Social engagement is a vital part of any corporate event strategy—before, during, and after the event. A good social engagement strategy can help drive brand awareness and deliver a better return on all that money spent on a killer event.
When you hear the phrase “self-care,” you might imagine face masks, bubble baths, and long walks on the beach–– not exactly corporate activities. Yet in reality, small actions for personal wellbeing can also take place at the office. In fact, in an age where people can stay plugged into work 24/7, they’re necessary.
Take a deep breath–– event season is over. You’ve had countless conversations, collected enough pens for a lifetime, and created a hefty stack of business cards.
When you think about following up with all of those contacts, do you get overwhelmed? Don’t worry–– your experience doesn’t have to feel that way. In fact, reconnecting with your new contacts can be fun and meaningful. Not convinced? Here are 5 surefire ways to keep those connections close: