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Event planners and conference hosts all share the same concern: “Will attendees find this event helpful and useful?” You need to get the right people to your events to help both your clients and your attendees achieve their meeting objectives.
You have everyone together in one room facing the stage—now what? A corporate event or annual meeting is only as effective as its script is engaging. Here are five tips to write a script that will keep their rapt attention throughout the entire gener
Are your meetings more dreadful than mindful? Sadly, all too many fall on the dreadful side. Enterprise software developer Atlassian surveyed individuals about meetings and made some stunning discoveries.
Move over, baby boomers—Millennials are now America’s largest generation. And, according to a study by Meetings Mean Business, those 18-to-35-year-olds like to meet face to face just as much as their elders.
At its meetings during the past few years, Financial & Insurance Conference Planners has included “idea exchange” sessions on the agenda, allowing meeting planners and hospitality partners to share experiences and ideas on various topics. It’s
“The revolution will be gamified!” exclaimed Shelly Alcorn, CAE, principal, Alcorn Associates Management Consulting during a session on gamification at the recent American Society for Association Executives Annual Meeting.
1. Provide healthy food. 2. Give them a break from their chairs. A recent Hilton survey of meeting attendees revealed that planners can increase meeting productivity and attendee satisfaction by taking these two actions.
In the past few years, badging at conferences has changed rather dramatically. Going from written paper badges to printed barcode badges; in recent years RFID (radio frequency identification) badging has become more popular.