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Cat got your tongue? Five ways to improve audience Q&A at events

Cat got your tongue? Five ways to improve audience Q&A at events
Suddenly you're staring out at a desolate wasteland of Easter Island statues and unsure hands half hovering in the air. 

Your e-book guide to increase audience engagement

Discover new icebreakers
Kick off your conference with engaging icebreakers 
and bring your delegates together right at the start.

Host successful Q&A sessions
Turn your attendees into active participants 
and make them part of your event Q&A sessions.

Creating Networking Opportunities

For many delegates, networking becomes the number one reason for attending conferences.

R.O.I.: Myth vs. Fact by Lauren Williams - etouches

R.O.I.—or return on investment—is a major component of event planning. It can influence many factors, such as selecting venues and speakers.

Maarten Vanneste, always working for yourself

Listen to the podcast done by Grass Shack to the Meeting Design Institute President, Maarten Vanneste about the start of his career, the challenges he faced for the last 30 years, and where the meeting industry is and should be moving forward.

Conference Pivoting: Memory, Remembering, Cues And Mnemonics

Viewing a conference presenter does not give it much sticking power in the memory to paraphrase cognitive psychologist Dr. Daniel Willingham.

A Very Short Guide to Brain-Friendly Meetings

Our brains develop to retain information that seems important and to block out what seems like noise. Here's how to get — and keep — your attendees' attention. 
 

the NEW Meeting Design Catalogue

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5 Ways to Turn Panels from Boring To Brilliant

Panels can be deadly dull, but they don’t have to be.
Here's how you can make them much, much better.
 

 

Creative Meeting Design

 
It is a challenge to keep attendees interested and engaged at meetings but with creativity and the right tools you can boost interaction and engagement.
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