If you’re going to dream, it’s better to dream big. And nothing gets bigger than planning events for big corporations. Once you handle an enterprise-level event and do it well, you immediately gain a huge amount of credibility in the eyes of other companies. And, of course, doing these large events are financially rewarding as well.
But how do you start? Read More
This week Einsteins’ Favorites shows you the best practices to follow when attending your next conference and how to break the ice and start networking. From the same conference tips category, you’ll find out which are the most powerful tools that are bound to make your presentations stand out.
PowerPoint presentations have been around seemingly forever. Case in point, it’s hard to find someone who doesn’t relate to the feeling of being stuck in a meeting, hostage to someone slowly flipping through slides and reading directly from them. Not only is that scenario an ineffective way to share information, but it’s also a surefire way to put an audience to sleep. And, unfortunately, it’s still a common practice. Read More
The event planning business is a busy one, without a doubt. Emails, meetings, site visits, and a whole lot more take up the usual day of an event manager like you.
But are all of these activities really improving your business? Companies usually don’t go down in one majestic crash like in the movies. It’s that “death by a thousand cuts” that usually kills it. A bit of extra time spent here, a bit of extra effort there and soon you’re not doing business anymore but doing chores. And chores suck.
So here are my two tips for you today to grow your business: Read More
Innovation is what makes companies great. After all, that’s what made Apple, Facebook and Google successful. If it worked for them, it can work for us.
So to be innovative, we need to come up with good ideas. But what if I told you that good ideas are bad.
Wait, what? Read More
Einsteins’ Favorites brings you this week the latest information on startups with innovative ideas for events. It also highlights the power of data in measuring and increasing the success of any event and unveils some powerful ways event planners can use to activate FOMO (fear of missing out) in their attendees.
How do you capture the attention of an audience and mesmerize them from the second the first person takes the stage to the last person leaving? Try two large 27-foot by 30-foot periaktoi (imagine two large polygons) mapped completely by video content. At Adobe MAX 2014, they sought to be the first large-scale attempt to project onto a large piece of moving scenery at a large corporate conference. This left audiences with their jaws completely on the floor and possibly one of the most beautiful pieces of visual design ever seen at a corporate event. Read More
Admit it, you definitely see yourself as a creative type. You might even aspire to create the next new bold event concept. Maybe you even fancy yourself as an event designer? Read More