To be fair, microphone feedback isn’t always bad. Think, The Beatles, Jimmy Hendrix, The Who, and on and on. For some audiences, feedback is just fine. But, if
Topic: Events Industry
In an ever-evolving event planning industry, we understand that future-forward thinking doesn’t just keep Meeting Tomorrow’s approach to events two steps ahead, but more importantly, it allows us
Event planners are given budgets to stay within and highly skilled or seasoned professionals do a great job adhering to those financial parameters. But those budgets all roll
Incorporating green initiatives into your event planning process is quickly becoming an expectation of attendees. Sustainable events aim to reduce the demands that we place on the environment
Webcast. Broadcast. Simulcast. Video Conferencing. Satellite. Live Streaming.
All those jargon-y words essentially mean “a virtual event,” or the idea of sharing a live presentation with a virtual audience.
Ready or not, VR is here today
While virtual reality technology will not alter the fundamental needs of human communication, it will alter the format and medium of that
Audiovisual and the Meeting Planner
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When I started out as a meeting planner in 2006, I had no idea how many details I
When meeting planners start evaluating possible event destinations, the first step is digging deep into the demographics of their audience and member base.
What do they value? How does