Meet at NetworkTables
We introduce you to NetworkTables, an interactive program in which you are getting to know the platform for online, hybrid, and live events. Participants can create their own schedule by registering for their preferred session and can even host a table discussing a topic of their preference.
Networking. We, like NetworkTables, are committed to improving networking experiences at conferences, with 1on1's, RoundTables, and Workshops.
Networking is one of the most important aspects of conferences, why join when you are not sure you will be meeting people interesting for you? Definitely, during the current pandemic, meeting new people in a 1on1 meeting or an in-depth RoundTable discussion is more important than ever!
Participants join events to .... meet. But who will be there? With whom do you share interests - or who do you need? Where and when shall we meet?
Before COVID-19 NetworkTables was facilitating this challenge for on-site meetings. Offering participants an inside in all attendees, sponsors, and speakers joining to pre-schedule their meeting or workshop in advance. Being highly entrepreneurial, Matthijs, founder of NetworkTables, took the challenge to add online events and move fully online since March 2020.
You may know that the event industry was bigger than our facilitation business and of course, they're suffering now. But once "the new normal" comes back, the event industry will bounce back. And in "mixed modes". Be prepared.
IAF-Netherlands offers you the opportunity to get to know a "hands-on" event organizing environment.... Join Anniko Kanters, Account Executive at NetworkTables, if you want to experience NetworkTables, and join or host an interactive RoundTable discussion.
There are two steps to take:
1. Subscribe here with MeetUp AND
2. Go to https://iaf-nederland.iseated.com/ and click log in. You will receive your unique login link and you can sign up for the sessions you want to join and even create your own RoundTable discussion!
Any questions or need help? Contact me at ([masked]) or Anniko ([masked])
More about NetworkTables in this video