Know Your Audience
For any conference, you need to understand the audience you are presenting to and ensure that the content is appropriate for their particular conference or presentation. Personalisation is key and it is important not to risk boring your attendees with a presentation that is not conductive to their needs.
Select The Right Venue
Decide on the environment and location that you need to stimulate your delegates and make sure that the venue matches the theme of the conference. Try to avoid distractions such as traffic noise and parking restrictions.
To get the most out of your conference or presentation, ensure your delegates are comfortable. Good natural lighting, suitable intervals for refreshments, and break out areas all increase the overall comfort of the event.
Enrich Their Experience
Studies have proven attendees have greater brand recall when all five senses are engaged. By strategically incorporating sight, sound, smell, taste and touch, your event will be that much more memorable and successful. It is also a good idea to establish a twitter hashtag for the duration of your conferencing event and make this clear on your website.
There are many agencies who supply speakers, presenters and hosts to help engage and inspire your attendees (at a cost), and they come from a range of backgrounds – the arts, sports, politics and celebrities. This presents a great opportunity to engage and inspire your delegates and get them talking long after the event takes place.
Sourced from venues.com.au