In Europe, it is customary to kiss a woman on the cheek when you meet. For me, an American expat, this is still a strange and awkward ritual - even after 3.5 years. To make things more complicated each country has its own customs. I always seem to forget what to
For some attendees, the registration process for your event social network is the equivalent of climbing a steep rock face. It appears impossible. You ask them to go to some website that they have never heard of – register for a username and password, enter some personal information, wait for an
Are you looking for a super-fantastic way to bundle networking and interaction into a single activity? Then you might like this idea. I found an old school way to build a social network using magic markers - it is called the “Get Connected Wall.” The “Get Connected Wall” allows your attendees to create
Imagine this: you walk into a room with 1,000 people but find yourself alone - drowning in a sea of people. Some people you know - but that lady who just walked past - who was she? Could she be a “future” customer? But before you can ask - "poof"
Three Perspectives On Audience Engagement How are you managing communication and engagement with the four generations that are attending your events? How do you invite the spirit of co-creation? How do you get adults with a 20 minute attention span to listen to a 60 minute presentation? Those are a few of the
Imagine that you are a Prince fan. Not just any fan, but a big fan. Now, imagine that Prince is coming to your town for a once-in-a-lifetime concert. Of course, you really, really, really want to go but tickets sell out in 8 minutes. You didn’t get any. Now, you are