The first fresh award was won by Kristine Nygaard from Kiss The Frog, a Danish Graphic Facilitator. The Fresh award promotes tools and services that increase meeting effectiveness. Read more in the attached report. For an interview see attached report, for picture see attached pictures.
also the FRESH website
see VIDEO of the ceremony (10min)
A really good and short video on the ROI for meetings essentials
Julius Douwes is a 36 years old production manager, with skills all over the world in production, technical processes and creative solutions.
Julius worked in all areas of the event industry, technical, producer B2B, congresses, festivals indoor outdoor, parties,UN conventions and a lot more.
With the Access All Areas company Julius is starting to focus only on the highest level of production support at the event & meeting industry.
Being outside in nature makes people feel more alive, finds a series of studies published in the June 2010 issue of the Journal of Environmental Psychology. And that sense of increased vitality exists above and beyond the energizing effects of physical activity and social interaction that are often associated with our forays into the natural world, the studies show.
ScienceDaily (May 7, 2010)
That's the key finding of a University of Michigan study published in the current (May 7) issue of Science.
The study, conducted by U-M psychologists Spike W. S. Lee and Norbert Schwarz, expands on past research by showing that hand-washing does more than remove the guilt of past misdeeds.
'Development' is one of those familiar concepts that seeps almost unnoticed into the conversations of educators. They are self-evidently concerned with the development of people. But what is development? Are there particular stages that we pass through in our life course?
contents • introduction • development • stages • gender, culture and political convenience • life events • conclusion • further reading and references
ScienceDaily (Apr. 2, 2010) — Do you find yourself leading groups, or are you naturally more comfortable following others? New research shows that if you want to be a leader you're better off at the edges of a crowd, and not in the middle of the action.
And the movie industry proves us that it is possible to keep an audience attention during 2 hours non-stop. So, what is their secret?
'Meeting effectiveness' is very much under attack today. How can we change meetings into an effective and motivating experience?