Interesting February

Welcome to February’s That’s Interesting. There’s still time to get a ticket to next week’s Interesting Breakfast – essentially this newsletter done live! In the meantime, we share some wonderful examples of people re-imagining live experiences and harnessing the true power of being face-to-face.

Most Interesting

Serious About Sustainability? Hybrid Events Are the Answer  (5min read)

Check out our latest report on the why, what, how of multi-location hybrid events.

Just Plain Interesting

Collaborative Learning Is The Future of Networking  (3min read)
Great post on why we should approach networking as a side effect of great conversations.

WalkShops  (2min explore)
How walking-based problem solving can be used as a group exercise during events. The pioneer of this street-wisdom style of learning, David Pearl, has a new book out, Wanderful, helping you find wonder in the everyday.

Westworld Activation At CES  (3min read)
Incredible immersive experience bringing to life the pitfalls of oversharing online or, viewed through a different lens, an exemplary case study showing the possibilities for personalising an event!

The Departure Lounge  (2min explore)
Brilliantly conceived immersive installation. An example of the power of a multi-sensory experience to explore a topic we typically shy away from engaging with.

Sustainability In Events: Is This A State Of Emergency?  (3min read)
A snapshot of how venues are responding to the climate emergency and the power we have as event organisers to influence things.

Venue To Know About

The Drumsheds London

Something To Go To

We Live In An Ocean Of Air

p.s. If there’s something interesting that you’ve seen at an event, please do email us

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