September 22 - Meelika Lehola
How to rock the audience with a killer performance like Steve jobs did?
September 15 - Shannon Kelly
Today’s conferences are all about creating an experience, not just organizing an event.
In fact, according to a study by IACC, 75% of participating meeting planners said their job duties involve more “experience creation” than it did just two to five years ago.
Here are 4 ways to engage your attendees and offer more interactive breakout sessions.
September 8 - Mindy Wheeler
Making a connection with your attendees is the ultimate goal as an event planner. Storytelling is a great way to make that connection. An engaging, attention grabbing story will make anyone sit up and listen. Here are 5 keys to effectively share a story at your next event:
August 24 - Mark Kessels
What constitutes a great customer experience at your trade fair or congress? Why does it matter at all? 5 reasons why it makes sense for you as an organizer to consider experience design: http://bit.ly/experience-design-for-events
August 11 - Will Curan
"While there’s a magical experience awaiting those who attend, are you all over the planning side of things? After all, music festivals are often large in scale, spanning multiple days and drawing huge crowds. But all those factors mean if you take a shortcut, a lot of attendees could be affected, and the success of your event may be a disappointment."
August 9 - Stephanie Williams
August 4 - Mark Kessels, CEO and founder of Converve - Networking software for events
Facial recognition technologies are no longer something out of science fiction — they are becoming part of our everyday lives. What does face detection have to offer the event industry? Check it out at http://bit.ly/facial-recognition-events
June 30 - Esther Vergeer en Eveline Helmink – hoofdredacteur Happinez
Om op hoog niveau te presteren moet je wél topfit zijn. Ga direct aan de slag met de praktische tips.