The theme of your event plays a major role in the success. It determines the feeling of anticipation that participants at the event would have before coming. Even after the event, it will be judged based on the enjoyment level of the attendees.
Therefore, you need to pay adequate attention to the theme. Depending on the type of event, there are numerous themes that you can adopt. These themes will intrigue your prospective audience without giving anything away as to expectations.
You may have heard about silent discos or silent parties. How about silent meetings? A silent meeting is one where participants use headphones as the main means of communication. They tune the headphone to a particular session where they can listen and even contribute to the proceedings of the meeting.
This theme is a divergence from the conventional meeting and conference setting, where noise fills up a hall, and in some instances, it becomes rough and rowdy. This theme is adaptable for business and corporate meetings or conferences.
This is another theme that is new and exciting. In this setting, the conference doesn’t have a theme or a scheduled topic. Industry professionals and attendees meet and discuss general topics, which then gets streamlined into specific and specialized topics. Based on these specialized topics, attendees are divided into different groups, and they get one or two facilitators assigned to each group.
This idea is interesting and allows for the discussion or conference to touch on diverse topics that would not have been touched if a theme was selected earlier. It also allows attendees to discuss issues that matter to them rather than topics that matter to the organizers.
This theme is suitable for the tech industry and society. In this example, participants will come together from different professions within the industry to share ideas and ultimately build a project. The professionals involved are usually designers, developers, product managers, and the likes. These professionals form a group and share ideas which will eventually lead to a project.
While the projects built in these events are usually not finished at the point, the event will serve as a meeting point for revolutionary ideas that could develop to be useful and beneficial to the industry.