What's a good giveaway for attendees of a mid-sized business meeting (50 people) to mark the "beginning of a new era"? May be symbolic or something useful, as long as it's not tacky. Maximum value ~25 USD.
posted by lord_yo
on May 25, 2013 -
What is the most awesome meeting icebreaker / energizer that you have ever heard of and / or participated in? [more inside]
posted by allkindsoftime
on Jul 11, 2012 -
I work for a nonprofit that rents out smallish space for other nonprofits to meet in. We have one room that's big enough that soft talkers are sometimes hard to hear in back, and one of those soft talkers has recently asked if I can set up a wireless lavalier mic for her. So I need to solve too problems: the mic system, and the amplification system. [more inside]
posted by Erroneous
on Sep 22, 2010 -
What kinds of questions should I ask my daughter's Kindergarten teacher during a parent/teacher conference?
I'm trying to formulate some good questions to ask. One thing I will ask is.............is there anything specific I can do at home to help her. [more inside]
posted by lynnie-the-pooh
on Nov 9, 2009 -
In Manhattan: affordable evening and/or weekend meeting room rental, by the hour / by the day?
posted by kalapierson
on Aug 5, 2008 -
What are the most interesting conferences related to technology/Internet law or policy? You can include things that are tangentially related but would still be very helpful or cool to attend for someone interested in this area (e.g. Defcon).
posted by Malad
on Apr 2, 2008 -
I'm organizing a scientific meeting that will be held in late April. The attendees will be astronomers with a mathematical bent. We'd like to give them a "free" gift, but not the usual T-shirts and mugs. We thought of flash drives, but attendees probably have one already. Please give me your suggestions. Difficulty: (1) Can't spend more than $20/person. (2) Must have room for logos of five sponsors.
posted by lukemeister
on Mar 6, 2008 -
I'm posting this on behalf of a teacher friend of mine who wants your ideas:
A university is developing an initiative in which pairs of professors, across disciplines, will meet up with small groups of first year students during their second semester to discuss themes of interest and promote intellectual engagement. These informal meetings will occur at least four times over a couple of months and can take place anywhere: in seminar rooms, in a dorm lounge, at a restaurant, at a professor's home, at an art gallery. So, what do we call these? [more inside]
posted by brownpau
on Oct 3, 2007 -
Is there a job that will pay me to attend workshops and conferences? Where can I find such a job? [more inside]
posted by divabat
on Jul 30, 2007 -
Does anyone know of any good, one-time conference calling services with a local number in New Zealand? [more inside]
posted by kaefer
on Aug 21, 2006 -