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Production Bureau – Case Study

          Production Bureau supported their client, a leading technology company, with the delivery of a bespoke exhibition stand for the Adobe Summit 2019. Standout features were TV and media screens, displaying content and being used as presentation tools.  Visitors were encouraged to engage with their client's content via a bespoke interactive interface. Production Bureau also installed a coffee bar and barista. The Challenge Production Bureau wanted to gather detailed metrics about the movement and engagement of stand visitors to help them understand how their stand was performing. Multiple screens and a coffee bar offered ample opportunity for visitors to stop and engage and Production Bureau wanted to understand if they’d achieved their aim of creating an inviting environment for visitors and staff. The Solution Three Exposure Analytics sensors were setup on the stand and monitored the delegate numbers, dwell and engagement time. The discreet sensors also captured information about busy areas of the stand and flow routes between the different sections. The Data The total number of engaged visitors was 3,635, this represents the number of prospects that dwelled for more than 60 seconds at the stand during the three days.  Engaged dwell time of nearly nine minutes was high due to staff chats, photos, demos and the coffee.           The flow chart demonstrates the value of coffee to the stand, the density of traffic flow from the coffee stand to the centre reception is very clearly illustrated.             [...]

2019-08-07T10:38:15+01:00August 7th, 2019|Categories: Case studies|Tags: , , , |

How to use event analytics to improve your brand experience

Brand experiences are now a central part of a successful marketing strategy. Budgets for experiential marketing continue to grow, even when other areas are experiencing cut backs according to IPA Bellwether and econsultancy. Event Marketer also reveal that one third of consumers have paid an admission fee to attend a brand experience or event.  Recently Volvic announced their most expensive experiential campaign ever, just one of the many brands increasing the proportion of their budget that they devote to experiential activity. This amounts to millions of pounds of investment. So, how do companies ensure a good return on that investment and continually improve their brand experiences? Historically marketers have struggled to effectively measure events and experiences beyond anecdotal evidence or gut instinct. Compared with other marketing channels, particularly digital, events have been behind the curve. This is because the tools haven’t been readily available to objectively measure experiential in the same way. But a live event analytics revolution is underway, one that is delivering marketers with the data they need to measure and improve the success of events and activations. Exposure Analytics are leading the way in live event analytics with our award-winning sensor technology that’s fully GDPR compliant. How can live event analytics help you? Start early What are your event objectives? Once you have set these you can work out what data you need to be able to measure your success and use that evaluation to plan and improve in future. This isn’t always about the big numbers and events [...]

2019-06-21T10:45:38+01:00June 20th, 2019|Categories: Aperture, Apex, Blog, EX Sensors|Tags: , , , , |

Five steps to improving your customers’ experience with event analytics

A 2018 survey found that the most exciting opportunity for Chief Marketing Officers is optimising their customer and brand experience (Understanding Customer Engagement by emarketer, May 2018). A key area for developing brand experience is in the experiential space. To be able to optimise experiences you need to understand how best to measure and enhance them so that you can make data-driven decisions. Traditionally CMOs have struggled to find the right technology to evaluate experiential marketing, but there are solutions that will bridge this gap and provide digital analytics for physical events. Here are five steps you can take to improve your customers’ experience 1. Define Good The first step to success is to understand what we need to measure. This is based on your brand or agency’s overall objectives. Therefore organisations assess marketing performance in these broad categories: Revenue growth Increase in individual sales of a product or service Increase in customer lifetime value Positive customer sentiment and feedback   2. Identify The Metrics That Matter Marketers need to track the behaviours that will help them to achieve their overall goals. These can be broken down into three broad categories. Exposure Customers and potential customers need to be aware of your business, your products and your services. So the first thing we need to measure is who saw your brand or who had the chance to see it? Engagement This is an early indication of favourability. Once your target audience is aware your business exist you want them to develop a [...]

2019-06-18T14:43:05+01:00April 3rd, 2019|Categories: Aperture, Blog|Tags: , , , , , |