Der „Kongress der Zukunft“ steigt am 14. November in Dresden

Interaktion, Netzwerk und Dialog sind die Säulen des nächsten „Fit4Congress“

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Interaktion, Netzwerk und Dialog sind die Säulen des nächsten „Fit4Congress“

Die Konferenz „Fit4Congress“ findet am 14. November 2019 wieder in Dresden statt. Die Fachveranstaltung widmet sich dem „Kongress der Zukunft“ und den Säulen Interaktion, Netzwerk und Dialog. Nach der Keynote „Mut zur Innovation wagen“ von Dr. Christina Buttler, Director Strategy & Innovation von MCI Deutschland, wird in Workshops gearbeitet. Die Teilnehmer sollen dabei unter Anleitung von Buttler einen Kongress der Zukunft eigenständig gestalten. Parallel dazu laufen sogenannte Expert Sessions zu verschiedenen Themen – seien es Catering, Kommunikation, Gamification, Hybrid Events, Ausstattung, Sponsoring oder Sicherheit. Abgerundet wird das Programm mit einem Wissens-Workshop mit Fokus auf Interaktion, Netzwerk und Dialog. Später werden die Workshops wiederholt.

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