After Belgrade and Zagreb, the last Conventa workshop introducing Bo Kruger was held in Ljubljana. More than 50 meeting planners gathered in Grand Hotel Union’s Café to take part in the workshop that in a relaxed format showed creative ways to make meetings more interesting and memorable.
The pleasant gathering ended in a festive atmosphere with turning on the colourful Christmas lights in the Ljubljana city centre.
The workshop that travelled around Balkan was intended for meeting planners looking for new and fresh ways to organize meetings. Conventa organizers were honoured Bo Kruger, a Danish expert in creative processes, facilitation, improvisations and new ways of learning, accepted their invitation to lead the workshops.
With years of experiences in meetings and training sessions, Bo is considered a pioneer in the meetings industry. He is the co-creator of the Danish Meeting Design Concept Meetovation, the concept that makes conferences and meetings more efficient and responsible.
During the workshop he showed the participants some of the Meetovation tools including several fun Energizers that were an instant hit. Bo showed them how to engage participants actively and offer them a new creative approach to far more flexible usage of meeting and conference facilities. He shared his thought on the success of the workshop: “I was in Slovenia to show how engaging the meeting participants can increase the value and quality of meetings and events. I was impressed by the level of engagement and curiosity from the participants in my workshop. Small nations have to think out of The box. I saw a lot of that creative approach, so keep on the good work and you’ll make The Big players in The Market Shake.”
Bo’s presentation was a great starting point for Conventa 2016. At the end of the workshop Miha Kovačič and Gorazd Čad, organizers of the show, presented the benefits of Conventa and invited meeting planners to live their own Conventa experience from 20 to 21 January 2016 in Ljubljana where new ways of creating memorable meetings will come to the fore.
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