Making Your Next Virtual Team Presentation A Roaring Success

It’s safe to say that the business environment and the way we interact with clients and prospects is very different than it was just several weeks ago. In-person contact has been replaced by social distancing, and virtual meetings have become the new norm. We find ourselves moving out of conference rooms and onto platforms like WebEx, . . .

When Should You Start Planning Your Next Event?

With travel and meeting restrictions bringing event plans to a grinding halt due to ever-evolving coronavirus concerns, production technicians, meeting managers, and training teams now find themselves with something that was previously hard to come by… TIME. Therefore, don’t fret if you’re staring at an empty event calendar. Start planning! It’s important to keep a . . .

The 5 Elements of Crisis Communication

With the ongoing coronavirus crisis, companies are working hard to reassure customers about safety precautions and new procedures. However, it’s just as important to stay on top of internal communications. Employees are worried about what comes next, especially as teams shift to remote work and sales reps are called out of the field. Working from . . .

Video Production Tips: No Studio Required

Cancelled. Postponed. These two words have recently echoed through the event industry as social distancing and remote working become the new normal for the foreseeable future. Companies are communicating via video conferences, artists and musicians are going “Live” from their phones, and even fitness trainers are streaming classes from the confines of their home to . . .

How to Transition to a Virtual Event

With travel at a stand-still, most meetings and conferences have been postponed or cancelled. Employees are being asked to work remotely which leaves many companies scrambling to figure out how to share key messages and to make the most of unexpected down time. Now is the time for clear communication and strong leadership. Keep your . . .

Tips for Working from Home

We are all experiencing challenges due to the Novel Coronavirus / COVID-19 to varying degrees and workplaces around the world are making temporary adjustments to their work style. Encouraging social distancing by sending workers home to work remotely may seem daunting to employers and employees alike. Managers worry about lost productivity and a disconnected team, . . .

Beyond the Dog & Pony Show

You might be thinking, “It’s that time again, event planning season!”  As an event professional, you are bound and determined to make your next General Session or National Sales Meeting one to remember.  The theme needs to dazzle, the audience has to engage, and the entire production must go off effortlessly without a hitch.  Well, . . .

8 Presenter Guidelines to Live By

Whether you are an experienced presenter or preparing to present in front of an audience for the first time, our Centrifuge Media performance development team exists to bring out the best in your presentation. Through our experience working with countless presenters at every level of public speaking comfort, we have assembled a list of 8 . . .

The Art of the Closing Video

Producing a closing video resembles filming and editing a documentary in that a story is crafted from hours of footage with the goal of evoking an emotional response from attendees and external viewers. In the context of pharma and bio-tech conferences this emotional response is typically set to inspire, motivate, even reinforce the week’s theme . . .

The Magic of Milestones

For the Centrifuge Team, milestones are magic. Successfully setting them at the onset of the project creates a golden opportunity for our clients’ teams, as well as our own. It may seem obvious, but collaborative deadline setting is one of the few guaranteed keys to establishing a healthy event partnership. Setting expectations and utilizing the . . .