Podcast #56: How to Fix Conferences and Meetings, with Matt Homann


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How to Fix Conferences and Meetings, with Matt Homann


Matt Homann is one of the most engaging conference presenters I have ever seen, but he’s also put a ton of thought into improving that experience. In fact, he recently launched Filament, a conference center he hopes will change the way meetings and conferences are conducted forever.

On today’s podcast, Matt talks about what people want out of conferences today, and how that has changed in recent years. And he identifies what’s wrong with meetings and conferences now—and how to fix them.

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