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Sometimes we are forced to change our behaviours and we end up in uncharted territories. This is one of those moments. “Tumbleweed” vs Level Flight Jet Pilots refer to your current situation as a “tumbleweed” moment. Without a proper gyroscope and compass it’s hard to
Contribution by Angeles Moreno, Director Spain for the Event Design Collective. “With Event Canvas we design Events that are the result of the work of a multidisciplinary team”, says Pilar Jiménez Event Manager from Sage Spain, upon obtaining her Level 2 Event Design Certificate of
How to reinvigorate a traditional event Reposted -> Originally posted by Roel Frissen on 27 January 2015 A brief overview of the Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) It is April 2018 and we are preparing the next edition of the Eurovision Song Contest (ESC). It has
How Event Design can decode the past and shape the future. Featuring the story of the AO Foundation. AO is using Event Design to shape their events (one of which was in Basel) around the globe. The team at AO has applied a common language
RECORDED WEBINAR: How do you design a conference like EMEC and how do you make sure it is bringing the results you want? EMEC19 design explained by the Event Owners The European Meetings and Events Conference (EMEC) will be held in The Hague, 9-12 February
As MPI’s World Education Congress #WEC17 unfolds at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas 19-22 June 2017, we documented the event in real time on an #EventCanvas. “Stop planning Meetings, Start planning Experiences”. Check out the link below for the latest updates or see the
Event Design LAB℠ Create space to think about your event Allow time for design Make conscious design choices Invite your team and your stakeholders Succesful events change behaviour Behaviour of multiple stakeholders Have meaningful conversations Create multiple prototypes, test & validate Articulate the designed result,