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WellAttended: Event and Theatre Marketing / Promotion

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WellAttended: Event and Theatre Marketing / Promotion

William Rader | Founder of WellAttended - Box Office Management and Marketi

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WellAttended is a theatre and event marketing podcast for producers looking to increase their ticket sales. William Rader interviews today's most successful event producers once a week, so that you can learn new ways to promote your shows. Each episode ends with actionable advice that you immediately use to increase ticket sales. If you're listening on iTunes, please make sure to subscribe.
 
Weekly podcast about entertainment marketing, event marketing, digital marketing, social media marketing, content marketing, influencer marketing and entrepreneurship. As an owner of 3 (small) businesses I will share all my personal experiences on entrepreneurship. I will also provide you tons of value in event marketing & social media tips. Let's connect! And if you would like to be a guest on my show, please connect via my website lapinquotidien.com Website : www.lapinquotidien.com Instagr ...
 
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Terry Magelssen explains how to add production value to your show to increase your fees. He talks about how to include elements such as lighting and sound, how to explain your show requirements to technicians, and describes how to most effectively sell your show. Terry is a theatrically trained stage magician, director, author and lecturer based ou…
 
Gogo Incognito talks about producing shows from a venue owner's perspective. She explains how to approach a venue, the different types of agreements that you can make, and how to work with a venue to make your shows a success. Gogo is a co-owner of Corsair Distillery which has been a leader of American Craft Distilling for over 10 years. Gogo studi…
 
Art Grueneberger talks about how he decentralized his puppetry business. He discusses how he increased his revenue, how he systematized his sales, and explains how he trains puppeteers to perform his shows. Art is a Director, Producer, and Puppeteer. Art became fascinated by puppetry while pursuing a degree in teaching. In his last year of college,…
 
Cody Clark explains how to sell your show to specialty markets. He discusses how to get into fringe festivals, how to build relationships with organizations, how to get onto TV, and how to build a show that your audience wants to see. Cody is a 25 year old professional magician and autistic self-advocate from Louisville, KY. He was diagnosed as aut…
 
In this episode, no marketing, no entrepreneurship, no tips etc. But life as it is. Meet my 2 kids. 3 and 5 years old. They attacked my after recording one of my episodes. And they spontaneously started to talk in the microphones. I could not resist sharing this with you :-) And, when I think about it, THEY are the reason why I'm doing this podcast…
 
Hospitality Expert & Brand Experience Manager Jim Cantens (33yo) talks about how to start a business, about failing and getting up. Jim loves creating experiences for brands, especially in the world of food concepts. Enjoy! More about Jim : https://www.instagram.com/jimcantens/ More about Laurent : https://www.linkedin.com/in/laurentlootens/ https:…
 
Thomas Joos is a great entrepreneur and an amazing person. He talks about entrepreneurship, about how to create high performance teams, how to scale an event agency and how EGO stands in the way for success when entrepreneurs want to scale their business. More about Thomas Joos : https://www.linkedin.com/in/thomasjoos/?originalSubdomain=be More abo…
 
Entertainment Marketing is an ecosystem for brands : a mix of event marketing and digital marketing. With entertainment as it's fuel. Resulting in relevant data and extreme customer delight. My point is that brands should be a part of the entertainment on social media and not interrupt people. And if we talk about creating entertainment : event man…
 
Jenny Björklöf felt the entrepreneurial drive quite quickly. As an event manager she became an expert in networking. Today, she is known as a superconnector, organizing networking events and sharing Linkedin tips. Hope you enjoy the episode! More about Jenny : https://www.linkedin.com/in/jennybjorklof/?originalSubdomain=be More about Laurent Looten…
 
My talk with Lucas Decuypere is pure fire! He talks about how he lived very humbly and low profile for a long time in order to build his business. He talks about his journey as an entrepreneur and also about his dreams and his vision. Lucas is the founder and CEO of Adagio, optimizing customer experience in the digital space by designing the custom…
 
This episode is about the journey of being an entrepreneur. Caroline Vander Straeten is an Belgian entrepreneur who wants to create Disneyland for dogs. After lots of studies at management schools like Vlerick and Stanford, Caroline worked as a vet expert for different companies. In stead of choosing the easy path, she chose love. Romantic love ànd…
 
Connor Asher discusses how to start a business as a puppeteer. He talks about why he decided to start his own business and the different ways that he makes money through his puppet shows, teaching classes, and working on commercials. He also explains how he creates custom puppets and shares his design questionnaire that he sends to clients. Be sure…
 
Filip Smets is the owner and CEO of Lemon Companies, making companies digitally successful. In this episode, Filip talks about the reality and struggle of growing a business. What would really make you happy? Growing your business? Or keeping it the way it is? You can get in touch with Filip via : www.lemon.be More about me : https://www.linkedin.c…
 
Billy Guan talks about how to start planning for retirement. He discusses why you should start investing, how much you should invest, and explains popular investment strategies. Billy is a Magician and a Senior Financial Consultant and Retirement Planner. He specializes in helping people get educated on asset protection principles and wealth buildi…
 
