2013

The Next Logical Phase of Event Hybridization and Why It Will Be a Game Changer

Fork in the Road

The merging of live events with digital content and remote attendees was bound to happen. When the Internet poked her head through the ceiling of the convention center, the industry expected something interesting to follow.

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An open letter to hotel room designers

Event Philosopher

Common sense is very uncommon. Horace Greeley I'm not a road warrior, but I'm in and out of hotels often enough to understand how most people generally use a hotel room. There's a bed, a bathroom, and electricity. For the most part, those are the important parts. With that in mind, I would like to share some helpful tips for hotel designers. 1) The bed. Thanks for upgrading almost all of the hotel beds to be heavenly or signature or whatever. That's great!

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Create efficiencies and improve customer experience through a purpose-built system

Arlo Training & Events Software

Universities are choosing to implement purpose-built systems to manage their executive/professional development programmes and events. With a system specifically designed to manage short courses, custom courses, and events, they have been able to reduce administration and offer a better website registration experience for clients. System requirements. The logistical requirements and website registration requirements for managing full time courses (e.g.

2013 40

What Will We Call Face-to-Face Meetings Next?

Fork in the Road

The third-party, face-to-face meetings industry has, by design, placed itself in a silo. For whatever reason—lethargy, existing infrastructure or the lack of a compelling impetus for change—it has developed a superiority complex.

2013 73

A Practical Guide to Measuring Event Success

Can you measure event ROI? 3 in 5 marketers can't. Learn how with this free ROI model.

How One Meetings Organization Interpreted Digital Disruption

Fork in the Road

The time we live in can only be described as bordering on the unfathomable: infants use iPads, celebrities show up at music festivals post mortem and human beings serve as wireless hotspots. We have gone from analog to digital overnight. The change is even reflected in our workplace terminology.

2013 73

Getting re-inspired

Event Philosopher

Families are the compass that guide us. They are the inspiration to reach great heights, and our comfort when we occasionally falter. Brad Henry I disappeared off the map last year as planning for my company's 6,000-person user conference kicked into high gear. Then I disappeared "for good" for 3 months as I had a new little baby girl in February! So now I'm back at work and back exploring event trends and technologies and trying to reignite my inspiration.

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What Will We Call Face-to-Face Meetings Next?

Fork in the Road

The third-party, face-to-face meetings industry has, by design, placed itself in a silo. For whatever reason—lethargy, existing infrastructure or the lack of a compelling impetus for change—it has developed a superiority complex.

2013 52

The Next Logical Phase of Event Hybridization and Why It Will Be a Game Changer

Fork in the Road

The merging of live events with digital content and remote attendees was bound to happen. When the Internet poked her head through the ceiling of the convention center, the industry expected something interesting to follow.

2013 52

The Next Logical Phase of Event Hybridization and Why It Will Be a Game Changer

Fork in the Road

The merging of live events with digital content and remote attendees was bound to happen. When the Internet poked her head through the ceiling of the convention center, the industry expected something interesting to follow.

2013 52

How One Meetings Organization Interpreted Digital Disruption

Fork in the Road

The time we live in can only be described as bordering on the unfathomable: infants use iPads, celebrities show up at music festivals post mortem and human beings serve as wireless hotspots. We have gone from analog to digital overnight. The change is even reflected in our workplace terminology.

2013 52

Effortlessly Interact with an Entire Audience from Any Location

1,000 Participants. 75 Locations. 1 Solution.

How One Meetings Organization Interpreted Digital Disruption

Fork in the Road

The time we live in can only be described as bordering on the unfathomable: infants use iPads, celebrities show up at music festivals post mortem and human beings serve as wireless hotspots. We have gone from analog to digital overnight. The change is even reflected in our workplace terminology.

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