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EXPERIENCE DESIGN: LINKING THE PLANNER'S SIGHT TO THE AUDIENCE'S MIND I would feel dishonest if I didn't begin by admitting my lack of academic credentials to write an article by this title. I do not have a Ph.D. in social psychology, nor do I come bearing gifts of statistics and analytical data. What I can bring to the table is more than 12 years of observing attendees at events - both association and corporate. During this time, I have made one key discovery: Attendees are not numbers, statistics, Troy Halsey, The Halsey Group, LLC 20 * ME ETING | MAY/JUNE 2015 heads or even participants. Attendees are people, no different than you or I - each being a very distinct individual.

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Meeting MPI Toronto - May/June 2015

President’s Message
Editor’s Word
Welcome, New Members!
Upcoming Events
Food Trends for 2015
Getting a Grasp on Contracts
The New High-End Look of Toronto
We Trust What We See! – Improve Your Speaking and Your Speakers with Winning Body Language
The New Frontier of Event Design is Right Under Your Nose
Experience Design: Linking the Planner’s Sight to the Audience’s Mind
All Welcome: Meetings Made Accessible
Chapter Speaks
ECOS Highlights
Destination: Alberta
Advertisers’ Index &

Meeting MPI Toronto - May/June 2015