After working for more than a decade as a General Manager for employers like TNT Express, Brussels Airport, Dachser, BAFI and Aviapartner, Philippe Fierens decided to start his own business and to be an entrepreneur. "My wife gave me a wake up call. My life was all about work and there was no balance. Since I started ExSeCo, a company in executive …
 
Christophe Morbee is a friend I've known since I was 5. Now, he is the leading man and owner of Besox, a payroll company in Belgium. Since he took over the family business, Besox is growing exponentially. His ideas about entrepreneurship are amazing and controversial. In this interview he talks about poker, cannabis, growing pains, daily habits, ho…
 
Brands are egocentric when they post on social media. They post classic advertisements on their social media accounts, without being really customer centric. In this keynote for MPI Belgium, I talk about the concept of Social TV. A way of entertaining your customers within your brand DNA. I talk about how brands should stop interrupting their custo…
 
As a serial entrepreneur in event marketing, Bart Taveirne shares every detail of his journey on how to find your real passion by listening to yourself. "I was a bartender and I never went to Cuba!". That was the moment he knew he needed to change his life. "Every Business Person is a Spiritual Person - we just got too detached". Reach your goals, …
 
In this episode I have a talk with an amazing influencer in event marketing : Nick Borelli. Coming from Cleveland Ohio, he works all over the world as a event consultant and as a public speaker. He is also an great content creator around social media marketing and the event industry. What you will learn in this episode : - how to get started in the…
 
Dan Meagher discusses how to turn ticket buyers into repeat patrons. He explains his Re|action program which includes how to contact lapsed ticket buyers, the types of offers to create to get them to come back, and how to make your patrons feel special. Download the handout in the show notes to get examples of offers and emails that Dan sends to Di…
 
Gary Berg discusses how to price your shows and make $100,000 a year. We talk about 8 factors that play a role in pricing, the formula to make $100,000, and we discuss the benefits of working with an agent. Gary founded G.L. Berg Entertainment in 1989, and today, the company is one of the largest entertainment providers across the country, contract…
 
Dan Holzman explains how to use comedy in your marketing. He talks about the three important factors for effective comedy, his framework for developing routines from the ground up, and how you can be clever with your marketing. Dan has been called a Juggling Genius because of his unique and entertaining twist on the 2000 year old art of juggling. H…
 
There are very clear rules in the filmindustry about how to do storytelling. These rules are often well applied by brands when communicating through classic media, videomarketing, social media, etc. But not when brands communicate their message via event marketing. In this episode I explain you how you can apply these storytelling rules in the deve…
 
Influencer Marketing is a great way to develop your business and your brand as an EventProf. In this interview with Mariska Kesteloo from Word of Mice we have a great talk about Influencer Marketing in the MICE industry, about daring to say "YES", about entrepreneurship, how to start a business and mentorship. Hope you enjoy this episode full of fi…
 
In this episode I explain you how the rules of event marketing can be applied to retail concepts. It is first of all about creating a solid Brand DNA for your shop. After that I go into detail on : - how to create a highly experiential shop - adding the Human Touch - being relevant to people and planet Let's connect on Instagram : https://www.insta…
 
RJ Lynch discusses the 7 hidden gems he found in the WellAttended Podcast that have helped make his shows a success. He talks about how to create a unique event, how to find a venue, how to get press, and much more. Download the handout in the show notes at the bottom of this episode. RJ is a 21 year old Communications student by day and profession…
 
In this episode, I have an open talk with the founder of Tutu Shop, Isabelle Dumortier. As a very young female entrepreneur, she runs an amazing brand, trying to run and dominate the world. It is a talk about the journey of being an entrepreneur. And also just about life. How to improve it for yourself and others. We talk about digital marketing, a…
 
Peter Boie explains how to organize your sales with a CRM. He talks about why you need a CRM, what you can do with it, how it can help increase sales, and the features you should look for when choosing one. Peter travels nationwide performing his award winning show Magician for Non-Believers. His show is one of the top booked college acts in the co…
 
Visiting New York City is an Experience. Visiting the city was very inspiring to me and it taught me 3 valuable lessons that I will apply to my event marketing business. As an event manager / event planner I will apply these three lessons on my next event concepts. It's about making choices within a concept, being friendly and positive and also abo…
 
In this episode I am interviewing the 27 year old Connor Gillivan about how to start your own business. A talk about entrepreneurship, having a good idea and monetizing it, how to solve frictions with your business partner and about staying positive and humble. Connor is a serial entrepreneur that started out of his college dorm room. Sold over $25…
 
I was always a little sceptic when I saw that book on the shelf. A 4 Hour Workweek? Really? That must be a scam. So I never bought it. But, in the end, after some recommendations, I did buy it. In this episode I go through the basic principles of the book, and I tell you how it affected my life as an event manager, an entrepreneur and as a person i…
 
