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.
The annual Sustainable Meetings Conference, organized by the Green Meeting Industry Council (GMIC), convened in Montreal this year on April 22-25. Read Part 1 of our report.
A virtual event, quite simply, is one that is broadcast over the Internet. It typically has audio of a presenter, and visuals in the format of slides.
After you know what attendees learned, did, and how that affected the organization financially — only then are you ready to measure ROI.
There are some simple steps that will make any meeting — whether it’s a weekly staff meeting or an annual convention — more effective. Some will make you say “duh” and others “doh!” But they’re worth repeating, reinforcing and passing on to your friends.
How organizations use professional and industry speakers at meetings, conferences and other events is detailed in a recent survey from Tagoras and Velvet Chainsaw Consulting.
Consultants interviewed almost 250 respondents from 170 organizations, 80 percent of which hold meetings attended by at least 500 people. The report looks at how speakers are chosen, what is expected [...]
Don't confuse "innovation" with "popular." They are two very different areas.