December Education Event
December 12 @ 3:00 pm - 6:30 pm MST
December Education Event
Join us on Thursday, December 12th, 2019 at Millennium Harvest House Boulder!
3:00 – 3:30 PM – Registration & New Member Orientation
3:30 – 5:00 PM – Educational Program
5:00 – 6:30 PM- Networking Reception
Tell Your Community’s Stories and They Will Tell Your Event’s Story
Producing an event is like building a campfire. A well-built fire will attract and retain people who will share what they have for the betterment of the group. The stories of those who gather are the stars, while your job is to maintain the fire. This session will show you how engagement tools including digital engagement platforms, intentional design, fulfilling stakeholder missions, fear of missing out, attendee psychographics and influencer marketing can all work together to empower everyone contributing to your event. Done well, they will help grow its reach and resonance.
- Discuss examples of intentional experience design that provide the context attendees need to tell their personal truths
- Explain how to make attendee and stakeholder values your most important engagement tools
- Explore ways to inject more vulnerability, authenticity and an overall increase in humanity in every message your event shares
Nick Borelli’s mission is: “Improving live experiences for attendees by supporting and advancing event professionals globally”. Nick started his journey towards that goal when he joined the event industry at age 14. He specializes in digital marketing strategies through consulting, coaching, and brand communication management for events and event companies. He speaks internationally on a range of topics.
Nick has been volunteering with associations at the local level as well as international in a variety of leadership positions and is currently a member of the PCMA POWER Chapter. Nick also serves as the PR & Marketing chair for the event industry non-profit, The SEARCH Foundation.
Senior Care Package Donations
Many homebound seniors feel lonely in their daily lives. Because they don’t get around as much as they used to, they often miss the daily human interactions they used to have and are grateful for some extra attention around the holidays. Please join Rocky Mountain PCMA as we put together senior care packages for a local low-income senior center. We will be putting together the packages during the December Educational event and need some extra help in making these packages pop!
Please sign up to help by buying the requested gifts or donating money so we can buy gift wrapping supplies, holiday cards, and remaining gifts. Questions, please reach out to Regan Robertson at email@example.com
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