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How to use ClickShare with crowdbeamer
Peter Ryckaert – June 14, 2017

If you are regularly planning and running meetings, your focus should be on creating a climate that fosters collaboration among meeting participants – at least if you want to be serious about having more productive meetings. To help you with that, it pays to keep five simple facts in mind.

Looking for an innovative meeting format to boost creative thinking?
Sara Coene – April 25, 2017

Think about the experience and knowledge of everybody on your team combined! What an extensive resource of valuable ideas and inspiration. Above all, it’s a resource that you can easily tap into. One way to do so is to organize your team meetings in a different way, preparing for something far better than one-way communication and passive listening.

Giving an effective sales presentation
Luc Meulewaeter – March 15, 2017

A good first impression is not what your customer will ultimately remember. The last impression is most likely to be a lasting one, and you never get a second chance to make a good last impression. Read these five tips that will help you to leave a lasting impression with your customer.

Five facts to keep in mind for more productive meetings
Peter Ryckaert – February 28, 2017

If you are regularly planning and running meetings, your focus should be on creating a climate that fosters collaboration among meeting participants – at least if you want to be serious about having more productive meetings. To help you with that, it pays to keep five simple facts in mind.

How to do better than just survive the course materials battle?
Heleen Persoon – December 8, 2016

Read this blog post on the struggle to survive the course materials battle, and get a couple of ideas on how you could do much better than that.

Why do so many speakers have cold feet about digital conference handouts?
Hans Romaen – November 25, 2016

Cold feet about making digital conference handouts available to your audience? Most conference speakers find it a challenge to keep the attention of the audience during their presentation.

Why note taking and conference handouts go hand in hand
Hans Romaen – November 9, 2016

Note taking has always been very popular at conferences. Find out what many discussions with conference delegates have revealed on this.

Dare to share digital handouts to protect your ideas!
Heleen Persoon – October 27, 2016

Be bold. Share digital handouts of that presentation on which you’ve spent a lot of time. Get that digital copy of your business card to your audience.

Why not add your ideas directly to a meeting’s live handouts?
Peter Ryckaert – October 21, 2016

In case you always had the idea it would be so nice to directly add notes to a meeting’s “live handouts”: read this blog post on note taking.

How to give engaging presentations?
Luc Meulewaeter – October 14, 2016

Never forget that the only purpose of giving a presentation is to engage your audience. Keep it simple. Tell a story. Just don’t do all the talking.

Meet our blog team

Peter

Peter, a full-blooded tech entrepreneur.

Peter

Hans, an experienced conference organizer.

Heleen

Heleen, our social media expert.

Luc

Luc, technology innovation copywriter.

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