• morning or afternoon tea • lunch • room hire • data projector and screen • iced water and mints • note pads and pens • minimum 20 attendees •
bookings period: 01 sep - 31 dec 19 for events held: 01 sep 19 - 31 dec 20
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mantra bell city was morphed into a
miniature forest with the latest bonsai
convention exhibiting a stunning showcase of the japanese art form in the new york room. delegates mingled in the exhibition at the welcoming event getting new ideas and
marvelling at the works of art.
the members learnt new tips in the ballroom plenary sessions and workshops in the south wing creating miniature representations of australian natives. the east wing hosted traders from around the country so delegates could pick up the latest bonsai supplies. delegates celebrated the convention in style with a dinner in the ballroom to mark the 32nd national bonsai convention.
sometimes hand held microphones for audience q&a just doesn’t cut it! in those times, we need to embrace technology and use audience interaction tools.
using q&a platforms is a great way to crowd source the most interesting questions from the audience. but as with everything, new things take some time to adopt. as a part of your welcome remarks, let your audience know that you’ll be using an event tech and explain how it works. ideally, you can go through the instructions with the attendees to make sure they are able to join in.
have you heard about silent discos where people equipped with wireless headphones dance to what the dj is playing in their ears?
the popularity of these events motivated conference organizers to start incorporating wireless headphone technology into their events. the reason is simple. it solves some of their most common problems:
lack of breakout space - wireless headphone systems enable delegates in a single room to break off into smaller groups. this allows them to listen to different presentations without interruptions.
not enough time - with a packed agenda, you can set up additional speakers who can deliver simultaneous presentations and q&a sessions on different topics.
disruptions - In noisy exhibition halls, you can broadcast your content straight to your attendees without losing the main message.
low engagement rate - the audience can choose who they want to listen to. this makes the content more relevant and the event more engaging for the attendees.
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