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How NOT to run an event: lessons from the ill-fated Fyre Festival
How NOT to run an event: lessons from the ill-fated Fyre Festival Fyre Festival, promoted in 2017 as a lifestyle getaway on a remote island paradise - “a luxury Coachella-like music event in the…
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…you probably think that this innovation post is about you.
…you probably think that this innovation post is about you. It might be, if you can answer this question: Do you have a creative, executable idea about how to solve a real challenge, in a way that…
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Ask yourself...
We’ve been living in interesting times in 2018 and, for many of us, South Africa’s month-long December shut-down can’t come soon enough.  But…have you thought about what kind of break you’ll be…
Guests trigger the augmented reality for this fully immersive and disruptive 360 Degrees conference.
What makes good event content?
What makes good event content? Tough question, that. But we’re not afraid of tough questions. So we’ll start by telling you what good event content isn’t. It isn’t… stolen/borrowed YouTube videos…
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What does an average CEO know about theatre?
What does an average CEO know about theatre? Nothing. But our Megan Willson is no average CEO. And she knows a lot about theatre. After all, it’s one of the specialist areas of expertise that makes…