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.
Tagged: meeting technology
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.
Though The Hunger Games might not be your idea of a great event, as he read this science fiction story, Mike McAllen began to see powerful lessons for event planners. He shares his takeaways 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.
How can meeting planners make the best use of all that event apps have to offer? Mobile Technology Evangelist Trevor Roald of QuickMobile will be on hand to help facilitate a discussion on the subject this Monday at 3 pm est on the #eventtable Twitter chat. Trevor will help us explore how to use event apps to market your event, what a success matrix could include and what can be gleaned from analytics.
Get set for yet another marketing revolution.
NFC will change the way customers discover your content.
NFC (the acronym for “Near Field Communication”) is a form of short-range wireless that bridges the gap between the real and virtual worlds.
Part 1: A Recipe for Disaster
Start out with a well-rounded, well-founded measure of enthusiasm for the latest virtual meeting technologies.
Add a healthy dose of concern about climate change, with a dollop of unintended greenwashing.