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Speculations in the Hallway

February 27, 2014

A bunch of speculations running rampant through the expo hallways.

Will the FCC approve the Comcast-TWC merger? Two items. One, after Comcast forced Netflix to pay for transit, how does that affect how the FCC views Comcast and Net Neutrality?

It Has Been an Eventful Year

December 13, 2013

Another Event

October 24, 2013

It seems that more and more companies are holding events. We have plenty of trade shows, but apparently that wasn't enough. Now master agencies have shows (some have more than one). One PR firm became an event planning company.

The FTTH Expo in Tampa

October 5, 2013

4 Tips for Trade Show Booths

September 16, 2013

It costs big dollars to attend a trade show. The booth, banner, collateral, power, furniture and Internet are big ticket items. Add the cost of travel, food and lodging for the employees to attend and you are talking about a serious investment.

In some cases, just being there is enough.

The 5 Things That make a Conference Great

August 2, 2013

I am a co-organizer for two big events per year in Tampa - BarCamp Tampa Bay and IGNITE Tampa. I attend at least 10 conferences per year. There are 5 things that are required to make a conference great.

The Venue.

Evolution of the White Board

June 13, 2013

I am at INFOCOMM this week, which is the big audio/video show. It is interesting to see the way white boards have evolved.

Clary makes a white board called Icon that is a 32" 60" TV with touch screen, a cart, a camera, speakers, and it runs win7. It is a PC, a TV monitor, a white board, and a video conferencing unit all on wheels.

Networking Tips for the Next Trade Show

January 16, 2013

With ITEXPO fast approaching (Jan. 28th in Miami Beach), here are some tips for a successful trade show.

Are you working a booth? If so, what's your goal? How will you attain it?

Rule 1: Respect the Audience

November 6, 2012

I might be hyper-sensitive when it comes to sessions - or I have sat through too many at this point in my life. Or maybe both.

Rule 1 when presenting: Respect the Audience!

Respect their time, their Attention (which is a precious gift) and their Intelligence.

Best Practices for Webinars

October 30, 2012

Just finished moderating a webinar for Kontiki on Adding Live Video to All-Hands. It seemed like a good time to go over some best practices for webinars for speakers.

  • Do not use cellphones if possible. The feedback from the phone and the poor call quality diminish the speaker's impact.
  • Speakerphones are not a good idea due to background noise. I have been on a lot of calls with barking dogs, TV blaring, and other noises.
  • Remember that it is ultimately about the content and the user experience.


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