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Game Changers | Kick Pipe & Drape to the Curb

Posted by Clarity Experiences on Mar 01, 2017

Changing the environment of your event space is a great way to enhance attendee engagement.  Change up the room and your attendees will notice.  Entering a room that looks different stimulates the brain and triggers a more alert and attentive state.

For years, pipe and drape has been the standard backdrop of the corporate meeting space, and for good reason. Pipe and drape is cost effective, easy to transport, and adaptable to any space. But, times are changing and attendees have seen the pipe and drape backdrop a thousand times.

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Topics: Event Planner Tips

Confident Presenters | Give Your Presenters What They Need

Posted by Conner Fernow on Nov 22, 2016

 Calm, collected, and confident. These 3 attributes describe the way every presenter should feel before going on stage. Of course your presenter might have pre-show butterflies, but they should be confident they have everything they need before going on stage. The following are 3 things every presenter should have while presenting, to give them the confidence they need.

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Topics: Event Planner Tips, Confident Presenters

Confident Presenters | 3 Mistakes Made with Confidence Monitors

Posted by Conner Fernow on Nov 07, 2016

A great speaker doesn't just speak, they engage. Providing an engaging experience for the audience is their purpose. A speaker's body language engages an audience through facing forward and maintaining eye contact, and a confidence monitor helps this. A confidence monitor takes everything your speaker may need and puts it in one place in front of them, which allows your speaker to face forward and focus on your audience and their experience. Without further adieu here are 3 mistakes made with confidence monitors.

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Topics: Audio Visual, Event Planner Tips, Confident Presenters

Event Science: Lesson 3

Posted by John Fischbeck on Apr 26, 2016

 

Event Science: Tip of The Day

"Additional conceptual schemes to be deployed in the treatment of people and the events in which they engage include the analysis of people’s experience, and the use of post experience attitude and evaluation frameworks" - The Psychology of Events

Lesson take away?

People's opinions on events are readable, take note of what peaks your attendees interests!

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Topics: Event Planner Tips

Event Science Word of the Day #1

Posted by John Fischbeck on Apr 21, 2016

Event Planners,

Event Science Word of The Day: 

Appreciation: emphasises the consumption of the artistry and personal characteristics of those involved in delivering the performance based on (a) aesthetics and appreciation for the grace and beauty of the performance itself; (b) a voyeuristic appreciation of the physical attractiveness of performers; and (c) an appreciation of the performers' personalities, especially when focusing attention on specific performers, usually those possessing the greatest prominence or notoriety.

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Topics: Event Planner Tips

Event Science: Lesson 2

Posted by John Fischbeck on Apr 20, 2016

 

Event Science: Tip of The Day

"Another perspective concerning the design of event experiences involves the application of environmental psychology to understand how event settings influence attendee behaviour. Specific considerations relevant to events include social interaction, capacity and crowding, personal space, signs, physical features, sound, lighting, colour, temperature and airflow. In this interpretation, frameworks such as the Bitner’s servicescapes model are very useful for understanding the elements of event settings."

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Topics: Event Planner Tips

Event Science: Lesson 1

Posted by John Fischbeck on Apr 19, 2016

Event Planners,

 

Event Science Lesson of the day...

"Identity theory suggests that event attendees define themselves by attending events that carry symbolic significance."

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Topics: Event Planner Tips

3 Steps for Meeting Planners To Maintain Leverage With Hotels

Posted by Clarity Experiences on Apr 12, 2016

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Topics: Audio Visual, Event Planner Tips

Are You Still Using In-House AV (Audiovisual)?

Posted by Clarity Experiences on Mar 28, 2016

 There is a time and purpose for everything, and the same principle applies in the events industry. With each event being unique, we find events need tailored solutions. This causes event planners to go searching for vendors to provide the custom solutions their event needs.

In an attempt to provide a convenient one stop shop, hotels and other event venues have created event packages to handle all your event needs from AV to seating to food options. If convenience is of utmost importance to you, the hotel's package can be convenient, but they may not be able to offer you the same level of expertise, especially in the area of AV.

Using the in-house AV company can be convenient, but is the service and outcome worth what you are paying? What venues don’t tell you about using their in-house AV team is

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Topics: Event Planner Tips

Top 5 ways to avoid a CLM as an Event Planner in managing Event Production

Posted by John Fischbeck on Mar 02, 2016

Top 5 ways to avoid a CLM as an Event Planner in managing event production

Its a catchy title but its brutally true.  If the event comes off without a hitch all is good!  If it doesn't? Not so much.  There is a reason the career path of the Event Coordinator was voted 5th most stressful jobs in America  by Business News Daily for 2015.  

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Topics: Event Planner Tips

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