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100% electric at ABBIT

After driving one pure electric car since 2011, ABBIT decided to buy no more oil consuming cars. From now on anyone that needs their car replaced can choose from a list of a reasonably priced electric cars. At the same time we will maximize our solar electricity production and minimize heating on gas or oil. We do this for health, energy independence, the environment and to stop oil based wars.          
Maarten Vanneste, August 2015.

INNOVATE: Multi-Hub Meetings

An emerging meeting format


INNOVATE: Dynamite for Q&A :

 Now SIX flying microphones available

WOW! Remote speaker on wheels

NEW: Your Robot Speaker on stage 

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medical imaging company

'The Best WiFi ever!'
Connected automotive conference in Germany
American independent planner 

'The most innovative conference ever.'
strategy and consultant advisor Top 5 Agency

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 A search in Google of ‘Pecha Kucha’ results in 474,000 hits.

The FutureWatch 2010 report, by Meetings Professional International (MPI), finds out that ROI is ‘a major preoccupation’ for event planners.

And according to the study Convention 2020 (Talwar & Hancock, 2010), if event planners want to stay competitive in the near future, the two most important needs are to ‘improve the use of technology before, during and after the event’ and to ‘innovate on event formats’.
Meeting Architecture is the discipline that focuses on al meeting objectives in the Learning, Networking and Motivation of participants directed to influencing behaviour, leading to impact and improved ROI.
Like an architect that helps the house owner to build a house, a meeting architect helps the meeting owner to build a meeting in four phases: 
1 Identifying the meeting objectives: expressed known objectives and the non-expressed potential objectives
The evolution of Meeting Formats

Long ago we had meetings round a campfire. A small group of people in a circle, listening to stories, debating, conversing, learning from each other.
Much later, in more recent ages, only the rich and powerful could talk to larger groups, armies and other audiences.
And even more recently, thanks to sound equipment, we all can afford to address a public, larger than the campfire crowd.