know well in advance that you are having a conference. Ideally, it should be sent out about 4-5 months before your event, and should give details like date, location, and website address. Save the date postcards can also double as conference flyers, which can be given out at any other events or around campus.
    #2 – Website
    Along with the save the date postcard, getting your website set up during the initial planning stages is critical for giving potential sponsors and speakers information about your event. Often, conferences are hesitant to get the site up and running early because they think they don’t have any solid details about the conference to advertise. However, just having a web presence gives speakers and sponsors the piece of mind that you are taking the conference seriously.
    Here are some ideas of what you should include:
    date/location
    region-specific logistics
    opportunities for sponsorship
    proposed topics and objectives
    tentative agenda
    keynote and panelist bios
    who should attend
    information on past conferences
    information on your organization
    workshop details
    special events
    sponsors logos and links
    a press kit
    option to join a mailing list
    online registration option
    local attractions + travel guide
    Your website is your means of informing your audience of any news about your event. That includes potential attendees, potential speakers, sponsors, and the press. You can even make this an interactive experience by
    Collecting Feedback – Set up surveys to obtain initial feedback from potential attendees on possible topics and expectations
    Create Newsletter – Allow visitors to join a mailing list for continual updates as the event develops and to aid in word of mouth marketing
    Set Up Forum – Setting up a forum can be a great way to establish a community presence before the event. Forums help facilitate discussion before, during and after the event.
    Another critical function of your website is to provide online registration for your event. You can set up online payment processing through online event registration vendors such as Acteva.com.
    #3 – Social Media Presence
    Along with your website, set up a social media presence by creating a Facebook event page, and starting accounts with Twitter, Google+ and LinkedIn.
    #4 – Mailer
    A mailer typically includes all currently known conference details including the benefits of attending, who will be speaking, the types of events planned, a proposed agenda, your sponsors, and any other general information. It should also emphasize date, location, and your website, and urge readers to register online.
    The mailer is designed to build awareness of your event now that many of your key features have been confirmed and to urge people to register for the event before it is sold out. You will want to send it at least 6-8 weeks in advance.
    #5 – Email Announcements
    One of the cheapest and most efficient methods of marketing is email marketing. However, the newly implemented CAN-SPAM Act imposes a number of restrictions on your mailings. If your organization does not have a list of members who have chosen to ‘opt in’, you must include certain information in your emails. Some guidelines include:
    Don’t use misleading sender information or subjects
    Include a postal address
    Include a clear method for recipients to unsubscribe
    If your list isn’t ‘opt-in,’ include a clear notice that states the e-mail is an advertisement or solicitation
    Typically, emails are sent out about 6 weeks before your conference to coincide with the mailers, and again around 2 weeks before your conference to remind those who may have put off registration. They should announce the event and drive people to your website for more information and to register. You may also want to send out a final email a day or two before the conference to those registered to provide general information such as driving directions, parking options, and opening registration times.
    #6 – Advertising
    Advertising in trade publications, local newspapers, and through pay-per-click campaigns in search engines can be a good way to promote your conference and remind people to register. Where you advertise will depend greatly on your target audience and budget.
    #7 – Banners/Posters
    Posters and banners also aid to promote awareness of your event. You can hang posters inside your organization or by your ticket sales locations. Banners can be hung outside as reminders of your event. For the majority of conferences we work with, banners are full color, scrimm vinyl with grommets and are typically 6′x3′. Posters are typically 24″x36″ and mounted.
    #8 – Day of Event Brochure
    The day of event brochure is basically the program guide and summary of the day’s events. It should include all information related to your event, which can include a welcome letter, the agenda, the location with map, keynote pictures, biographies, and quotes, panel descriptions and panelists, other events such as career fair or cocktail reception information, sponsor ads and logos, information about the organization managing the event, volunteers and committee members, etc.
