Interesting June

03.06.2019

Welcome to June’s That’s Interesting. We don’t normally harp-on about Live Union in this newsletter, but this month we’ve two really exciting things to share before we get to the ‘interestings’.

Interesting Breakfast
The live version of this newsletter is happening on 27th June at the fabulous Madison by St Paul’s. The content will focus on intelligent networking – how to turn your event audience into Super Connectors. Be sure to book your place.

Slider Presents
We’ve just launched a sister agency specialising in presentation design. In an increasingly noisy world great presentations have the power to get noticed – Slider can help you make the most of this.

 

Most interesting

Braindates & other ways to make smarter connections (3min read)
A perfect teaser for some of the things we’ll be talking about at the Interesting Breakfast. As people increasingly value connections over consuming yet more content, intelligent networking is crucial to effective event design.

Just plain interesting

Re-imagining event catering (2min read)
These days F&B is about far more than keeping people fed and watered. It can tell an innovation story, spark new connections and form the creative heart of an experience.

Next Gen Photo booth (1min explore)
Look up!

Flexible slides (2min read)
Despite what the audience might want, presentations typically follow a set path with little room for changing course. It doesn’t have to be this way.

Demonstrating value (3min explore)
With live experiences forming the heart of ever more B2B marketing plans, being able to see how they influence the customer journey is key. Loopd is a solution to know about. And, this article looks at how brands like IBM and Harley-Davidson collect use modern metrics to know more about the audience experience.

A venue to know about:
Barnbougle Castle


Something to go to:
Apollo 11 Exclusive

Serpentine Summer Gallery

 

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

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