The Attendee Experience: Making Your Show Count

Wednesday, May 27, 2015
1:00 PM EDT
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Many meeting professionals are conservative and slow to adapt to new methods. But organizations that aren't comfortable with the risk required to deliver a fresh approach may be left behind. If you aren't adapting, participants may simply zone out, or worse, stop attending entirely.

Today, attendees of all ages expect and react positively to novelty and deviation from routine events with a focus on originality and unique experiences. Planners need to understand the importance of venue, room set and food choices alongside content to bring attendees something new that will have a greater impact and be more memorable. They must be focused on quality both in and out of the meeting room with engaging and interactive learning experiences throughout the meeting including sessions, networking and down time.  

Join Meetings Focus, Michael Owen, head of events company EventGenuity (, for this hour-long webinar that will help you make an impression on attendees with a program that's anything but typical .

Participants will learn the following:

  • How to deliver a “wow” experience that will leave attendees impressed
  • How the use of unique venues helps create a memorable event
  • How creative room sets mix up and invigorate a program
  • How to make content delivery memorable and actionable


Earn CEUs: CIC has reviewed the learning objectives of this activity and has indicated that attendees will receive 1 CE hours in the Meeting or Event Design Domain of the CMP or CMP-HC Standards.

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