    - See more at: http://www.morningstarmultimedia.com/event-marketing-communications-overview/#sthash.4a0Co4E6.dpuf
  • “Nespresso Coffee : people are invited over Facebook to take part, and release some of their data on Facebook and print out a coupon, and get into the event with a chance of taking part in a sweepstakes to win a coffee machine,”
    Value & engagement: Starbucks does an excellent job engaging its audience online to have conversations and talk about the product
    Ben & Jerry’s is adept at experiential marketing. One of its most successful campaigns was the least costly. Simply tweeting “We are in Burlington. Who wants ice cream?”
  • Transcript

    • 1. Social Media & Interactive Marketing Management Event management and sponsorship 2013-2014 by: David Chelly Copyright © Postenergie Espagne SL 1
    • 2. Your lecturer: David Chelly    2006 - website publisher 1995-2006 - Consultant and professor specialized in Eastern European business Ph.D in Management Sciences Post-graduate diploma in Finance Degrees in Sociology, Money and Banking, Law, Accounting @: davidchelly@energie-online.fr 2
    • 3. Aims of the course    This course provides students with information and insights about event and sponsoring management. It focuses on modern techniques, especially those using the internet and/or used by web companies. Methods: The course is a workshop-oriented class, designed for active participation. 3
    • 4. Assessment      Participation (30%): In class activities and contributions to the class. - Case Study: Event presentation (20%): This assignment involves an in-depth investigation of a major special event and an oral presentation (15 mn) + written report (5-10 pages + appendix). - Final Project - Event Business Plan (50%): This assignment simulates the planning and carrying out of an event. The case study and the final project are conducted in groups of 3 to 4 people, if possible including at least a French and a foreign student. The case study and the final project need to be related to the web: event (partially) conducted online, event management for a web 4 company, etc.
    • 5. Outline of the course       The context of event management & sponsoring Main types of events Marketing events Event management and PR operations Event management in an international environment Sponsorship and the economic impact of events for the stakeholders (destinations, brands, etc.) 5
    • 6. Quizz  What nowadays’ big thing has direct consequences for event management – Big data – Augmented Reality and RFID – Semantic web 6
    • 7.  Who is the world leading event management service ? – Amiando – TicketMaster – Eventbrite 7
    • 8.  Who is the reference of cross-cultural communication (polychronic vs. monochronic cultures, hi-context vs. lo-context cultures, relation to time and space, etc. ? – Abraham Maslow – G. Hostede – E.T. Hall 8
    • 9.  A webinar is : – A web conference shared with remote locations – an online course aimed at unlimited participation and open access via the web – A collaborative workshop tool 9
    • 10. General context of event management and marketing 10
    • 11. A well performing sector   Event management has recently become a real communication tool General growth in the main world markets (USA, India, China, Brazil…) and limited growth in Europe To go further: 11
    • 12. Meeting planner named a Top5 job in 2013 by CareerBuild er 12
    • 13. Advertising figures in France in 2013  Situation in France – Stagnation for the event management sector and small growth for sponsorship – 650 event agencies, suffering from the economic crisis – Political will to develop event management, but a limited competitiveness 13
    • 14. New trends for marketing  A reduced effectiveness of traditional promotional methods  Why ?   fragmentation and saturation of conventional media channels Event management is compatible with the new trends for marketing – Guerrilla marketing – Experiential marketing 14
    • 15. Guerrilla marketing  Unconventional system of promotions that relies on time, energy and imagination rather than a big marketing budget 15
    • 16. Experiential marketing  Cross-media promotional activity which encourages two way interaction and direct physical immersion into a brand 16
    • 17. Main types of events Definition: a public assembly for the purpose of celebration, education, marketing or reunion. 17
    • 18. Types of events – – – – – – – – – Social / life-cycle events (birthday party, wedding, anniversary…) Education & career events (job fair, workshop, seminar…) Sport events Entertainment events (concerts, fairs, festivals, fashion shows, flash mobs Political events Corporate events (MICE for meetings, incentives, conferences, exhibitions), product launches, road shows Religious events Fund raising / cause related events (auctions…) webinars and other virtual happenings  18
