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Expand your Reach! Learn how webcasting and content capture can enhance your events
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Expand Your Reach! Learn how webcasting and video capture can enhance and help with your chapter events

GMIC Chapter Webinar

September 13, 2011

 

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As you work to organize and expand your local GMIC chapter, you might be trying to figure out how to create interesting and relevant programs with limited resources - be it time, budget or money. With the increased options of webcasting and/or video capture, GMIC is working to find ways that you can now repurpose content created at various chapter events.

We invite you to join us on this webinar to learn how content created in a physical location and at a specific time can be used as educational content for your chapter, no matter the distance or time difference.

The webinar format will combine tactical instruction with a significant amount of time allotted for Q&A with the instructors as well as other attendees/chapter leaders.




GMIC Guest Presenters: Midori Connolly and Jessica Levin

Midori Connolly is CEO and Chief AVGirl at Pulse Staging and Events. Pulse Staging is best known for producing the industry's first set of guidelines for sustainable AudioVisual Staging – becoming the solid industry expert on the topic of green AV for live events. She is a Platinum Speaker for MPI, Green AV Columnist for rAVe, AVGirl advice columnist for PlanYourMeetings.com, Director on the Green Meetings Industry Council international Board of Directors and served on InfoComm International's first-ever Green AV Task Force. She’s an expert at hybrid meeting production for clients such as PCMA and BMW and is devoted to making AV technology more human, approachable and sustainable.

With a background in marketing and event planning, Jessica’s dual forte is networking and netweaving. She has a reputation as the "Go To” person re: marketing, event design and anything involving trends in technology. Jessica uses social networking tools to build and strengthen both personal and business relationships and teaches others how to embrace social media as a way to create both corporate and personal brands.

Jessica’s professional background includes experience in the professional services arena, association management and industrial marketing. Her strategic approach to marketing includes a mix of both traditional marketing channels and web 2.0 tactics. She focuses on creating, strengthening and maintaining relationships for business and for the people that drive them.