BRAND MINDS – Here’s What Attendees Say About Our Conference
Organizing big events is a lot like delivering artistic performance: you’re as good as your last.
After each BRAND MINDS edition, we look forward to receiving feedback and reviews from our attendees.
We are particularly looking for answers to these three essential questions which tell us if our event was successful:
Did the attendees find the content useful?
Did they enjoy the speakers?
Would they return for the next edition?
If attendees answer Yes to all of them, we can rest assured we did a good job at delivering a great conference and we can start preparing for the next edition. Coming up with ways to make the next event better and more impactful is a thought that is always on our minds.
Here are some of the reviews following the 2018 BRAND MINDS edition grouped in 4 categories:
1. Amazing speakers delivering great content
Bringing speakers who deliver relevant content is paramount to a successful event. The BRAND MINDS team is always looking for reputable speakers, carefully selecting those who provide relevant and fresh knowledge for our audience.
Providing good content to our attendees is one of our goals. But we don’t settle for good – our audience deserves the best content available today.
It was the best business conference I’ve attended in the past three years. Great, great content!
The speakers over-delivered. Period. I joined the 2017 edition as well and the content remains the spicy ingredient that keeps you focused on BRAND MINDS.
Great speakers, brilliant ideas and a lot of notes written.
2. A Life-Changing Experience
Time is precious. No one has time to waste these days. Our attendees spend more than six hours with us – we take that very seriously.
Together with our event partners, we go to great lengths to make sure the audience attending our conference has the kind of experience that will be remembered.
Speechless experience! I’m looking forward to 2019’s edition.
The energy and the overall vibe was amazing! BRAND MINDS is definitely a great opportunity for exclusive networking.
I encourage everyone to join BRAND MINDS next year, but if you can get the VIP experience, do it! Meeting the speakers in private is priceless!
It was electrifying! A hall of 3000 people who gather for the same reason is the type of experience you don’t get every day. It really gives you the feeling that you CAN change the world!
3. Looking forward to the next edition while raising the industry’s standards
There’s no greater satisfaction than receiving this particular reaction from our audience! When our attendees state they will join us for the next edition of BRAND MINDS, we feel proud and utterly happy.
Returning attendees is what every event organizer dreams of! It’s a powerful feeling – one that motivates us to keep our audience’s loyalty and exceed its expectations.
At each edition, we work hard to improve the BRAND MINDS experience for everyone in the audience. So when our attendees tell us our conference serves as the industry standard, we are humbled and we feel a greater responsibility to meet and exceed their expectations.
This is my 3rd year at BRAND MINDS and I still get surprised after each edition!
We’re definitely coming back next year!
A room with some of the greatest masterminds of marketing & life, genius business pioneers and brilliant performers. On top of that, a vibrant experience that I wish to repeat.
4. Inspirational, impactful and a great place for business networking
Great leaders lead through inspiration, personal example and mentorship.
We believe leadership is a skill anyone can master and BRAND MINDS is the perfect place to start learning.
I left from BRAND MINDS with a large perspective and a clear vision for what I plan to achieve in the next 5 years.
It was mind-blowing hearing the incredible speakers, realising what I can do to improve my business and life. All of that, plus the amazing organization resulted in a day I will never forget.
Matija, entrepreneur (Croatia)
I hope this article helped you gain a wider perspective on our conference.
Save the Date: 4 Blockchain Events for Entrepreneurs in 2019
When talking about the future of business, Blockchain is on every entrepreneur’s mind.
You may know Blockchain is valuable, but understanding how Blockchain works and how your business can benefit from it, can be a challenge.
Business events focused on Blockchain are opportunities for entrepreneurs to receive valuable information, to connect and network with professionals and be inspired to take their business to the next level.
Here are 4 Blockchain events that entrepreneurs can attend in 2019:
Blockchain Expo is a blockchain focused conference and exhibition event dedicated to blockchain experts, enthusiasts and entrepreneurs.
The conference is dedicated to delivering top-level keynotes, interactive panel discussions, solution-based case studies and free workshops.
The conference aims at exploring the industries that are set to be disrupted the most by this new technology: manufacturing, retail, financial services, legal, healthcare, insurance, energy, music, government and real estate.
The speaker lineup features executives from major companies like Coca-Cola, IBM, Allianz, Deutsche Bank, Kodak etc.
Future Blockchain Summit is the gateway to the world’s most advanced blockchain government and a meeting ground for industry leaders and tech start-ups.
During two days more than 1500 people will hear from over 60 speakers specialising in all areas of the blockchain ecosystem. Throughout the two days blockchain enthusiasts can connect with the blockchain leaders of the Dubai government and cutting edge global and startup tech leaders.
The summit’s topics range from smart cities, energy and finance to real estate, healthcare and education.
The event is rich in content and very dynamic for attendees: panel discussions, case studies presentations, networking opportunities, exhibitions and showcases.
The Crypto Expo Asia is not just about building network between crypto companies and gurus from all over the world but more so about getting to know what crypto world is actually about. Many up-to-date and vital questions of the crypto-world will be covered in the speaker hall and workshop rooms.
Here are a few topics that will be discussed: Blockchain business, Blockchain digital identification, ICO and White Paper projects, Crypto-exchange, cryptocurrency and crypto-trading, cryptocurrency futures, mining as actual business etc
This event is dedicated to brokers and investment companies, private investors, insurance, financial and HR organizations, traders, media, software developers, payment systems, law firms.
Jeff Bezos – Amazon, the new robots company
Every fan of technology and sci-fi would have loved to be in the shoes of Jeff Bezos, Amazon’s CEO, as he piloted a huge robot, that looked takes straight from Transformers, at an Amazon-organized annual conference for robotics enthusiasts – Machine Learning, Home Automation, Robotics and Space Exploration (MARS)- in Palm Springs, Calif. Photos and clips of the humanoid robot, which is four-meters-tall (13-foot) and weighs 1.5 tons, first surfaced online last year, however sceptics have questioned the authenticity of footage released showing the robot walking.
Bezos was filmed controlling the robot’s arms in the latest footage; however it was attached to some chains and was seemingly unable to actually walk around by itself.
According to livescience.com, the robot does not pick anything up in the video, either, which is notable because its developers say that one of their goals is to create piloted robots for real-world jobs, like cleaning up the Fukushima nuclear power plant that was damaged in 2011 when a massive earthquake and tsunami struck Japan. “So far, none of the footage of the mech has shown it manipulating objects. The massive bot also runs on external power, which means that, so far, it’s unable to work untethered,” added Stephanie Pappas for Live Science.
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