Interactivity is one of the most important characteristics of a good training program. Constructive engagement not only leads to increased audience involvement but also helps you better understand key consumer demographics. In this age of social media interactivity, organizers ha... Read more »
Teaching a small class is tough, but a large class is an even bigger challenge. I am saying this from my personal experiences. I will never forget the way my History teacher in college screamed at the top of her voice in class (of a 150 students) just to be heard by the students in order follo... Read more »
You have seen events, which you wanted to attend but registration was closed. The same might happen with your event. If people start thinking about your event after the registration is closed, you have no way to capture their interest. You are likely to lose a major percentage of potential attendees. Want to learn how to seize every opportunity and attract prospective attendees to your event? Read on.
It’s overwhelming to be the real-time witness of how the proliferation of gadgets’ has transformed the industry trends in the event management sphere. The gadgetry revolution in today’s digitized world has opened up new ways of connecting, interacting, and sharing, thereby making events far more social and engaging. With the world tweeting day and night and event attendees interacting with the speakers through Twitter and Facebook in real-time, it leaves no doubt that technology is sneaking through our day-to-day activities slowly with time.
If social media is used correctly, it can open a channel to a new audience, potentially gaining new support for your organization. Social media can connect with people your organization does not reach through its programs or more traditional communications. Social media can f... Read more »