When you promise to deliver on ‘innovation’ in a dynamic city like Budapest to seasoned meeting and event professionals, it’s imperative that you deliver. And that is exactly what EMEC will do a few short weeks from now.
will spend quality time among their peers and learn from some of the
most unique and visionary speakers from across Europe. They will also
encounter a Meeting Design Area with demonstrations of meeting-room
innovations and opportunities to participate in a meeting-design
experiment focused on the impact of physical positions on groups of
participants. Other meeting design elements of the conference include
sessions such as “Designing Interaction for High Attendance Events.”
Elevating the mobile experience, MPI offers EMEC 2012 applications, now available on iPhone, iPod Touch and BlackBerry
smartphones that allow delegates to evaluate speakers and sessions
immediately, access social networking sites, direct message other
delegates and maintain a customized diary for the conference.
of these elements and experiences are designed so European event
professionals can experience live what they are learning about in dynamic sessions such as “The Revolution Starts Where?” and “Make Virtual Presentations Inspiring & Engaging.”
While dining at EMEC, delegates will taste cuisine that honours Hungarian classics, which have evolved with modern cooking techniques and pairings. Attendees will experience firsthand the expertise of FlashPoint speaker and Master Class expert Chef Christian Bitz, who consulted on the entire event’s menus. Bitz is a Danish top-model-turned-guru-chef, author, speaker and television personality who has a master’s of science in nutrition and is passionate about making meetings better by choosing food that stimulates the brain. With Bitz’s guidance, the host venue will create four unique coffee breaks where delegates can experience healthy and local food. The themes: Vitality, Brain Food, Back to Nature and Artisanal.
During the opening reception
at the Budapest Museum of Fine Arts, delegates will experience
Molecular Mixology, the latest innovation in the catering world. The
practice manipulates states of matter to create new flavours, textures
and visuals that enhance the drink and make the experience stimulating.
Registration is open, and inspiration is just around the corner for those who want to invest time in their careers and join hundreds of other leading professionals in Budapest, 29-31 January at EMEC. More information is available at www.mpiweb.org/EMEC.