Posts about: Organising

8 Rules for conference logo design

30 August 2017

Your conference logo is one of the main images associated with your event. Whether you’re getting one designed or using an existing logo, show it some love.

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PaperCrowd: Fixing Call for Papers

11 July 2017

We’ve worked with hundreds of research conferences since 2008. One thing that bugs us? How poorly the traditional Call for Papers serves our research community. So we built PaperCrowd a new, global research conference directory.

Conference Planning

Simplify the review process with Ex Ordo

12 April 2017

With research conferences, the review process is crucial to developing a strong technical program. Submissions to conferences should be reviewed by experts in each particular topic area.  Reviewers score and grade submissions and make a recommendation for acceptance or rejection to the chair.   Ex Ordo’s platform minimises the pain involved in reviewing. Our aim is to…

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Counting the Conference Cash

4 April 2017

In our most recent posts, we have talked about ways of using Twitter to create a buzz around your conference, general ways to promote your conference and how to make your Call for Papers stand out. Before you start any promoting however, a budget needs to be put in place. Below are just some of…

Conference Planning

Creating a Conference buzz with Twitter

2 April 2017

It is important to use the most cost-effective methods to promote your conference. One of these ways is via Twitter. There are numerous benefits to using Twitter for your conference – here are some of the main ones.   The Power of Recommendations Recommendations are very powerful. A recommendation that a delegate gets from a trusted source…

Conference Promotion
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