5 Ways To Liven Up Your Next Inverness Business Conference

1. Panel Discussions: The Power Of Collecting Knowledge Sharing

Since two heads are better than one and three heads are better than two, avoid lecture-style learning by creating a panel at your next business conference. Select three to five experts or team members to be your panel. Then pose questions to the panel, and give each person a chance to respond. Not only are panel discussions a great way to avoid lecture learning, they allow attendees to get multiple, well-rounded answers to any question asked.

People attending a business conference in Inverness

2. Rapid Fire Learning: Fast-Track The Learning Process

This is a sure-fire way to ensure your next Inverness business conference doesn’t have a dull moment. Get multiple speakers from different disciplines to present in the same session under strict guidelines. For example, give 5 speakers 10 minutes to present their ideas in no more than 10 PowerPoint slides. The fast-paced learning session will keep conference attendees on their toes through the fast change of topics and ideas in such a short space of time.

3. Cosy Breakaways: Inverness Business Conference With A Difference

When choosing Inverness conference venues, make sure the venue you choose has comfortable breakaway areas that will keep attendees engaged in a comfortable surrounding. Things like coffee and charging stations, or conversation prompters in hallways and staging zones will help keep attendees on-site between sessions, instead of running to their cars or hotel rooms.

4. Eliminate Down Time: Keep The Conversation Going

Attendees are hungry for information. So feed them well – even between sessions. Incorporate multiple channels of communication like LCD monitors that stream conference updates into your next Inverness business conference. This information can be streamed on a website or social media platforms to keep the conversation going.

5. Offsite Events: After Your Inverness Business Conference

Keep attendees from retiring to their hotel rooms by keeping them engaged well after the conference. So when it comes to choosing Inverness conference venues, make sure your venue can arrange a variety of post-conference engagement and entertainment. Whisky tasting, sightseeing or golf are all great ways to build relationships and cement new partnerships long after the conference is over.

Private Whisky Tasting at the Kingsmills Hotel in Inverness

So there you have it. 5 sure ways to liven up your next Inverness business conference. To find out more about our conference venues and hosting a conference at the Kingsmills Hotel, contact our Meetings and Events team on 01463 257 102.