    • 19. Why organizing an event?  – – – – – – – Event Management is a different way of promoting a product, service or idea. Promote, launch or market a new product or service enhance a company's brand image increase company's sales, promote a social cause Good for corporate culture Tax reasons For digital companies, create a physical link with customers 19
    • 20. Event marketing agencies  Three main types of actors: – Subsidaries of leading communication agencies : Publicis Events (Publicis Groupe, Havas Event (Havas) , Le Public Système PCO / Sagamartha (Public Système Hopscotch) , Connect Factory (Aegis Group) – Generalist independent agencies : Australie, LA Washing , SDT Events… – Professional congress organisers : integrated services (GL Events), business trips (Equatour Voyages), incentive (Jet Stim), sport events (Eventeam), trade fairs, (Event International) 20
    • 21. Clients for event marketing   Companies Local authorities – Impact for business & tourism   NGO Case study >> TENCENT 21
    • 22. Resource 22
    • 23. Exercise (groups of 4/5)  Tencent is thinking about organizing a special event to mark its arrival into the French market – Before entering into negociations with your advertising agency, the reprensative for Tencent Europe asks you to suggest an event, an approximative budget, and 10 key-measures to realize and promote it. 23
    • 24. Event marketing 24
    • 25. Event marketing in the digital age  Traditional methods: – media advertising (press / TV / radio…) : see the rates >> – Direct marketing : post mails and emails, door-to-door, point-ofsale marketing, couponing, offering free gifts and other incentives – public relations (journalists, influencers…)  Technological innovation has allowed us to take event marketing beyond traditional tactics such as passing out flyers to methods that are more creative and far more effective. 25
    • 26. Online tools  The web is essential to : – promote an event – Tell a story – Prepare the audience for further events 26
    • 27. Marketing events through the web  Set up a custom landing page that focuses on nothing but the affair at hand  Domain vs subdomain Email campaign (text, images, video..) to inform about the importance of attending and engage in a variety of ways.  Traditional webmarketing techniques: search marketing, display, social media, affiliation…  27
    • 28. A few tips To incentivize registration: create a special offer or discount that sweetens the deal (coupons)  A well designed incentive program can not only help you boost attendance for upcoming events, it also generates buzz  More: offering of rewards, follow up, gather feedback, share your success (newsletter, blog, etc.)  28
    • 29. Online tools (assessment)       Planning an event with EventBrite Google+ Events, Facebook event page, Doodle, etc. Cross-cultural advice for organization an event in… Collaborative workshops tools : Google Drive, Diigo, Teamviewer, etc. Planning a Flashmob Webinars : goals, tools, successful examples 29
    • 30. Event management “The process of analyzing, planning, co-ordinating, staging and evaluating an event.” 30
    • 31. Social media  Hybrid of physical and digital engagement – A live event, plus “SOLOMO” (mobile, social, location-based services) enables event engagement to begin virtually, before the event. • Facebook fan page, status updates, and Facebook apps. • Twitter, LinkedIn, Viadeo, Xing… – If the social engagement online is so powerful, why bother with the live event at all? • “The more digital we go, the greater the need for in-person interaction,” No one really knows where this is going, but what is clear is that it is important for organizations to utilize the technology to remain “current” 31
    • 32. This part will not be developped. In practice, it needs to be subcontracted People involved in supporting an event        The following people are involved in supporting an event: - Organizers (principal sponsor, co-sponsor, associate sponsor…) - Sponsors (venue sponsor, gift sponsor, catering sponsor…) - Partners (media partners providing space, promotional partners doing publicity, logistic partners, Academic partner…) - Clients - Supporting Agencies (government or private) These people can either be an individual or a company. They either finance the whole event or some of its part or provide some service either at subsidized rate or for free 32
