EIBTM is set to release a selection of key educational seminars available to watch online via EIBTM TV. The project is part of EIBTM’s ongoing commitment to providing valuable education and support to meetings professionals on the run-up to EIBTM 2011.
Over the next three weeks, EIBTM will deliver 13 thought-provoking seminars focusing on key industry topics. All seminars are free and instant to access and create an opportunity for those who missed the EIBTM 2010 education program or were not able to attend EIBTM to view each seminar at their leisure.
The first five seminars to be released will include The EIBTM 2010 Industry Trends&Market Share Report, delivered by Rob Davidson, providing the latest research findings into the conference and incentive industry.
Additional seminars will uncover insider strategies to bringing meetings to the United States; observe a panel discussion on Meeting Architecture, debating factors that contribute to learning and motivation; and much more. Each seminar is dedicated to expanding the scope of EIBTM beyond the show floor and engaging with the meetings and events industry.
EIBTM TV will also show a series of education seminars delivered in Spanish and dedicated to the local meetings and events community in Spain. The topics addressed in this portfolio will be: Technology within Your Reach to do More with Less; Creativity in Events, in association with MPI Spanish Chapter; and Creative Catering: The Magic of Events.
Graeme Barnett, EIBTM Exhibition Director commented: “Ensuring the EIBTM brand extends beyond the formal three-day experience in Barcelona is vital to sustain and build our engagement with the global meetings industry. By using online TV, we have been able to capture and distribute key educational content to meetings industry professionals worldwide. Releasing this content free and online gives meeting professionals the opportunity to learn in a flexible environment of their own choice.
EIBTM has a reputation for delivering the industry’s best professional education - it’s one of the core brand values of our global portfolio of meetings events – and we see it as being integral in driving the development of [the] meetings and events industry forward.”