Category Archives: Event Design
Experience design is the theme running across this entire podcast episode, which features two experience design superheroes who share a wealth of priceless insights with us.
5 Questions for Jamie Murdock, VP Sales at Experient A savvy leader who is adept at tapping the wisdom of a crowd to solve complex problems. A creative thinker who asks smart questions and listens intently. A tireless advocate for … Continue reading
Questions bubble up for event professionals all the time, but many go unasked even when they can lead to event improvements…
In this episode of The VIP Lounge podcast, we’re tackling an array of challenges that are top-of-mind for event organizers, but before we do…
Dan Pink is one of my favorite non-fiction authors. It started in 2006, with A Whole New Mind: Why Right-Brainers Will Rule the Future. Filled with fascinating stories about advances made by right-brain, creative types, this book prompted a major … Continue reading
PCMA Convening Leaders is one of my favorite industry events. While I enjoy other conferences, Convening Leaders continues to be my top pick because it aligns with who I am and who I’m striving to become. I also appreciate how … Continue reading
Post authored by Jeff Fugate, SVP Strategic Sales & Marketing Let me tell you about a modern-day nightmare: I recently went four-and-a-half hours without my smartphone… while I was awake!
In this episode of The VIP Lounge podcast, we’re exploring a kaleidoscope of topics, including digital disruption, experience design, and nurturing high-performing event teams who collaborate beautifully.
Post authored by Donna Kastner, Event Marketing Specialist Change. It’s all around us. And the change machine never idles. Change is that disruptive, double-edged sword that tees up both exciting opportunities to seize and perilous threats to thwart. Within the … Continue reading
Post authored by Donna Kastner, Event Marketing Specialist. For most conferences, attendees will make their purchase decisions based on education sessions. Some attendees view events as an expedient way to earn and retain certifications, while others are more interested in … Continue reading