5 considerations about elementary school to apply to conference planning

  September is back to school time for kids but it’s also the start of the fall conference season. Adult education and professional development is not so different from our younger days of learning and, for conference planners, there’s still learning lessons to be learned from elementary school: Defined Learning Outcomes: School curriculums are built […]

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How to Prepare a Sponsorship Prospectus

A prospectus is a sales tool for generating sponsorship support. It should be approached as a proposal to prospective sponsors, not a catalogue of available sponsorships. Some sponsors will still appreciate the latter and want a list of opportunities to choose from. But many will want to work with you to design something that optimizes their return. […]

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Putting Together a Panel Session

Panel sessions are a popular format because they are interactive by nature. But you need to clarify what kind of interaction you want to create. Do you want to inform an audience with short-format presentations to contrast perspectives? Or do you want to create a formal dialogue among a select group of individuals? Or perhaps […]

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Nametags for Networking

The final days and weeks before an event can be a busy time and nametag design may not be at the top of your priority list. But it should be given due consideration because nametags play a key role in connecting people at events. So before you start printing for your next event, consider these […]

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