Here's how universities are using Photoboxx to engage their alumni and make a lasting impression at events.
Every year, the city of Spokane holds the annual Bloomsday Run at the beginning of May. The 12 kilometer road race marks the beginning of summer and draws a crowd of over 60,000 runners and spectators of all ages from all over the country. The race is known for the beautiful blooming flowers along the course, as well as the infamous Doomsday Hill, which is 3/4 of a mile steep climb that can make or break the run.
In recent years, universities of all sizes have begun harnessing the power of social media to boost their Giving Day donation amounts.
Can't resist the urge to take out your phone and snap a photo after that awesome workout you just had? You’re not alone! Whether we like it or not, social media is an integral part of workout culture. And more and more event coordinators are leveraging the draw of “the selfie” to expand their reach and create a tribe atmosphere around their brand.
We’ve got a few helpful takeaways from Cornell University’s recent campaign to help you get the most out of your next Giving Day.
The Photo Grid Display is a fun and fresh tool to help your audience engage and interact with your brand during hashtag printing events.
Teens. Young Adults. Generation Z.
There is a seemingly large gap between this generation and older ones and many organizations are at a loss with how to get this tech-focused group involved + engaged at youth events. One of the most effective ways to get students involved has been to incorporate #hashtagprinting with creative backdrops and props to create the perfect photo-op for students.
Conferences are changing.
Yes, you still have hundreds to thousands of guests filing into convention centers, making the rounds and sipping coffee over keynotes, but something’s different.
Every year on on February 4th, World Cancer Day empowers millions of people across the world to show support and raise awareness about cancer in a positive and inspiring way.
Conference guests were rocking out at 2019 #NAMMShow this year. Check out how this bright orange van generated hundreds of thousands of impressions on social media.