Last month we shared our suggestions of some follow-worthy accounts on Instagram. This time we’re tackling Twitter. With more than 316 million active users each month, Twitter provides a steady stream of thought leadership, innovative solutions, trends, and other ideas for event and meeting professionals. These 25 accounts (in no particular order) regularly post useful, interesting content for those in the industry. We also looked for accounts that have more than 1,000 followers.
IMEX Exhibitions hosts events in the United States and Europe for the incentive travel, meeting, and event industry and shares content on those topics.
This is the personal account of Issa Jouaneh, senior vice president and general manager of American Express Meetings & Events.
The self-service ticketing platform shares articles, photos, and other information related to events around the world.
Three tools that successful event organizers use to make sure their events are consistently sold out --> http://t.co/g8FvQ58a4o— Eventbrite (@eventbrite) August 20, 2015
Shawna McKinley, MeetGreen’s director of sustainability, tweets her take on events and green trends.
The event planning software company tweets about a variety of event technology, design, and planning topics.
Mike McAllen is co-founder of Grass Shack Events & Media and one of the founders of Eventcamp.org, MeetingsPodcast.com, and AVforPlanners.com.
Liz King’s planning firm focuses on how technology can enhance events; she’s also the founder of TechsyTalk and PlannerTech.
The official Twitter account of Sparks, a global event marketing agency.
Amanda Slavin is C.E.O. and founder of CatalystCreativ, which creates millennial-focused experiential marketing activities for brands, cities, and movements.
Consultant Corbin Ball tweets primarily about technology impacting meetings, trade shows, and other events.
Cara Kleinhaut is founder and owner of Los Angeles-based Caravents.
Freeman provides marketing solutions for all types of face-to-face events and shares tweets about industry news and trends.
“Education, innovation, and inspiration” from Julius Solaris, founder and editor of Event Manager Blog.
Official twitter account of the Professional Convention Management Association.
Katherine Manfredi shares information about a variety of event-related topics such as venues, destinations, and sustainability.
Official twitter account of Rachel Wimberly, president and editor in chief of Trade Show News Network.
Tweets from Adrian Segar, founder of consulting firm Conferences That Work and author of the book of the same name.
Cvent, a maker of cloud-based solutions for planners, shares information about event management best practices, site selections tips, industry news, and company updates.
Jeff Hurt, executive vice president at Velvet Chainsaw Consulting, tweets from his personal account about meeting design, education strategies, digital trends, social media, and more.
Michelle Bruno, principal of Bruno Group Signature Events, shares her take on events, technology, and marketing.
The official Twitter account of George P. Johnson experiential marketing agency.
The official Twitter account of the Todd Group, an event management and production firm based in Los Angeles.
Tahira Endean, QuickMobile's manager of events, tweets her take on industry events and trends from her personal account.
Silvia Pellegrini is a London-based planner sharing ideas and solutions from around the world.
Event Farm provides branded invitation, ticketing, and guest registration experiences for events and tweets about a variety of industry topics.