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CFP: The Politics of Expertise symposium

I’m running an informal symposium on expertise as part of the research seminar programme at the Birmingham Centre for Media and Cultural Research, taking place on… 277 more words

Conferences And Events

Innovations in Educational Technology – May 16, 2016

On May 16, 2016, Vancouver Community College (VCC) was pleased to present our second “Innovations in Educational Technology” showcase. Held at the VCC Downtown campus, this was an opportunity for our faculty to showcase a wide variety of education technologies and to learn from colleagues. 811 more words

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B2B User Conferences – They’re Not About You

This spring’s mega conferences like Salesforce.com’s Dreamforce and the annual Marketo Summit have made B2B industry user conferences top of mind for many marketers. But these events aren’t just for the majors. 466 more words

Conferences And Events

Pheo Para Symposium in DC

Last weekend (May 13-14, 2016) there was a 2-day conference/symposium being hosted in Washington, D.C. by the Pheo Para Alliance, the “Fourth Annual International Patient Symposium on Pheochromocytoma”. 928 more words


13 breath-taking PR blunders

Having a bad day?  At least you didn’t do what these people did.

Wardrobe malfunctions, holier-than-thou celebrities and lack of customer service insight are some of the breath-taking PR blunders of all time. 1,281 more words


Why journalists won’t come to your event

One of the questions I’m most asked is ‘can we get media along to our event?’

Or derivations of this, like ‘can we get journalists to come and see our offices’ or ‘can we get the press to come and meet our CEO’.   424 more words


The one thing most people miss when planning an event

Hot chicken, brimming wine glasses, fully-inflated balloons and soft music can help make sure your guests are content, as any event planner knows.

Events cover everything from 5000 person conferences to 50 person trade shows to 5 person breakfast briefings.   643 more words