We treat our staff, our clients, and our talent with respect
Types of Events We Staff
Conferences | Trade Shows | Comic-Con | Festivals | On & Off-Premises Alcohol | Experiential Marketing | Flash Mobs | Multicultural Events | Specialty Events
A letter from the founder
Welcome to 360x Events & Promotions. I am Alexis Belway and I have been in the Talent industry my entire life. I built my first specialized Talent Agency in 1980 and sold it 10 years later to spend time with my family. In 2005, my husband Tom and I started 360x Events & Promotions…a bigger and better version of the best agency in the USA!
Our strength is in the amazing talent we promote, and our image is a reflection of the great clients we represent. We are proud of the organizational culture, positive vision and core values that of our team shares. We are all committed to exceptional customer service and dedicated to excellence in performance. At 360x there is no “I” in TEAM.
We simply love what we do, and we love the people we work with.
Now – Let’s CRUSH IT!
We Are Proud To Be A Woman Owned Veteran Owned Minority Owned Business
Meet the Rest of the Team
Senior Program Manager
Multi-Cultural Program Manager
How far in advance do I need to request staff?
If you have an event this coming weekend, please CALL US (702) 508-6000 right now! Generally, we ask for 2 – 3 weeks lead-time to assemble staff for an event. But we’ve come in and saved the day at the last minute more than once when other staffing companies fell through.
Are your Staff W-2s or 1099s?
Our workers are W-2s. What this means for you is: that we insure our staff and take care of all their payroll and workers comp needs. Less risk and less paperwork for you and more accountability for us!
What if there’s an emergency at an event?
Call us any time day or night and we will handle whatever comes your way before, during or after an event: (702) 508-6000
The number one rule of creating a memorable event:
Create an experience that makes people feel wonderful and you’ll create a lasting connection! It’s not about us spending a fortune to create non-stop entertainment or throwing a list of high-profile speakers at your attendees, it’s about creating connection and impact. So follow along for some tips on how to create that memorable event that will blow the socks off your attendees.
“People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”
Create an unforgettable entrance with docents and concierge staffing
Greet your guests with smiling faces and all their questions answered. There is no better experience than arriving at your event with a dedicated staff just waiting to cater to your attendees’ every need. It works for high-end hospitality and it will work for you.
Make it a game!
Add elements of gamification to your event and watch the friendly competition ramp up a level. Everyone loves to see their name in lights so have a board that’s highly visible where the leaders are displayed.
Get creative with those name badges
“Hello My Name Is” can be fun especially if you offer stickers with fun filler words (think “bacon”)… but don’t stop there. Think about the attendees, are they elegant? hip? funny? would a mathematical option appeal to your nerdier demographic? Putting thought into the element your participants will wear every day is worth the time and investment.
Rethink the agenda (and the networking)
If COVID taught us anything it’s that digital is the way of the future. Use QR codes for agendas and consider using a networking app that allows participants to connect on social media with each other within the conference app.
Spice up the day with visualizations
Hire artists to take the words that presenters are using and visualize them either in physical works or massive digital displays (or both). Offer participants the opportunity to take the art home if they accomplish a certain level of participation or social sharing. Or, just give the works away at random. Surprises are delightful!
Incorporate themes into everything
From food to music you can create memorable pods of experiential marketing using all 5 senses (careful with touch, of course!). Think of areas of your event as islands of experience and customize the environment to delight attendees with food, music, and even temporary tattoos and face paint (think tequila tastings and Dia de Los Muertos designs).
Don’t forget the follow-up
Most companies strive to turn casual visitors into raving fans. Post-event, you’re likely to have raving fans at the ready. Don’t waste all the goodwill! Make it easy to share pictures of your event on social media, and remind your attendees of the fun they had with photo montages posted to your company page.
Additionally, follow up with polls, surveys, and feedback opportunities. If you’re like us, you’re always striving to be better, and feedback is a great way to do more of what works (and less of what doesn’t) and help people learn more about us!