8 Words Heard: European Meetings & Events Conference 2016

8 Words Heard: European Meetings & Events Conference 2016

By Stephanie Davis Smith, February 10, 2016

5. Flexibility

The MPI team, including president and CEO Paul Van Deventer, discussed their openness to changing the session schedule on the fly. If attendees discover a topic that’s becoming important on day one through networking and chatter, MPI leaves room to throw a new session on that topic by day three and pushes it out on the app. This creates a fluid schedule that meets the needs of the attendees over concrete scheduling.

Photo credit: Jonathan Grevsen

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