Joe Diamond explains the 7 lessons he learned from getting kicked off TripAdvisor. He talks about why he got removed, how to keep this from happening to you, and how to properly use TripAdvisor to promote your business. Joe may look like a normal guy, but he has turned his fascination for the strange and mysterious into a full time career! In 2010,…
 
Lots of people hesitate to start their own business. Some of you are working for a boss and have moments of doubt : should I do this, or not? In this episode, I started with the idea of telling you why your brand should care about event marketing. But, suddenly, while starting the episode, I started talking about why you should (or should not) star…
 
I see so many event managers struggle to create a relevant event concept. In 5 easy steps, I will guide you to an easy framework to build an amazing but relevant concept for the corporate brands you are working for. It's all about really understanding your client and being creative within the Brand DNA of your client. If you can find a link between…
 
Thom Britton talks about how to use print marketing as merchandise in back of room sales. He explains what to sell, how to price the merchandise, where to put your table, and how to make the most money selling your products. You can follow along with this episode by downloading the presentation in the show notes. Thom is a fire eater, a classically…
 
Eventprofs do not market themselves in the right way. It's a real problem of image. A problem of reputation. Especially when you talk about our business to CMO's and CEO's of corporate brands. They see us too often as party planners. Not as strategic partners for their brands. And this needs to change. Event Marketing is an underestimated marketing…
 
Thom Britton talks about how to use your print marketing in social media and beyond. He explains the different image formats, how social media images are unique, and how to write a call to action. Follow along with this episode by downloading the presentation in the show notes. Thom is a fire eater, a classically trained Chef, and a director and pr…
 
In this episode I get into detail on how you can create a great story for your brand. First I tell you how you can define your story as a brand, and who your audience could be. Then I present you a specific framework on which kind of content you should create and distribute every week in order to get your story told. It is all about branding, not s…
 
Thom Britton talks about how to use print marketing to sell more tickets. He explains how to choose a design, select a designer, set your budget, and distribute your print marketing materials. You can follow along with this episode by downloading the presentation in the show notes. Thom is a fire eater, a classically trained Chef, and a director an…
 
In this episode, I have my very first guest. Jan Van Ongevalle is the founding father of cocktailbar The Pharmacy in Belgium. They work on event concepts worldwide - and work for the world's biggest brands. In this open chat, Jan talks about how he failed his first business and how he learned from that failure to create a stunning business with his…
 
Philip Peredo explains how to create a marketing plan. He talks about why it's important to have a plan, how he uses a marketing calendar, and the types of marketing that he includes on the calendar. Download the calendar and marketing checklist that's in the show notes to follow along with this episode. Philip is the owner of TickleMe Entertainmen…
 
In this episode I'm telling you why I am worried that Chanel will not survive the next economic crisis. There is an economic meltdown every 10 years. Last crash was in 2008... When things go wrong economically, brands can get in trouble. Or they disappear, or people just do not care about them anymore. When you see the activity of big luxury brands…
 
There is a clash between what content brands post on social media, and what content customers expect to see on social media. In this episode I get very practical on how brands can create amazing content on social media, without interrupting the customer experience on social platforms. I will help you, as a marketing manager, to create this content …
 
In this 9th episode, I will tell you why event managers need high emotional intelligence. And how that emotional intelligence will make you a better corporate event manager. Event Managers need to be trusted like a Swiss Banker and creative like great artists. They talk to top level managers ànd they need to be able to talk to their suppliers, thei…
 
On this episode, I will give you a great framework on how to use Event Marketing and Digital Marketing, in order to create a great Brand Experience. Event Marketing is about 2 things: creating a shareable experience and collecting as much data as you can. Digital Marketing : Here we will talk about 3 things : social media marketing / website and e-…
 
Brands and Marketing Managers that want to be more successful on Social Media, should think about it as being popular in a bar. In this episode, I compare Social Media Marketing for Brands, like being popular in a bar. The comparisons are amazing. Funny and easy to understand. Hope you enjoy it!Laurent Lootens Lapin Quotidien által
 
Stan Renard explains how to get sponsors for your shows. He talks about the different types of sponsorships, the best ways to contact individuals and companies, and how to ask for sponsorships. He also gives examples of the types of sponsorships he receives as a touring musician and for Music Biz Day. Stan is the Assistant Professor and Coordinator…
 
A week ago I got interviewed by a student in Event Marketing. One of his questions was : which 5 tips would you like to give to young students who want to become an event manager in the future? And I share the answer to this question through this 6th episode of my weekly podcast about Event Marketing and Digital Marketing. Hope you enjoy it!…
 
Jeff and Tessa Evason explain how to create a rider for your shows. They talk about why you need a rider, how to use it, and what you should include. You can follow along with us by downloading their rider which you can find in the show notes. The Evasons are one of very few couples in history who have mastered the unusual talent known as Second Si…
 
In this episode, I am explaining why I believe that event managers are the best social media managers. How they will become allround "brand experience managers", creating online and offline experiences for brands. Very useful for all kinds of event managers, working for brands directly or working for an event agency.…
 
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