It’s important to constantly update your list of themes & ideas which have historically performed well, while adding new ones that reflect major and/or emerging trends such as “Sustainability” and “Thought Leadership” – as well as other words and phrases from business and pop culture.
What’s In a Name?
Naming your event or meeting well is important, and more than vanity – it can represent incredible value to your brand and organization, far beyond the event itself. A great theme can accomplish much more than making an event successful, and more memorable. It can even lead to an event becoming a milestone in the history of a given brand or organization – sometimes, throughout their industry and beyond, as with the TED Conference (Technology, Entertainment & Design) – an annual event, now with global reach and influence.
Incidentally, our own use of the classic, 1,001 genre is not literal. Rather, we use it loosely to refer to our ever- growing collection of themes & ideas – the current number being in fact just over 900. However and by adding value to your event theme in one or more simple, yet innovative ways (see suggestions below), the actual number of total, possible themes & ideas becomes much higher – up into the thousands.
In any event, whether for your own organization or a valued client – we offer a fairly impressive number of ready options for naming & theming of your next big event or meeting. Better yet, whether current or retro, all of these ideas can help inspire you and your team to develop your own, unique theme – from acronyms to whatever works best for your particular needs. The good news is, you only need one.
Some Thoughts Before Getting Started and Simple Ways to Add Value
Something as simple as adding the year, season, or a commemorative term such as “25th” or “Centennial” or combinations thereof can help make your event or meeting more unique. Please bear in mind: because there are so many overlapping categories, objectives and orientations under which a theme could be listed, for example(s): Sports/Goal; Achievement; and Team Spirit; we opted instead to list ours alphabetically. We hope you will agree that the investment of your time to review all our themes in their entirety is worth the effort.
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