Why You Should Attend EventCamp: The Conference for Event Professionals


Editor’s Note: As of Friday, April 6, EventCamp is officially SOLD OUT! If you didn’t purchase a ticket in time, keep checking our blog for future posts and videos from the EventCamp sessions.

In a recent survey by the Event Manager Blog, event professionals said that the top five things they needed to advance their career are more clients, better personal branding, better tech knowledge, better use of social media, and more education.

Did you know that you could achieve all five of these needs at one conference?

EventCamp, which takes place on Tuesday, April 10 at City Winery in Boston, will give you the tools you need to take your career and your venue to the next level. EventCamp is the only conference of its kind to bring together industry leaders and subject matter experts to share best practices and insider tips to elevate the work and careers of event professionals.

Register for EventCamp online, but act fast – Early Bird ticket rates are $225 and expire on Thursday, March 1. We also have a special block of rooms for EventCamp attendees at the Boston Park Plaza. Rooms are limited, so book yours ASAP! Registration is open to all event professionals. You don’t have to be a Tripleseat customer to attend this exclusive conference.

Attendees of this year’s EventCamp will have the opportunity to attend sessions on:

It’s All About the Guest
Speaker: Steve DiFillippo, CEO of Davio’s Northern Italian Steakhouse Restaurants

What Planners Are Really Looking For In A Venue
Panelists: Lisa Flores, Director of Sales and Marketing, Columbus Hospitality Group; Jessica Singh, Senior Planner, Global Meetings & Events, Vertex Pharmaceuticals; and Courtney Church, Partner, Corinthian Events

How to Use Data to Make Smart Decisions for Your Events Business
Speaker: Charlee Williamson, Executive Vice President of Ralph Brennan Restaurant Group

A Chef’s Perspective on Events
Panelists: Nancy Bean, Owner of WISE UP EVENTS and Co-Owner/Executive Director of the Nantucket Wine & Food Festival; William Kovel, Chef/Owner of Catalyst Restaurant and Catalyst Café; Jeremy Sewall, Partner and Executive Chef, Row 34; and David Blessing, Vice President, Culinary Arts and Development, Longwood Venues + Destinations

How to Get Results with Email, Social Media, and Other Digital Marketing Tools
Panelists: Azure Collier, Content Marketing Manager, Tripleseat; Jeannine O’Neil, Founder of  JO Social Branding; and Lindsay Higgins, Founder of L2L Creative Group

The Rise of the Pop Up: How to Create an Event Experience
Speaker: Alexis Cervasio, Founder of East Boston Oysters

Events Uncorked: Choosing the Right Wine
Speaker: Philippe Newlin, Noted Wine Educator

You’ll also have opportunities for networking with event industry peers, a special wine tasting, and a few other surprises.

EventCamp sponsors include Rosa Mexicano, and BluePay. If your organization is interested in sponsoring EventCamp, click here to learn more.