Verve Virtual Tip #4

Verve Virtual Tip #4

Session Formats Should Be Varied Alternating between a live component, an emcee, a recorded video, or a performance keeps the show engaging at all times. And once again, this is  key to keep you there, hooked and eager to discover what was coming next. Keeping the...
Verve Virtual Tip #3

Verve Virtual Tip #3

Short Segments Are the Way to Go The second element that keeps an online event engaging is flow . Keep segments very short. Try to access a roster of diverse speakers with a lot of important topics to discuss. However, it is very easy to reach saturation quickly while...
Verve Virtual Tip #2

Verve Virtual Tip #2

Quality Production Matters When our natural point of reference is TV, we need to ensure production values are high.  Good quality images; short, scripted presentations, engaging graphics and professional hosts. Include pre-recorded videos so there is a variety of...
Verve Virtual Tip #1

Verve Virtual Tip #1

Take the audience on a journey towards your objective Design a communication flow that draws people along. Most events consist of a series of presentations designed to fill the audience’s head with information. There is no narrative flow so at the end of the event,...
The Times They are a Changin’

The Times They are a Changin’

Our world has turned upside down and we don’t know when things will return to ‘normal’. We are having to re-think nearly every aspect of our professional and personal lives. But one thing that hasn’t changed is the fundamental need for interpersonal interaction,...
The Best Chocolate cake you will ever eat…

The Best Chocolate cake you will ever eat…

My grandmother moved to Australia from Germany in 1939.  She, her husband and my 19 year old father escaped the holocaust by the skin of their teeth. In fact, the ship with all their possessions on board was turned back before it arrived in Australia. So they arrived...