Event technology should help your event outcomes not hinder them.
Event outcomes are much stronger when planners and speakers work together in harmony.
Remotely Engaging events provide associations with an opportunity to enhance their membership offering.
Choosing your event speaker can be a bore or a joy. This post looks at key considerations.
How to keep speakers on time is the eternal problem for both a Master of Ceremonies and a conference organizer.
Introducing a speaker is much more than just announcing name and role.
If you have Remote delegates attending your event make sure you do not forget the importance of planning their programme.
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.
Taking part in an exhibition can be expensive. Here are some tips to help you make the most of your investment.
What is an Unconference and could it be of value as a technique to you? Discover more with Adrian Segar.
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.
Event Camp Europe in 2011 was a combination live + remote delegate shared experience. Find out what was involved.
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.
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...
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
Event Photography is a key element in capturing the story of what happened. Philippa Gedge shares some of her photography insights.
A few thoughts on how to end a conference from Jenise Fryatt
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.