Quick Ideas for Events Attendees Won't Forget

Add a little innovation to your convention. Try one of these suggestions to create a buzz at your next event.

Offer your guests a change from being cooped up inside all day by holding part of your event outdoors. A patio setting will allow them to take in the fresh air and natural light. Now imagine their surprise when the guest speaker literally floats on stage! That's right, a stage gently bobbing on top of a glistening pool of water. Roy Thomson Hall, home of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, has a reflecting pool situated in a beautiful outdoor patio. Its floating stage gives an entertaining twist to a typical speech.

Give your guests a chance to relax and mingle. Slow things down a little between all the excitement with an on-site oasis for your delegates. At the 2007 PCMA annual meeting, Tourism Toronto created an "Imaginarium" allowing guests to free their minds. They were treated with massages to relieve their stress, and sampled exotic teas and martinis to refresh their spirits. They were also given canvases and paints, providing a creative outlet for their thoughts.

Don't be afraid to throw in something untraditional to make your event even more memorable. We spiced things up at the ASAE's June Invitational Forum with break-dancers and graffiti artists.

It's no wonder conventions in Toronto break attendance records time after time. Contact us for ideas that will give your attendees something to talk about until the next one!

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