The Ultimate List of 60+ Event Marketer Resources for Event Professionals

Kristen McCabe
Kristen McCabe  |  April 25, 2018

Anyone that works in event marketing will tell you the same thing. It is a lot of work.

Ask anyone who is involved in the craft of event marketing, and they’ll all say the same thing: It’s a lot of work. (No, really. A LOT.)

Thankfully, the internet is full of resources to help with that work!

I've scrolled the web to find those resources for you, and from research and reports to templates, worksheets, and webinars, here is my ultimate list of event marketing resources!

Event Marketing Resources for Event Professionals

This is your place to find event marketer resources for whatever you need; organized into the following groups:

Last updated: October 4, 2018

Read through the whole list, or scroll down and find just what you're looking for!

All-Around Event Marketer Resources

Event Planning and Execution 

Resources to Promote Your Event

Event Budget Resources

Resources for Working with Event Sponsors

Post-Event Process Resources

Sales and ROI From Events

Resources for Trade Shows and Expos

And there you have it - the complete list of event marketing resources.

Bookmark this page and check back the next time you need help with your event, as I’ll continually add new resources to help you execute your event marketing goals!

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And, if you have any event resources you'd like to share, feel free to find me on LinkedIn or Twitter!

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P.S. If you're looking for more event marketing resources, I've got you covered with my Ultimate Guide to Event Marketing and the following chapters: 

Kristen McCabe
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Kristen McCabe

Kristen is a Senior Content Marketing Specialist who loves writing and sharing stories about top-notch marketing. When she isn’t writing, Kristen is all about performing or anything related to her dog, Bella, who may or may not have a whole bunch of virtual doggy friendships on Instagram.