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How to Succeed At Attendee Engagement [Presentation]

What’s in the presentation?

You are most likely reading this post, because you want to succeed at audience engagement.

Maybe you are looking for ideas. Maybe you are looking help.

Think about the presentation above as a starter kit to help you succeed at audience engagement. Inside the presentation you will find the following:

  • Process for thinking about your attendees, their behaviors and designing successful experiences.
  • Questions that are designed to get you to think beyond technology and toward the people and process which is commonly missing in most failed audience engagement exercises.
  • Examples of audience engagement ideas some that you might have never considered.


Why should you pay attention to this presentation?

We are helping marketers, association executives, agencies and others succeed at attendee engagement across all of the events in their portfolio.

There are not many people who have successfully activated attendees in trade show booths, social events, galas, national sales meetings, customer events, dealer meetings, association meetings and internal conferences.

Luckily we are good at it!


Do you need more help?

It’s important to us that you are successful at attendee engagement in your events. There are three ways we can help you.

(1)   We can answer any questions that you might have and point you in the right direction. Call our office at 612-200-1010

(2)  We can provide consulting support over the phone or onsite production and design.

(3)  Provide digital solutions (

Whether you have an event with a few dozen people or a customer event with 10,000+ attendees. We can help.

Good Luck with your next event!


Written by

Samuel J. Smith is the Managing Director of Interactive Meeting Technology, LLC. He wakes up every morning to save the world from stuffing attendees in chairs for hours on end at events. Oh, and he has small children who usually want some breakfast.