More and more startups are coming into business every quarter. At the end of 2016 Q4, nearly 8% of the job-searchers in the United States had launched their own businesses (up by 2.5 percentage points on a YoY basis). A recent Nasscom report has predicted that more than 210000 people
The topic of user-experience design (UX) has been grabbing a lot of attention over the past few years. It can well and truly be referred to as the ‘backbone of visual designing’ (although the latter often gets more spotlight), and is closely associated with the overall usability of any digital
Event planning can be a highly rewarding field of activity. In the United States, the average yearly remuneration of event planners is a touch over $60000, with many organizers going on to make $70K or more annually. Depending on the type of event or meeting or conference you are planning
Technology is easily one of the most rapidly evolving industries at present. A recent Forrester report estimated that the worldwide tech industry is expanding at an annual rate of close to 5%. Every month, many high-profile tech-related events, conferences and trade shows are organized in different countries – primarily to
Ensuring high engagement levels is deemed as a priority by practically all professional event planners worldwide. Investing time, money and a host of other important resources on organizing a high-profile business conference or trade show can be worth it only when: a) awareness level among people about the event is
The growing importance of the mobile platform for promoting and managing events can hardly be overemphasized. By the end of 2016, an estimated 87% of all event planners had proper mobile applications for their events. On the end-user front too, the adoption of mobile event apps has been remarkable –
Over the last decade and a bit, the popularity of open source software among developers worldwide has grown steadily. By the end of this year, the total revenue from open source tools has been estimated to stand at €54292 million (a 585% increase over the €7924 million figure in 2008).