Articles for ‘Conferences’

Event Program Printing Is Easier When You Read This Guide

Published by Matt Larson

Event program printing is often one of the last items to be crossed off your conference planning to do list. And for good reason: Speakers are notorious for sending in

Focus on These 12 Traits for Effective Adult Learning | Infographic

Published by Matt Larson

Instructing adults in the classroom is different from when they were children. Malcolm Knowles defined the unique needs of teaching adult students with his theory “Andragogy.” Take a look at

5 Ways to Use Video to Promote Your Conference

Published by Kayla Borden

Video is quickly becoming one of the most popular mediums online. More people are watching and expecting video than ever before; in 2017, online video is expected to account for

Finding the Right Mix of Conference Materials is a Juggling Act | Omnipresence

Published by Jonny Popp

Congratulations! You have successfully sourced, secured and scheduled all the session content for your upcoming conference. And from the looks of things, this conference is going to be one of

The Event Planner’s Guide to Testing Your Abstract Management System

Published by Matt Larson

 

Planning an event where you will have speakers is no easy task. Even just thinking about the hundreds of “hidden” tasks that need to be completed may cause your

The Lesson from ASAE’s Xperience Design Project? Focus on the Micro-Moments

Published by Tracy Grzybowski

Last week, three members of the Omnipress team had the privilege of participating in the launch of ASAE’s newest conference, Xperience Design Project (XDP). Leading up to the conference, we

The One Word Solution To Avoid Mission Drift | Omnipresence

Published by Jonny Popp

As a company with technology at its core, we are always keeping an eye on the big picture trends. Over the past few years, one trend that continues to pick