One of the main reasons people attendee events is for education and development. However, 80% of what is learned at events is forgotten in 48 hours. It is crucial to make sure you implementing learning and performance design for your event. Designing meaningful educational settings and formats can truly set your organization apart, improve retention and application of knowledge attendees learn and ultimately deliver on personal and professional needs of participant and organization. On this episode, our iconic guests Avinash Chandarana of MCI Group, and Dru Cutler of Drury Design Group are here to discuss learning and performance design and how it can enhance your event and improve your attendee's experiences. If you want your information and sessions to stick you need to watch this episode! We want to help keep you up-to-date with the latest and greatest! Below, in our Epic Resources section, we link the awesome insider favorites that were mentioned in this episode! You WANT to check these out! What has been your favorite episode so far? Comment below and let us know! You're watching this recording of our event industry podcast episode here on our blog, but wouldn't you rather watch live, ask your own questions, and participate in person? Subscribe now to watch live! (We'll remind you of upcoming episodes.) We would love for you to join us LIVE and bring your questions for our icons. How To Subscribe: \tClick here to watch the show live and get email notifications of new episodes. \tSubscribe via iTunes: Video & Audio or Audio Only \tClick here to subscribe via RSS (non-iTunes feed): Video & Audio or Audio Only Follow our iconic guests on Twitter: \tAvinash Chandarana of MCI Group (@avo_globalnomad) \tDru Cutler of Drury Design Group (@drucutler) \tTahira Endean of Intentional Event Design ( @TahiraCreates) Check out the epic resources mentioned in this episode: \tDUARTE \tWhat is Microlearning \tKolb's Learning Cycle What are your favorite tips and tricks for creating and designing for learning and performance? Comment below and let us know.