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IMEX13 Frankfurt FRESH Dinner



FRESH dinner is the place where you meet others with an interest in the content side of meetings. You will have the opportunity to meet meeting planners, meeting designers, facilitators, ROI specialists, technology suppliers, actors etc. Our last dinner at IMEX Frankfurt was a great success and was sold out with more than 120 people.

Give Participants Time to Talk

It is a common error, and one that I made early in my career. Because bringing participants together is so costly to the company, and because it happens so infrequently, there is a natural tendency to cram as much information as possible into the available time.

Escape Your Conference Comfort Zone To Become Happier And Smarter -by Midcourse Corrections

Conference organizers, whatever scares you when planning your event, plan to do it now!

That’s right, run to your fear and escape your conference comfort zone!

Why? Busting out of your conference comfort zone leads to a longer, happier, smarter life with increased confidence, gratification and satisfaction, to paraphrase author Ken Budd.

Powerful Panels description and report from Kristin Arnold


Transform boring panel discussions into powerful dialogues by following these five proven steps that professional panel moderators rely on to guarantee success.

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The Panel Report

Joel-Zvi Chetzroni explains the new application for sharing digital posters content in mobile devices

Joel-Zvi Chetzroni from Multieposter explains the evolution of their tool.

How Geo Fencing works with Topi Mobile app

Geo-Fencing allows meeting organizers to set - in a simple way - areas on the map where the Topi Mobile app works.

7 Fundamental Ways To Drastically Improve Conference Breakouts by Midcourse Corrections

Concurrent sessions, often known as breakouts, are the meat and potatoes of conferences. They are also one of the most difficult areas for your continuous improvement efforts. In many associations, volunteers vet submissions, decide topics and select speakers for their annual meeting’s concurrent sessions. While well intentioned, volunteer committees rarely are equipped with a big-picture view of 21st-century adult-learning trends.

The Neuroscience of Networking: Why Networking Matters To Your Conference by Midcourse Corrections

Your brain is passionate about one thing.

So much so that when it is not thinking about a problem or focused on something specific, it defaults to doing this one thing.

Neuroscientist Dr. Matthew Lieberman says that our brains have a passion of their own. “We know this because our brains seem to devote all of its spare time to this one thing,” says Lieberman.

Thinking About Thinking
So what is it that our brains really like to do?

Using Gamification as a crowdsource channel to improve the conference experience by Midcouse Corrections

Using Gamification as a crowdsource channel to improve the conference experience

Gamification is catching more attention in conference and expo circles. Typically, conference organizers will create a game within the context of an event to increase attendee exposure to a product or service. Gamification is often used to shine a light on sponsors and exhibitors. Things like “Visit these exhibitors and get your passport stamped for a chance to win a free….”

EXPERT on Micro Expressions: Yann Van den Branden

Yann is a speaker on micro expressions and how you can use them to learn more about your 'opponent' in a commercial situation. Yann mostly teaches interactive sessions, trainings, workshops with real exercises for the participants or as a keynote speaker for a larger group. Yann has reference in large corporations in the pharmaceutical, banking, insurance and automotive world, from the USA over Japan to Russia. As an Actor he is also a member of the international business communication theatre group called YESSI JADA.

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