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Revolutionize Your Meetings and Events – Free Expert Webinar

Lori Halley 27 January 2015 0 comments

Would you classify your membership events as “business-as-usual” or “breakthrough”?

Jeff Hurt an authority on meetings, adult education, conference design, digital events and social media for events and associations – believes that the traditional conference is in dire need of creativity, innovation and reinvention! He suggests most membership events have been stuck in an ancient, out-dated rut for too long.

In order to be successful, we need to shake things up and change what happens inside of your events. We need to rethink our event experience, especially now that the Web connects us to information and people the way that it does.

Would you like to learn some conference hacks?

To help membership organizations reinvent your conferences, workshops, and other events – we’ve asked Jeff Hurt (Velvet Chainsaw Consulting) to present a one-hour webinar:

Revolutionize Your Meetings And Events

Date: February 25, 2015
Time: 2:00 PM (Eastern)

This Webinar has taken place. View the entire 1 hour video recording here.

Jeff will offer tips for taking your events “from dinosaur to dynamite, with a value-driven experience that rewards attendees, exhibitors, sponsors and you.” 

In this webinar, you'll discover some compelling conversations around six big disruptive conference changes and their hacks.

Webinar learning outcomes:

  • Identify and assess six big conference areas that need to change for our 21st Century Audiences
  • Discuss the effective function of content in education programming.
  • Explore the evolving role of a speaker in 21st century conference education.

Jeff Hurt  tells us that “breakthroughs start with breaking those old rules.”

Attend this Wild Apricot Expert Webinar and find out how you can turn your “business-as-usual” meetings into “breakthrough” events!

This Webinar has taken place. View the entire 1 hour video recording here.

Image source:  Events – courtesy of BigStockPhoto.com

Lori Halley [Engaging Apricot] Lori Halley [Engaging Apricot]

Posted by Lori Halley [Engaging Apricot]

Published Tuesday, 27 January 2015 at 8:30 AM
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