You must give consideration to the qualities of music that will be present at an event (style, organization, volume, pulse, duration, purpose, etc.). But try going deeper, learn more about your audience and understand a smidge of what legitimate, talented DJs think about when designing the auditory landscape of an event.
PowerPoint is so 2001. If you want to liven things up at your event, encourage your speakers to use an online presentation system like prezi.com, which lets them zoom in and out and skip around, or sliderocket.com/product, which lets presenters create seamless multimedia presentations. If they must use PowerPoint, introduce them to the HaikuDeck app. […]
A recent survey of audiovisual experts uncovered seven trends for meetings, events and conferences this summer. Those surveyed are members of the Rental & Staging Network, a group of geographically diverse rental and staging companies with complete event capabilities. The trends: 1) All-white set design. Dubbed the “Apple Store” syndrome. It means big, borderless white screens for […]
Securing the right ballroom for your meeting is essential for a successful event, but it’s only part of the equation. Managing the content and presentations is equally critical.
Are you a master of program logistics until you step into a ballroom? Need to know how to evaluate and hire a production team and determine your general session needs but afraid to ask? We can help.
Meet BOB. More specifically, BOBtv. The acronym stands for the Best of Business Television, a new global online platform for the event marketing industry that bXb Online is developing as part of its focus on creating face-to-face events through online stories and experiences. “Like that trusted colleague we all have in our lives, BOBtv will […]