MC for your Conference/Event

A female emcee brings an extra dimension to your event. Your MC should weave your speakers together in an overall story to support your conference theme. You need a productive, bright, multi-tasking MC at the helm.
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Social Media for Events

Delegates are controlling the ‘backchannel’ at your event via Twitter. By undertaking social media ‘on purpose’, you can convert this backchannel to your
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How to run Expert Round-Table sessions for events

When organising events, it can be challenging to come up with different ways to provide content to the delegates. One particularly effective scenario is to set up round-tables as a ‘breakout’ option at some stage during your event. This consists of an...

4 Tips for Doing Interviews (without saying UM)

Sometimes, as a subject-matter-expert, blogger or industry professional you will be asked to do an interview for a newspaper, magazine, blog or another subject-matter-expert’s website or e-course. Very rarely will these interviews be a paid engagement and it is...

Tips for the budding MC (emcee)

Since 1996 I’ve been a professional conference speaker and MC. Most speakers arrive at the event an hour or so before their speech then leave quite quickly afterwards. I have always found it imperative to attend as much of the event as possible before my talk,...