The Lift Conference is perceived to be a very forward thinking and innovative conference. Here is an interesting analysis from the May 2010 event that took place in Geneva, Switzerland. It will be interesting to see how they incorporate the results of this analysis into their events in 2011. [slideshare id=4653559&doc=frogdesignresearchdetailsfinal72dpi-100630144153-phpapp01] Bottom
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"