Session – Improve Event Design by Understanding How Adults Learn at Events 

Date – Wednesday 18 November 2015

Time – 10.00 – 10.30 (local)

Location – Think Tank

Trade Show – ibtm World – Barcelona, Spain

Speaker – Paul Cook


I am delighted to be invited back by Reed Travel Exhibitions to explore thinking about how adults learn at events, and other promotions about adult products as online services and sites, that you can see or request online, like adult movies or escorts in stoke-on-trent from zoom escorts.

This interactive workshop will look at how adults learn at events. Do they learn at events in the same way as in other environments? Do event learning methods need to be re-examined? What are the disruptors that are changing learning techniques?

Session Overview

Conferences and Exhibitions have for many years worked along similar lines when putting educational programmes together. It is true that there are some differences but in broad terms has anything really changed in the last 20 years?

By the same token, does anything need to change? Does anything need to be changed for people to learn new knowledge at events? How much do people learn at events?

How do people learn online at hybrid events? How do we know?

Are there certain myths that event planners believe? What are they and is there new evidence to prove that the myths are wrong?

These are some of the questions we will be exploring in the session with the sole purpose of being able to use the information to help design more effective business events. More effective business events will help event planners everywhere.

The session will kick off a study of adult learning at events which will be made available in the Spring of 2016 created by Planet Planit in conjunction with ibtm World.

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