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The brilliant minds at Haute Dokimazo—creators of the Spontaneous Think Tank—will share their values around collaboration and much more during our webinar next week:...
Even though the scale of this obstacle is the biggest some of us have ever dealt with, it is our nature as event organizers to try to figure it out.
Meeting design where flow and movement are emphasized is important.
Ideas for integrating the principles of feng shui in meeting room design from MeetWell speaker Debra Duneier of Eco Chi
Green meetings are on the rise, the verdict is still out on whether they, and other global sustainability initiatives, can help catch the rising tides.
"Meeting planners need to focus on how to do more meetings with less travel and out-of-the-office time."
The microphone is designed to enhance audience engagement because it can be tossed from participant to participant, creating more interactions.
In this shakedown, Doug Chorpenning of the wet paint group draws on everything from intentional design to Dr. Seuss to indirectly define his company's creative ecosystem and how planners can use it to their advantage.
In this Shakedown, we asked Adrian Segar, founder of Conferences That Work, about his new book as well as the evolution of knowledge itself as both relate to improving meeting outcomes.
The FRESH conference 2015 tested out new meeting formats and event technologies. Here's a look at the rising trends they found.
Meeting industry speaker and consultant Kare Anderson offers suggestions for immersing attendees in planned sequences of memorable moments that involve the 5 senses: smell, taste, sound, sight and even “touchable” experiences.