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Choreographed Communications provides tips, tactics and thoughts on conferences and exhibitions. The focus of the blog on conferences and exhibitions is deliberate. After all, these events offer huge opportunities for organisations to increase their brand awareness and tell their stories. Along the way we also add in posts on other aspects of business communications.
This blog originally started life (as Event IQ) with posts on event planning. The name was later changed to Choreographed Communications when it became clear that organisations that don’t choreograph their content marketing just create noise.
The amount of content for event planners on the web has grown exponentially. The drawback is it can be hard to find knowledgable, trusted experts with practical advice.
Planet Planit is a go-to resource that cuts through the clutter to do just that.Shawna McKinley
Congratulations. Your conference was a success and you have data to prove it or do you?
Event technology should help your event outcomes not hinder them.
Go to the theatre and everyone works together to produce a great experience. The same thinking has to apply to events.
Briefing your speakers is a very important element in the success of your event…
Remotely Engaging is one of the most concise, easy to understand guides for anyone wanting to extend their reach to a remote audience and grow their attendance.
Remotely Engaging events provide organisations of all types to extend their reach and sales.
Pokemon GO marketing tips. Everything you need to know to get started using Pokemon GO marketing for your event, by online marketing consultant, Ash Mashhadi.
Choosing your event speaker can be a bore or a joy. This post looks at key considerations.
Social media can really help build a brand. But only if you do it the right way, otherwise it can be a disaster.
Love this easy to read, full of tips guide for networking brilliance. Even if you are experienced you will still find something new to learn.
An event tweet up is a great way of meeting people face to face that you have only met previously online via twitter.
Risk It! – Is a very practical guide on event management. 120 pages full of easy to apply tips and techniques that can be used immediately.
Who would have thought that a speaker podium would be important? Mark Perl states the case.
How to keep speakers on time is a challenge for many event planners. How can you overcome it?
Introducing a speaker is much more than just announcing name and role.
Speaking to a remote set of delegates requires additional skills. Alan Stevens provides his opinions.
What should you consider when bringing in speakers from a distance?
Testing can seem boring to some organisers. In our experience testing is essential if you want a successful event.
Keep talking to your remote delegates. Just because you cannot see them is no excuse.
Remote delegates need the same consideration as onsite delegates when it comes to content design.
This post looks at those extra considerations of having online delegates tuning in to your event.
Why don’t people wait for a microphone when asking questions at events. In my book it’s bad manners.
Just what is a twitter chatmesier? Alan Stevens explains all.
How could you use an online presence to expand your reach? Find out more.
Taking part in an exhibition can be expensive. Here are some tips to help you make the most of your investment.
Using QR codes and mobile marketing or still using traditional methods? Heidi Thorne provides her thoughts.
Santa Claus is one of my stars and every year he has the best celebration which is always a massive event success.
What is an Unconference and could it be of value as a technique to you? Discover more with Adrian Segar.
Is there an art to creating great video content? Of course there is.
It’s easy to get confused when choosing an audio visual company for your event. This is the perfect guide for the non technical person.
Vampire Hunting is a theme for your Halloween event – How creepy can you make it?
Do QR Codes change much for the events world? Heidi Thorne offers her views.
TV and social media working in harmony together. That is the view of social media specialist, Ash Mashhhadi.
Taking part in an exhibition then you need to let people know that you will be there.
Event Camp Europe in 2011 was a combination live + remote delegate shared experience. Find out what was involved.
Ash Mashhadi provides his advice on using twitter to promote events.
Many business lessons come from TV shows if you look in the right place. Here are some lessons that can be applied to Twitter.
A different approach to a networking event by adding in the task of producing a song
Jenise Fryatt provides her opinion and experience of using improve in events.
Is coffee more important than a professional speaker? Let’s have a look at some key thoughts.
Looking for some ideas on how you will be the perfect host over the festive period? Then read on.
Event Camp Middle East (ECME12) was held in Dubai, Bahrain and online to a Worldwide audience in September 2012. This is a highlights video filmed by KSDi of the in-room participants and sponsors. Conference Content Services We love content work,...
Introduction to an alternative event type from Adrian Segar
Speaking keeps changing and in this video Roger Harrop explains the key differences between certain styles of speaking.
Choosing the wrong speaker for your event will have a big impact that can damage your reputation. Make sure you choose the right one
Marketing tips on a lean budget or no budget.
You have been working hard as an exhibitor. The show has ended and now there is more work to be done. Good luck with the follow ups.
You have been looking forward to exhibiting at the show. Now is the time to make the most of the opportunity.
Taking an exhibition stand involves time and money. How can you make the most of the opportunity?
Many presentations from exhibitor stands are dull and cannot be heard. Make sure your presentation is impressive.
At exhibitions you will always be in competition with other exhibitors. The trick is to make sure you stand out. Here is some help.
A business of any size can exhibit successfully at exhibitions. Here are some ideas to get you started.
This post looks at sustainable site selection considerations for your next event.
Comparing venues can be hard on your memory and with that in mind here is a handy venue checklist to help.
What should you look for on a venue showround? Some ideas are given in this post.
Questions, questions and more questions. The more you understand about your event the better.
When approaching venues it is essential to understand your event objectives.
How to Choose Your Event Photographer Event Photography is a key element in capturing the story of what happened. Philippa Gedge shares some of her photography insights.
What are the insights from running blended/hybrid/combination events. Whatever terms is used there are two sets of delegates – physical & remote. Both have different requirements.
Jenise Fryatt shares her tips of dealing with lavalier microphones. Get it right and you can relax.
A few thoughts on how to end a conference from Jenise Fryatt
Event site inspections can become easier with some helpful tips.
Is your event PR cutting edge or is it a bit tired? What do you need to do to make it visionary?
Are you using regional media? If not you may be missing a golden opportunity of obtaining coverage for your event.
Hot topics can be great sources of inspiration for a PR campaign.
Event planners are great at planning. PR for your event should be no different. Here are some top tips to ensure success.
Stand out with a headline that attracts interest.
PR programmes take time and money to put in place. Be sure to maximise your investment.
Awards are everywhere you go. They are all industries. But how can you make your award entry the winning one? Read on.
Here is a great 10 Day Plan to help you lose all your Twitter followers. Or do the opposite and use these tips to get more followers instead.
Death by PowerPoint can often lead to the death of an event. Fear no longer, though; I’m here to give you the cure with a simple 3-point plan.