Looking for event presenters? Try asking your membership. They’re full of secret skills! #Net2 Melbourne organizer Christie Long just posted this great request to her meetup group. An idea worth stealing?
Coming up with an event idea every month is a big job, but you don’t have to do it alone!
Recruiting a co-organizer is the ideal solution, but the ongoing commitment might scare some people off. Your members may be reluctant to commit to being a permanent member of your organizing team, but everyone has something that they're passionate about. Invite your members to co-produce a single event!
Name badges are remarkable inventions. They save us from the social awkwardness of forgotten names! Name badges also make our events more social by serving as ice breakers. Check our template for a combination name tag and participant survey that will make holding events and collecting feedback much easier.
Philadelphia’s longtime organizer, Seth Horwitz, uses “Tag tags” at his events, where they serve three purposes:
One of the best and easiest ways to record your event to set up screencasting software on the computer you use to drive your projector. You can automatically capture the slides synced with the presenter’s voice! This makes for great event summaries.