Articles Tagged ‘meetings’

How to Create an Active Online Community

Published by Steve Manicor

Wondering how to create an online event community where attendees, sponsors and exhibitors are logging into (and actively involved with) as much as their email accounts?

As a meeting or

Abstract Collection and Management Benchmarking Survey

Published by Sara Olbrantz

Omnipress is currently conducting a benchmarking survey to learn more about the needs and challenges associated with collecting and managing abstracts, speaker files, reviews and how they schedule for their

Is Your Abstract Collection System Really that Rigid?

Published by Sara Olbrantz

How would you describe your online system for collecting abstracts, reviews and final presentations?

A. It’s as flexible as my yoga instructor!

B. It’s as stiff as a board!

C.

Green Conference Materials (3 of 4) – Session Handouts

Published by Sara Olbrantz

Let’s face it – as a speaker you know many conference attendees are not going to be able to recall what they learned from your session by memory. This is

Takeaways from EventCamp Twin Cities 2011

Published by Sara Olbrantz

EventCamp Twin Cities (ECTC11) is known as the “innovation lab for events.” If you are in the meetings industry, being there is like the clichéd kid in a candy store…

Four Major Changes at HSMAI’s MEET National

Published by Sara Olbrantz

If you haven’t already heard, HSMAI’s Affordable Meetings has made some major changes to their conferences. The conference has deemed a new name, MEET, which stands for Meetings, E

12 Steps to Maximizing Your Meeting Message Through Twitter

Published by Sarah Peppel

Meetings, conferences, seminars, talks and training sessions are intended to communicate vital information to benefit the listener and yet many speakers and companies still forget to use one of today’s