This morning, I joined Jeff Hurt (Velvet Chainsaw Consulting) and Michael McCurry (Experient) in a webinar called: Beyond Social Media: Uncover New Ways To Connect, Engage and Educate Your Audience Physically and Virtually. The webinar was organized by InXpo and was part of their InXpoLive program. The webinar gave
I am in full blown moving mode. We are moving from Switzerland to the United States. As I write this, I am sitting on the floor of my empty apartment with only the wifi access remaining. Our furniture is loaded into a container that is starting a six week voyage
On Saturday, the self-organized twitter group #eventprofs organized its first conference. The event was called Event Camp and was centered around Social Media in Events. This was supposed to be an unconference - but was really more of a tribal meeting in my mind. [See Mike McCurry's post for more] You
Yesterday, my colleague Ruud Janssen and I delivered a presentation called the 2010 Event Technology Shopping List at EIBTM. I will post the slides and video soon. But, first I wanted to share some of the thinking that was at the heart of our work.
Worlds Are Colliding
The digital world
Today, I was asked to pick ONE event technology that offers the best ROI for events.
The questioner didn’t want to hear --“well there are several choices depending on your needs - blah, blah, blah.” He wanted one answer. He wanted it on the spot.
For me, this was gut-check time. So
Are you thinking about adding a webcast to your next conference? I feel like "live" webcasts from conferences are popping up everywhere. Just last week, three webcasts caught my attention. I watched the presentations and engaged in discussions about the content.
Though, I was surprised by the lack of standards and