Top 16 links on Event Camp Twin Cities and hybrid events

Posted by Jenise Fryatt on Mon, Sep 20, 2010 @ 06:18 PM


Event Camp Twin Cities took place more than a week ago, but the Twitterverse is still abuzz with talk about it and how to create equally successful hybrid events. 

This morning I heard an excellent interview of ECTC organizers Sam Smith and Ray Hansen and ECTC hybrid event moderator Emilie Barta by Kiki L'Italien which spurred me to compose this list of the top 16 posts (in no particular order) I've seen on ECTC and hybrid events.

If you know of anymore related blog posts or you want to talk about ECTC or hybrid events, don't be shy. Please add your two cents in the comments.


1 - Social media sweet spot meets ECTC10 team


2 - 4 reasons why Event Camp Twin Cities hit a hybrid event home-run - McCurry's Corner


3 - Why taking risk makes our industry better - Ready2Spark


4 - How to turn your virtual audience into actual attendees - Event Strategy Solutions


5 - 14 tips I learned about collaboration at events at ECTC10 - Sound n' Sight

6 - Twitter for Events: Eye-opening data from ten 2010 events - Midcourse Corrections


7 - Go hybrid - A live streaming cheat sheet - Midcourse Corrections


8 - 7 tips for successful live streaming events - Midcourse Corrections


9 - Virtual events can be engaging - Really - Tradeshow Institute


10 - Wrap up of the inZone at TS2


11 - Continuing the Conversation - A hybrid events hit at TS2 tradeshow - McCurry's Corner


12 - Hybrid events are a hit!! - Emilie Barta, Professional Tradeshow Presenter


13 - Will face to face events be replaced by virtual events? The answer is NO ...they will exist together! -Emilie Barta, Professional Tradeshow Presenter


14 - Hybrid meetings are big trend in meeting technology - Meeting Focus


15 - Four takeaways from a hybrid meeting that worked - Corporate Meetings & Incentives


16 -And just in case you missed it, here's the video slide-show of pictures I took at Event Camp Twin Cities.

Tags: Twitter, #ectc10, Virtual community, Event Camp Twin Cities, hybrid events, social media, meetings, interactive meetings, Event Camp