Organising internal events can be a stressful ordeal. It's no wonder that event planning is often considered to be one of the most stressful jobs out there. Having a low turnout can be an event planner’s nightmare, after putting so much time and effort into organising it. So how do you get more bums on seats for your internal events? We’ll discuss some of the ways to attract a higher turnout.
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There is always going to be one question that drops a pit in your stomach. These difficult questions can make or break your presentation. Become a pro at answering these hard questions with the help of our guide!
Everyone’s familiar with PowerPoint. Which means everyone is also familiar with “Death by PowerPoint”. The misuse of a great presentation tool has soured the brand name and sent everyone in search of PowerPoint alternative. Microsoft is now looking to combat that.
With the increasing implementation of event tech at large scale events, as an event organiser, you’ll want to ensure the audience engages as much as possible with the speakers and content. After all, event tech is one of the best tools to prove the event ROI. For this to happen, it’s a fantastic idea to ensure the audience is comfortable using the event tech.