Mark just got me in the world of Mikons, a great way to communicate, but most of all a tremendous networking ice-breaker.
Been to ad:tech, hated it!
UPDATE: This was 2008 – they may have got better but bear in mind it was a while ago. This post starts a new category in the blog, reviews. I feel like it’s time to reward those who do well as well as share bad experiences for everyone to learn. Of course it is my […]
Make sure everyone can make it with GatherGrid
Setting the time for an event can be a bit of an hassle. Coordinating the needs of everyone involved is a tedious job and there are not many tools to help. Gathergrid helps in polling the best time in an elegant fashion. How does it work? Needless to say that once you have found out […]
The Compact Calendar 2009
We love being organized and we love even more those tools that help us in being better Masters of Ceremony. Getting things done is not a title of a book for us, neither a desired state: it’s a given. David Seah released the Compact Calendar 2009. A nice template for you to print out and […]
Let’s get back networking
On Tuesday, I hosted the first Linked in London meetup. Great individuals, in a relaxed atmosphere talking about their business and networking. This juicy practice has been stripped away from us planners, possibly we deprived ourselves of it. Charging enormous amount of money for events like this and relegating networking to the coffee break made […]
Because we want to meet!
Photo by: Thomas Hawk If you are reading you probably belong to the Linkedin Event Planning & Management Group. You know that we exchange opinions in our community. You are probably also aware that I recently started a monthly networking event here in London. What you probably don’t know is that a networking event may […]
5 signs your event is web 1.0
Photo by: blogefl You probably heard of Web 2.0 Just to give you an idea, think of a static html page in 1999, well that is Web 1.0. No Interactivity, no community, no sharing. Think about blogs. This is Web 2.0. A whole new lot of possibilities. Interaction, groups, communities. You can now upload instead […]