In the course of researching Part 2 of our Events Training blog, we came across a piece which echoed much of which we already wanted to impart about the value of face-to-face training. So, with due acknowledgement to a base-article by the London Management Centre, here's our take on the value of our face-to-face events training. Enjoy!
Ubiquity. It’s all around us. Well, yes, in respect of the availability of online training and e-learning courses - covering everything from marmalade-making to aeronautical engineering - the web is indeed awash with opportunities for self-motivated learning.
When thinking about motivational speakers immediate thoughts are often of famous celebrities or sports heroes and their personal triumphs. But inspiration can be found in many other places and from many other walks of life.
We love fun! Who doesn't? It’s a great way to enhance an event and make it a memorable occasion for delegates; it connects people, encourages interaction and leads to brand awareness though social media. Having taken a peek at what’s available in the market, we've put together a hand picked list of great technology that’s making injecting that all important fun factor into an event easier than ever before.
The Summer holidays are a distant memory, and as you glide gently back into the reality of work, it may be time to contemplate the arduous task of organising the company Christmas Party. There’s plenty of time... or is there?
We all recognise the value of Social media in our daily lives, and we thankfully also recognise that a live event provides the most effective platform for imparting feel-good factors to large groups with force, impact and – most importantly, memorability.
The Good, The Bad and The Ugly; The Three Musketeers; ABC… Simple, catchy and highly memorable, it’s no accident that these phrases stick in our mind. They all use a classic principle called The Rule of Three. A rule, that when used to its full advantage, can turn your message and presentation into a captivating success.
Want to add uplift, contrast, interest and entertainment into your next business event? Then make it real with a live performance! For more insight and tips, read on.
When used to its full potential, branding can make an event a truly unforgettable experience – driving core messages, amplifying awareness, and generating that all important ‘buzz’ that wows attendees into taking action.Here are just a few tips you might find helpful when branding your next event:
Question 9? No, you haven’t missed anything. Well, yes, technically, there are 8 other questions which precede it, but Question 9 has become our question of choice – and the most telling of all the ones we might ask during an initial fact-find.
When it comes to rewarding your team, it doesn't get much better than whisking them off to a spectacular destination for some sightseeing,
thrill-seeking and some wonderful memories to reminisce on long after your return to the office. So, we chatted to our DMC partner Nikki Mitchell, to find out six of the most popular incentive travel destinations, and we’re delighted to be able to share them with you.
‘Welcome and would you all mind turning your phones…..on!’
For many years one of the first things a conference host would say ‘please could everyone turn their mobile phones off’. However in the last couple of years we have noticed more and more developers creating exciting and innovative apps that actually encourage event organisers to use mobile devices to increase audience engagement and feedback...