I attended Event Camp East Coast Nov. 12 & 13 in Philadelphia, an unconference for events professionals born from the Twitter community #eventprofs. ECEC was the third Event Camp. Like the previous two, it offered a wonderful opportunity to connect with online #eventprofs friends and the content focused on innovation for events. But at ECEC, the innovation focus wasn't on technology. It was on the conference format itself. Here are some things I learned.
Event Camp East Coast took place Nov. 12 & 13 in Philadelphia and I was extremely fortunate to have attended it. Here are a few pictures I took at this excellent event.
I've been looking for a way to combine my passion for improv with my love of events for sometime. But as is usual with me, I have a hard time owning and acting on things I really feel passionate about. That's my fear of failure kicking in.
Imagine the giddiness of walking into a room full of "strangers" with whom you already share an online bond. Then, imagine distilling into two days, the most brilliant, passionate and helpful conversations you've had over the last 6 months concerning topics that most of your "real life" friends have little or no interest in?