Resist the temptation to try to collect as much information as possible. Just gather the information most relevant to your event.
One-on-one encounters don’t occur often enough between speakers and audience members.
Audiences come, and audiences go, from one conference or convention to the next. While there, they hear from one speaker after another. As months and years go by, how many of those speakers do you suppose leave a lasting impact? The answer: not many.
You can be different. Just use these six key components to delivering [...]
General sessions are the biggest opportunity your group has to get its message across to your attendees, and more often than not, that opportunity is wasted.
Ten ways event companies can enter the new world of digital content marketing?
To rock your next meeting, remember to be agile, that your attendees want to learn not just listen and that "we" spaces beat "I" spaces.
This year's Sustainable Meetings Conference convened in Montreal on April 22-25. Part 2 of our report considers "gamification," the "blink" concept and weavers.