5 useful YouTube channels for MICE managers
We have chosen 5 profiles that will enhance your competitive advantage.
Keeping up with the times and keeping abreast of everything that happens in the event industry is one of the main tasks of a successful MICE-manager. Today the YouTube content is so diverse that it’s easy to find useful channels.
- IMEX Group
IMEX is an exhibition that hardly needs an introduction. Everyone, who are somehow involved in the scope of events, knows it . On the channel you will find video interviews with industry experts, news releases and even reports from the IMEX Frankfurt and IMEX America education sessions.
2. EventPlanning Blueprint TV
Melanie Woodward, event organizer, created an Event Planning Blueprint to share the result of running the event business. She planned and implemented many events around the world, worked with celebrities and outstanding athletes and also held events with a multi-million budget. You will definitely like it 😉
3. Event Manager Blog
Incredibly charismatic Julius Solaris and his colleagues share tips and tactics to increase the effectiveness of the event. And it does not matter whether you are a beginner or a professional in this industry. Everyone will find the answer to their question!
4. BTL Talks
“BTL Talks is a project that held in the form of meetings with interesting people, successful people, people who are able to change their own lives and the lives of people around, people who inspire.”
This is how Anna Petrova describes the format of the channel – the founder and ideological inspirer of the BTL Group and creator of the channel. BTL Talks will appeal not only to MICE professionals, but also to those who want to gain confidence, the determination to act and start doing what you love 😉
TED was created in 1984 and during this time hundreds of interesting people from various fields discussed many important questions. TED covers almost all topics – from science and business to global issues, and it’s not about the event. But each video gives such a strong surge of inspiration that we had to mention this resource. Do you watch TED?