This site gathers and shares all tools and services available to improve the outcome of meetings, conferences or events via change & innovation leading to positive impact for stake holders. It is about meeting design and the toolbox to get meetings more fun, better networking and learning.

The best of Meeting Design in a day

16 Nov 2015 09:00
16 Nov 2015 18:00

The world of meeting professionals is changing rapidly and staying up to speed becomes ever more important. Designing better meetings is gaining relevance and rapidly growing in importance.

Meeting Design Campfire Programme at IMEX America

13 Oct 2015 11:00
15 Oct 2015 12:30
Las Vegas
Heading to IMEX America and looking for inspiring education on meeting design?

Here is your chance: join the Meeting Design Campfire sessions, it's free and no pre-registration is required.

FRESH dinner at IMEX Las Vegas 2015

13 Oct 2015 19:00
13 Oct 2015 22:00
Madame Tussauds - Las Vegas


Business Improvement Conference Education Trends

Does your conference education drive attendees’ business performance?

Or are your offerings more a roll of the dice, leaving it up to chance that they impact the attendees’ job performance.

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.

Free Report: What Millennials Want in Meetings

Millennial meeting attendees value face-to-face networking at meetings and events just as much as previous generations. Recognizing this, forward thinking industry stakeholders are implementing next generation meeting design and event technologies that are more aligned with Millennials’ generational preferences.

Serious Fun & Entertrainment

We offer acts, workshops & trainings full of humour, energy, and inspiration.

The Five Golden Rules of Adult Learning Every #EventProf Needs to Know, Backed by Science

You know the situation. You bring your delegates to a conference room and seat them in the audience. They cross their arms, put on a teach-me face, and expect presenters to teach them new stuff or skills without any active involvement.
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