Artificial Intelligence (AI) is wending its way into event work processes and outputs. Using AI-generated text, images, video, audio and other assets poses potential risks for event organizers. Here are some tips to help reduce those risks.
INBOUND 2023 in Boston was thought provoking, exciting, bubbling with energy, and full of mic drop quotes from great speakers. Reese Witherspoon doesn’t need an introduction. Here are the best lessons she shared:
The sponsors at INBOUND went the extra mile in delivering creative activations.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is moving faster than any technology before it. While the applications in events are a fairly shallow representation of its larger potential, the industry is still learning about these tools and their pitfalls. In part one of this article series, Dylan Monorchio provides an overview of the wider discussion.
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Independent contractors and freelancers are an important part of the event-industry labor ecosystem. However, some organizations want the flexibility of an on-demand workforce but also need a more robust level of commitment and services. Specialty agencies and consultancies address those needs.
Professor, author, speaker and entrepreneur Scott Galloway has spoken frequently about the struggle of young men in American society. One need only read the news to understand the gravity of the situation.
Recently, we opened up the Cut the Sh*t Cue the Genius vault to pull out episode 49 with business strategist and strategic advisor Vanessa Lovatt who shared some evergreen advice for brands on how to earn event ROI.
Top 15 Truthbombs about Event Leadership ~ shared by the amazing Monique Ruff-Bell / Head of Events, TED
“Encourage risk-taking, learn from failures.”
“Self-care is vital for leadership.”
“Give yourself grace and space.”
“Embrace bravery over perfectionism.”
“Manage mistakes with understanding, resilience.”
“Foster personal connections with the team.”
“Redefine success, celebrate small wins.”
This is the second in a series of articles about the event workforce and the potential of outsourced skilled labor.
The event-industry workplace is evolving. Easy access to an available supply of freelancers, independent contractors and fractional executives is changing the behaviors, capabilities and bottom-line potential of organizations that plan events. Here’s how.