Event planning is a tough job.
- Poor engagement.
- Low retention.
- High no-show rates.
- and so, much more!
All this on top of production issues and a 24/7 schedule.
But there’s a better way to solve these challenges and make an event planner or owner’s job easier:
Design experiences based on human psychology.!
Why? Because experiences occur in people’s minds, first and foremost.
Understanding how people think and why they behave the way they do allows you to:
- Fine-tune your event design and communications.
- Achieve your goals faster.
- Better cope with ever-changing event landscapes.
The Event Psychology Lab is packed with examples of how you can use key behavioral science concepts for your events. And even better? It’s backed up with plenty of references to research, and case studies.
This course is a unique opportunity to upgrade your industry skills and gain a competitive edge without adding to your already busy schedule.
Applying science findings to experience design, marketing, and business is among the top future-ready skills for event planners. The course will open up more opportunities for you and help you design remarkable events, easy.
This course is for you if you’re looking to create engaging, outstanding, and ultimately profitable experiences.
For more than 15 years, Victoria Matey has brought an independent perspective to event strategy, design, and content. Her specialty is applying scientific findings on human behavior and psychology to event design. Using behavioral science tools and knowledge, she help create more influential and memorable event experiences.
Victoria teaches and speaks about the psychology of events, strategic event planning, and other topics all over the world, including, including IMEX America, (North America’s biggest trade show for event planners) MPI Academy (Meeting Professionals International), EventMB (by Skift Meetings). She’s the author of the book 10 principles of Strategic Event Planning, about how to plan events that people want to come back to.
She received Ford Foundation IFP Fellowship, and IFP Alumni Award (2018), was named a Top 100 Smart Woman in Meetings by Smart Meetings and 2018 ChangeMaker by MeetingsNet. She holds an MSc in International Events Management from University of Surrey.