Drury Design Dynamics‘ Jill Drury believes in using social media to add value for corporate events. The full-service business communications company specializing in planning and producing meetings, learning and performance[…]
A summary of the April 16 #eventtable Twitter chat. The title of the chat was Event Industry Influencers: Who Are They, Really? (Note: This chat was heavily attended and went very fast. Some tweets were lost. Our apologies.)
How can event professionals more easily create engaging events that employ brain-friendly techniques? Neuroscience researcher Andrea Sullivan will join the #eventtable Twitter chat to discuss this hot topic Monday, April[…]
Why should we be concerned with creating good feelings for attendees? More effective learning, networking and increased creativity are some of the benefits discussed at the April 2,#eventtable Twitter chat with guest Andrea Sullivan. For more, check out the following summary.
Smarter strategies to get smarter messages out to the audiences you need to reach. That’s what a Smarter Shift is about.
Social media open up new channels—and a whole new list of do’s and don’ts—for anyone who needs effective, targeted communications. So if you’re trying to attract an audience, establish a market, or bring together a community of interest for a new way of doing things, why would you use old techniques to deliver the message?