A Super Bowl Case Study (by Rosterfy and Andy Newman)
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Volunteer engagement, retention and empowerment is a global problem, traversing industries and often left to too few, with limited-to-no-resources for support.
HOW TO MAINTAIN YOUR EVENT STAFF AND PREVENT ATTRITION
Rosterfy Client Success Coordinator, Kariah White, shares her thoughts on ‘'Why Rosterfy is Better than Google Forms and Survey Monkey’.
Co-Founder, Bennett Merriman, recently posted this article on LinkedIn.
This is a guest blog written by Mummu Media Account Manager, Liam Atchison who as a graduate, coordinated a series of cycling tours on-ground at The Tour de France.
Have you thought about event accreditation? The Netball World Cup (NWC) had nearly 100,000 attendees over 10 days, and 1348 staff (732 paid-staff, and 616 volunteers) who all required some form of accreditation.
This article aims to highlight the top 5 reasons why accreditation is so important and why it's worth investing in.
The global events industry has undergone a rapid evolution of personalisation in recent years, but for the most part, this can all be attributed to the wider use of technology to enhance our understanding of end customers.
While Super Bowl LI has been over for a while now, there are some valuable lessons that we’ve been able to reflect on following our involvement in one of the world’s most watched events. We've summarized our top 5 learnings from The Super Bowl LI, designed to take your volunteer management program from good to great!