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Why Some Events Sell Out and Others Don’t (2011 session notes)

Why Some Events Sell Out and Others Don’t Facilitator: Traci Browne Scribe notes: Sarah Vining Make invitation only, first come first serve Build the reputation and the people will come Ego building, make them feel VIP by invitation only Charge … Continue reading

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What do Event Professionals Need to Know about Mobile Applications? (2011 session notes)

Facilitators:  Ashish Jain, a2z Inc. & Danalynne Wheeler, Sybase Scribe: Danalynne Wheeler Questions to Ask Yourself When Deciding to Build an App (and what the requirements should be): – What is the need for this app – what do I want … Continue reading

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2011 event evaluations

2011 Event Evaluations Don’t take our word for the quality of this event. Here are our event evaluations for 2011 completely uncut and uncensored by Adrian Segar As is customary for Conferences That Work, we are publishing all the (anonymized) evaluations … Continue reading

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Pecha Kucha: Build connections, gain business and personally grow by using the EIR social media strategy

Here’s Jenise Fryatt‘s Pecha Kucha presentation Build connections, gain business and personally grow by using the EIR social media strategy that she gave at EventCamp East Coast on November 5, 2011.

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Pecha Kucha: Risking your hybrid event

Here’s Paul Cook‘s Pecha Kucha presentation Risking your hybrid event that he gave at EventCamp East Coast on November 5, 2011.

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Pecha Kucha: Designing meetings for the virtual brain

Here’s Andrea Sullivan’s Pecha Kucha presentation Designing meetings for the virtual brain that she gave at EventCamp East Coast on November 5, 2011.

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Pecha Kucha: A journey inside the mind of a conference producer

Here’s Traci Browne’s Pecha Kucha presentation A journey inside the mind of a conference producer that she gave at EventCamp East Coast on November 5, 2011.

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