BOSTON — A 5½-hour road trip from Montreal to Boston over the weekend showed that a chartered bus to a conference can be just the right place to deliver content, generate discussion, and help participants get ready for the networking and knowledge sharing ahead of them.
Tagged: Meeting Design
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.
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.
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The following is a guest blog article by Richard De Santis of Event Management Productions originally posted on the Sound n’ Sight blog.
Far too often, clients are led astray by their “designers” or “decorators” for a special event such as a social gala. Frequently the bad advice for design is well-intentioned but uninformed.
Adrian Segar and Ruud Janssen have been co-facilitating a new type of session at meetings industry conferences that seems to be gaining fans. Check out Adrian’s description of the Solution Room here.
Not long ago, our friend Mike McAllen from the Meetings Podcast, decided he needed to concentrate on nurturing his creativity for a while. If you’ve listened to his show lately (or if you were at IMEX America 2012 in Las Vegas this week) you know that his efforts have yielded some BIG results! Here he shares his process.
Ever wonder what young genius startup entrpreneurs look for in a meeting space? Well wonder no more. Kenji Crosland explains why Seattle’s “The Easy” has become a haven for startuppers looking for the perfect place to network, collaborate and work.