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How Music Nonprofits Use Eventbrite for Better Programming

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Rochester in 2011, hoping to provide a welcoming and supportive environment for budding musicians. Upstate New York-based drummer and educator Kaci Smith knew first-hand that the music scene needed more opportunities for girls, women, and LGBTQ+ folks. That’s why she launched Girls Rock! R, explains, “If music is […].

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Six fundamental ways to make a better conference

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Related posts: Participation techniques you can use in conference sessions Here’s the summary handout for my workshop on participation techniques you can use in conference sessions that I’ll be leading at MPI’s World Education Congress 2011. The notes at the.

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Chalke History Festival 2024 relaunches with event branding by Bloom

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Launched in 2011, Chalke Valley is the UK’s leading live history event. For a week every June, over 55,000 visitors, young and old, gather to hear talks, join debates and enjoy immersive experiences that bring history to life.

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Hopin Makes 5th Acquisition of Past Year, Buying Events Marketing Platform Attendify

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Attendify, an integrated event marketing platform founded in 2011 by Michael Balyasny, represents […]. That's another major move by the company that just celebrated its second anniversary this past June. No financial details were disclosed.

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The PIE: Transforming knowledge and networks

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Clare Gossage is COO & co-founder at The PIE (Professionals in International Education), which since launching in 2011 has become the sector’s hub, ‘transforming knowledge and networks’. This episode is a deep dive into The PIE, looking at its history, its drivers and the big splash it’s made in events-world.

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Gamification makes about as much sense as chocolate-dipped broccoli

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” —Ian Bogost, Gamification is B t (2011). The rhetorical power of the word “gamification” is enormous, and it does precisely what the b *s want: it takes games—a mysterious, magical, powerful medium that has captured the attention of millions of people—and it makes them accessible in the context of contemporary business.”

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Bizzabo Co-Founder Outlines How $140 Million in New Funding Will Help the Tech Firm Push Into Hybrid Events

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The company, founded in 2011, announced today that it has […]. As the eventual end of the pandemic finally appears to be in sight, event companies are homing in on the next phase for the industry: hybrid events. Event platform Bizzabo has now raised almost $138 million to fuel its continued growth in this sector.

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