Events have been cancelled across the globe, from MWC in Barcelona to SxSW. TED has been delayed and TEDx events postponed across the world. How we respond now and have responded as event producers will set us apart from those who were slow to pivot, slow to seize this moment of change.Read more “What is the future of events?”
We gathered together a small community of creatives, adventurers, strategists and explorers from the creative, digital and tech sectors in and around Winchester for Tea & Toast. A simple idea, but connecting people, over food and building relationship is one of our values at Autumn Live. We absolutely loved it, and we think the community did too.Read more “Tea & Toast”
I’ll begin with a story; before I started Autumn Live I once worked for Picturehouses as the Marketing and Business Development Manager. One day, one of my children came home from school saying they had to tell everyone at school what their parents did for a job, “Oh that’s interesting sweetie, what did you say mummy does?” I waited with baited breath… Read more “What do we actually do at Autumn Live?”
As an event producer I don’t get the privilege of sitting in the audience as a delegate at many events. I am usually the one hunting down the speakers, running through slides, ensuring the room temperature is pleasant and that there is plenty of coffee for everyone. I had the pleasure of attending The Inbounder World Tour in London on Tuesday May 2nd 2017. Which is already featured as one of the Top 10 digital events to attend in the UK this year.
My Top 5 Takeaways from the event were (in chronological order): Read more “Top 5 Takeaways from the Inbounder World Tour, London 2017”
Inbound marketing, is a concept first introduced to me by Gary Vay-ner-Chuk – I have to spell his name out like this as it helps me to get it right, it’s also something he does in one of his books – the Thank You Economy. Read more “What is inbound marketing and why do you need to know?”