Friday Fresh Reads 11.14

Our weekly round up of articles and blog posts that peaked our interest. Get your read on gang.

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10 New Las Vega Venues for Winter Meetings and Events  via BizBash

New conference spaces, eateries, drinking spots, and more for events and entertaining this season.

Why we clipped: Because, Vegas baby!


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Event Security: 8 Tips for Ensuring Your Event is Safe via EventMarketer

From red carpet affairs to county fairs, trade shows to fashion shows, having the proper security measures in place can ease the minds of attendees, exhibitors, speakers and celebrity guests, and even reduce insurance costs.

Why we clipped: Safety first right?


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Three Ingredients to Help you Improve your Event via Event Manager Blog

Online event registration tools, apps, responsive event websites as well as entry management systems help event professionals to save time and money. But what are the trends that actually help to improve the event experience of your attendees? What makes them come back and spread the word about your events?

Why we clipped: We thought it was a 3 ingredient brownie recipe. Kidding! We liked the bit about “Recommender Systems.”


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The 2-Step Process for Excellent Customer Service via Entrepreneur

If you have anything less than exceptional customer service in your business, you’re wasting the time of, creating extra work for and frustrating your frontline people, other staff, managers and yourself—and that’s poor management.

Why we clipped: Customer Service is priority numero uno at Freshtix. Making sure we exceed the expectations of organizers and ticket buyers  is at the core of our business.


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7 Of The Weirdest Thanksgiving Foods via The Odyssey 

Rutgers student Biya Haq introduces us to some of the weirdest Thanksgiving foods she could find including “gravy soda” and a ham and banana casserole courtesy of Paula Dean.

Why we clipped: Because we’re not all work and no play (and the pumpkin pie fortune cookies actually sound pretty good).

 

What did you read this week? Let us know in the comments or tweet us @freshtix #freshreads

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