FRESH is the first annual conference, which is focused exclusively on meeting design. FRESH is a platform for meeting design formats, innovation, interaction, experimentation and co-creation around techniques, tools and technology. FRESH helps meeting planners, designers and producers make meetings and events more effective and productive.
Recently Maxence Cupper, joint CEO and Founder of idloom in Belgium, and new member of the MDI, ran an educational campfire at The Meetings Show in London, focusing on developing a good marketing strategy. In the session they divided the periods that separates you from the date of your event into three main phases: Teasing, Acquisition and Closing and explored all the actions that could or should be implemented to maximise enrolment.
Checklist for an optimal marketing strategy for your event
According to Pigeonhole Live, monthly meetings are a great opportunity to engage employees and further motivat them to achieve their performance goals. However, when executed poorly, they are often justa waste of time. Pigeonhole Live has compiled a list of 9 tips on how to run effective monthly team meetings:
1. Set and follow a clearly defined meeting agenda
Structure and organisation are key. A clearly defined agenda should be set and also folliowed through.
2. Always celebrate something
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When it comes to organising an event, working inside a tight budget can sometimes seem limiting. But Interactio wants to share 5 tips with you in order for you to see how having a strict budget can really stimualte your creativity and help you deliver the best results.
1.) Identify the main value drivers for your event audience
Interview with Tim Ferguson, CEO of Audience