In last week’s post, we looked at the hazards of choosing a technology platform for a hybrid meeting before deciding how that meeting will be set up, who it’s supposed to serve, and what it has to achieve.
Tagged: hybrid meetings
One of the best new strategies for making conferences more audience-friendly and less carbon-intensive might soon be dead on arrival—not because the answer is incorrect, but because event organizers are asking the wrong questions.
Last year Tahira Endean organized one of the most widely talked about Event Camps, Event Camp Vancouver. It was a hybrid event that included remote participation, remote speakers, gamification and more. Here she shares some of what she learned from that experience and from many years of producing hybrid events.
Not long ago, Michelle Bruno witnessed a fascinating exchange on LinkedIn relating to the future of virtual events and who should be allowed to contribute to the discussion. She shares her experience here.
This week our #eventtable chat was on “Trends in Hybrid Events.” Our guest was Ruud Janssen of The New Objective Collective.
Ruud was one of the authors of MPI’s latest research on hybrid events, along with Samuel J. Smith, Rosa Garriga-Mora, Richard John and myself, Jenise Fryatt.
Looking for a simple way to include remote participation at your next event? Why not try a Google Hangout! Join the #eventtable community Monday June 4 at 3 pm est, as guest moderator Sanne Jolles facilitates a Twitter chat on this fascinating topic.