    • 33. Event Management Job Structure 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Administration Technical Services Operations Hospitality Marketing and Communication Special Services
    • 34. Event Management: HR  Depends on size and scale of the event – Event manager / event planner (very hard job, which needs a lot a time flexibility) – Event coordinator – Information manager – Logistic manager – Security manager – Infrastructure manager 34
    • 35. The Event Planning Process Although not an exhaustive list, planning an event involves: Participant Recruitment   Medical Service Planning   Facility / venue logistics   Ticketing / Box Office Management   Food Service Management   Marketing & Communications   Public Relations  Volunteer Recruitment   Hospitality / VIP Protocol Permits / Licenses Merchandise / Concessions Parking / Traffic Control Risk Management Venue Contract Negotiations Evaluation of results
    • 36. Incentives     Business improves when employees and customers are recognized, rewarded and engaged through effectively structured programs with defined goals and proven returns. recognizing top performers, motivating sales teams, planning the perfect branded event, or spurring consumer engagement that drives sale Incentive travel (for employees, distributors, supplier…) Reward programs 36
    • 37. A focus on international events 37
    • 38. Managing a multicultural team for an event abroad   Should performance-related pay systems work in the Netherlands ? • Is Management by Objectives recommendable in Vietnam or should we prefer team work and quality circles ? • Is flexibility high in Germany or do we prefer planning and budgeting long in advance? PDI Power Distance Index IDV Individualism MAS Masculinity UAI Uncertainty Avoidance Index LTO Long-Term Orientation 38
    • 39. Comparing cultures: E. Hall’s work 39
    • 40. Comparing cultures: E. Hall’s work 40
    • 41. Working environment in France    Relationships between employees are hierarchical and marked by formalism and rivalry Punctuality is treated casually in France Better not doing anything than making mistakes In companies as well as in the society, changes in France are seldom but violent. There is no habit nor culture of working in group in France: In the 3rd century, the Roman Emperor Tacite used to say that the Gauls will be unbeatable when they stop fighting with each other. 41
    • 42. Meetings in France : creativity, controversy and fast-thinking     A French person strives for verbal inventiveness, intellectual elegance, lively reasoning and rigorous analysis Meetings often last too long, with more time spent on useless questions than on strategical issues Meetings aim more at informing rather than at producing collective answers to problems Business can be conducted during any meal, but lunch is best. The « réunionite » : a typical French disease 42
    • 43. Sponsorship 43
    • 44. Exercise in group (4/5 people) : Plan an event from start to finish Duration: 1h20 – please send by email to: davidchelly@centreurope Topic: The students from the Social Media & Interactive Marketing Management Master at ESC Troyes have decided to organize a conference dedicated to digital marketing   In black : what you have to do in this exercise In red : important things that need to be done when organizing an event, but that we will ignore in this exercise 44
    • 45. Exercise in group (4/5 people) : Plan an event from start to finish  More info will be given in class 45
    • 46. Sponsorship    What is Sponsorship? “Sponsorship is an indirect way of gaining financial support by helping businesses promote their products or services in exchange for their support (financial or in-kind).” Difference between sponsorship & patronage 46
    • 47. Why sponsor an event?  Target a specific group of customers – Goodwill to the community – “Give Back”    Looks good to potential customers An efficient way of communication for regulated professions Cutbacks in marketing – new form of marketing with a good cost per number of people reached "If the primary aim of a captain were to preserve his ship, he would keep it in port forever." Thomas Aquinas "Deals ares my art form. Other people paint beautifully on canvas or write wonderful poetry. I like making deals, 47 preferably big deals." Donald Trump
    • 48. Needs to be returned for the 9th of Dec.– 8. PM to davidchelly@centreurope.org Event Management Assignment – Prepare a brochure promoting a sponsorship kit for your webmarketing school event – Evidence must be professionally presented and can comprise of documents, photographs, video clips. – More info will be given in class
    • 49. END Thanks for your participation 49

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