Worthwhile (long) read -> Thorough analysis and mind blowing piece about the future of experiences and events by Alessia Clusini . Thank you for sharing your research so generously. Originally published by Alessia Clusini (and shared here with permission) – Jul 02, 2020 – https://www.trybesagency.com/blogs/future-of-experiences-and-events-summit The Future of
A podcast from the IMEX Group. The Talking Point explores the biggest topics in the Meetings and events space. Twice a month Kit Watts, IMEX Strategic Communications Director, talks with people influencing positive change in the industry, through the lens of their annual Talking Point
CREATIVITY Caesars Entertainment is partnering with the Event Design Collective to elevate the event experience. Originally published in The Meeting Professional – January 2020 BY ANNETTE GREGG, CMM, MBA In early 2019, Caesars Entertainment announced an unprecedented partnership (tinyurl.com/CaesarsDesign) with the Event Design Collective (EDC).
By Matt Alderton, Successful Meetings In a world that’s full of fun and flavorful breakfast cereals, Kellogg’s Corn Flakes seem awfully bland and boring. But the truth is: Corn Flakes aren’t insipid — they’re innovative.Created in 1894, they were the brainchild of John Harvey Kellogg,
3 Steps to go from Event Design Thinking into Doing! The goal of this online session is to engage Event Design enthusiasts in a multidisciplinary collaboration to tackle real-world event innovation problems. Discover how by following a systematic design thinking approach, your teams will learn
original article What the International Olympic Committee now knows about event design – and why that matters to your next event “Events can be demanding for the event owner and the team responsible for delivery. But we firmly believe event design should be fun, democratic
Event Model Canvas – A Visual Event Language How would it be to have a language whereby you could explain the story of your event crystal-clear in less than 60 seconds. A language that both the event-owner and the event-planner understand. Roel Frissen and Ruud