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May 02. 2019

6 Tips to Run Successful Video Contests

There are many kinds of video contests, but one thing is obvious: Video isn’t the future anymore, it’s now. The channels for video contests — from TV to social — are also varied. Read more…

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Mar 27. 2018

The philosophy of employee motivation

Employee motivation is one of the crucial aspects of having successful business operations in the workplace. Work motivation is comprised of several parts and needs proper regulation for satisfactory job implementation.

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Mar 11. 2018

Case study: How to engage your visitors during trade shows

Companies spend enormous amounts of time and effort to create and deliver the most relevant, interesting and captivating content at trade shows. Despite this, one question is still very difficult to answer – are your visitors actually paying attention?

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Jan 14. 2018

ExciteM: Origins and History

ExciteM, a leader in interactive reserach and audience engagement, began as a way to help a college student wake up for his exams.

Brothers Belal and Baker Hummadi dreamed up the original idea over breakfast in 2011 as a way to help Baker, then a college student, to get out of bed. The concept of Snoozy.inc was for an automated calling system that would only stop making calls when the sleepyhead entered a specific code in the phone. Read more…

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Jan 11. 2018

5 techniques to make your super long presentation seem like a breeze

Sometimes speakers have to make long presentations, whether the time is needed to go in-depth on a complex topic or because the event organizers have a lengthy time slot. Neither reason guarantees that the audience will be as committed as the speaker. Read more…

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Jan 04. 2018

Say no to inefficient company meetings: 5 ideas to make your meetings interactive and efficient

We all know how things go during casual company meetings. Usually, most of the employees are not eager to express their opinions or share their ideas with others. Some of them are shy, others keep getting distracted during the meeting or don’t pay attention.

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