Tweet Roundup: #Eventprofs on Twitter

Tweet Roundup: #Eventprofs on Twitter

03/04/17

Welcome to Monday event profs! We’re here with our weekly Twitter roundup - otherwise known as ‘Event Profs on Twitter’ - we’ve picked out our favourite tweets from the past week that have enlightened us, made us smile and given us a serious case of evenspiration!

All your event professionals’ news right here in one easy to read list, who doesn’t love an event news roundup?

Little Big Shots

At the end of March our amazing group of little circus artists and performers appeared on the American hit children’s talent show Little Big Shots - we just can’t stop watching their videos! If you want to here more about their performance on the show and find out more about booking them for events, read it here.

Ways to save on event tech

When you’ve got a small event budget it can often be hard to figure out how you can incorporate event tech without overspending. Here are some handy, and practical, ideas from the experts at Event Manager Blog.

How mindfulness is changing meetings

We’ve talked about how the practise of wellness can be incorporate in to events like conferences, exhibitions and corporate incentives, but we’re now seeing it take a leading role in everyday meetings. Here’s how.

VR to group experience

Virtual reality is no longer being used as something that only individual users can experience in an isolated world. See how brands are creating multi-user VR experiences for attendees at their product launches and how this trend will impact on brand activations of the future.

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