Hosting events provides a substantial revenue stream for Trade Media Companies. Statista reports sponsorships are expected to exceed $63 billion dollars and 81% of marketers feel that live events are becoming more important to their company’s success (Bizzabo).
In this webinar, industry thought leaders Todd Krizelman and Alon Alroy dive into the power of events from host and marketer perspectives – to show you how events can be leveraged to significantly impact your revenue.
Co-founder and CEO
Growing up in Palo Alto, Todd Krizelman was born and raised near the epicenter of technology innovation. Todd joined veteran web architect Jesse Keller to found MediaRadar in 2007. After years of thorough research, development, and data collection, MediaRadar is now the most comprehensive data company focused on the ad sales market. He previously co-founded one ofthe world’s first social media sites. Todd led the site theGlobe.com, from inception to taking it public on NASDAQ. Krizelman is a graduate of Cornell University and Harvard Business School.
Co-Founder, Chief Customer & Customer Strategy Officer
Alon is the Co-Founder of Bizzabo, the world’s fastest growing event technology platform. Bizzabo is helping marketers and event organizers from world-leading brands to promote, manage and maximize their professional events, to create memorable and impactful experiences. Alon has built Bizzabo’s business operations from the ground up and is now overseeing its marketing, strategy customer success teams.
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