5 Reasons to Hire a Professional MC by Jeff Civillico

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So you’re having a corporate event, and you’re spending all of this money on renting a hall, catering the event, getting a sound company, etc. Why not save a few bucks and have Bob from your company be the Corporate MC for the evening? Bob is funny…some say he is hilarious, and people like him– it’s tempting. Here’s why you should NOT go down that path.

Consider these 5 reasons and spend a few extra bucks to hire a professional Master of Ceremonies:
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Top Ten Most Significant Challenges With Conference Education - Jeff Hurt Blog

Along with pending education trends that will influence conference education, there are significant challenges that will also have a tremendous impact.

Conference organizers will face these challenges in the coming five years as traditional education methods continue to encounter disruptive innovation.

Top Ten Challenges

Here are the top ten most significant challenges in terms of their impact on logistics, planning, speakers, conference education, learning and delivery of information.


Meeting Design THE POWER OF THE CROWD How do you use the wisdom of the crowds? Participants attend conferences to gain more knowledge, but as a group they also bring with them a wealth of experience and brainpower. Those who exploit the full potential of the interaction contribute immense added value to their conference. The time is ripe for this, argue four specialists in the field of conferences and crowdsourcing.

It's a technological world

(IMEX ShowDaily3) An interviewed with Maarten Vanneste published on IMEX ShowDaily3, published on Thrusday, 23rd May 2013

It’s a technological world

The role of technology in the meetings business has evolved hugely in the past ten years and shows no sign of let up. Where once the Telex was cutting edge, organisers must now manage in an age of hybrid events, multi-screening and streamed live content. Technology is making today’s events more engaging than ever.


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