Inside the Killer Tribes Conference

posted by Bryan Allain — May 10, 2013 — 1 Comment

Scott McClellan, one of our panel speakers at KT2013, wrote about this year’s conference for from the perspective of a former conference director.

(Scott used to run the ECHO Conference in Dallas.)

From the article:

Having experienced Killer Tribes as a speaker and attendee this year, I think I learned a valuable lesson about planning events. The reality is that planners, staffers, volunteers, vendors, speakers and attendees all experience the same event in different ways. They have different responsibilities, hopes, fears and expectations. They have different goals, obstacles and pet peeves. They bring something different to the table, and they take something different away from it.

The piece is very insightful, and you can read it in its entirety here: Inside the Killer Tribes Conference.

You can also download the entire Killer Tribes 2013 Conference here.

Bryan Allain

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