10 episodes

What will events look like in 5 years? How do you make speeches more impactful? Why should you be optimistic about the Live Events industry? Proscenium Events is celebrating our tenth anniversary of helping brands perform! We care deeply about events and we’re always looking for ways to make them more impactful. So join Proscenium Senior Creative Director, Jeremy Dobrish, for a new episode each month for quick tips and insightful conversation for how to make your next corporate conference, live virtual or hybrid events even more effective and engaging. For more information please visit us at proscenium.com.CREDITSHosted and Written by Jeremy DobrishProduced by Bethany PotterTheme Music by Mike ManciniLogo design by Shraddha MaharjanSpecial thanks to Dossie McCraw

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What will events look like in 5 years? How do you make speeches more impactful? Why should you be optimistic about the Live Events industry? Proscenium Events is celebrating our tenth anniversary of helping brands perform! We care deeply about events and we’re always looking for ways to make them more impactful. So join Proscenium Senior Creative Director, Jeremy Dobrish, for a new episode each month for quick tips and insightful conversation for how to make your next corporate conference, live virtual or hybrid events even more effective and engaging. For more information please visit us at proscenium.com.CREDITSHosted and Written by Jeremy DobrishProduced by Bethany PotterTheme Music by Mike ManciniLogo design by Shraddha MaharjanSpecial thanks to Dossie McCraw

    Episode 9 - How to Make the Most of your Incentive Events

    Episode 9 - How to Make the Most of your Incentive Events

    In this episode, we’re talking with Talia Tinao, owner of HD Premier - one of Hawaii’s top Destination Management Companies, and Sam Port, Senior Creative Director at Proscenium Events about making the most of incentive events. This conversation is so authentic, it will make you feel like you’re sitting on a beach in Hawaii. So hit the download button, screw your headphones on tight, and get ready to take notes.

    Talia Tinao is the proud Owner and Co-Founder of HD Premier – Hawaii’s most trusted DMC. Talia is a born-and-raised “Maui girl” with 17 years of local destination management in the islands. She is a wife, mother, and sister, avid Audible listener, and casual karaoke singer. Talia’s greatest professional fulfilment is sharing her rich culture with Hawaii’s visitors and making magic happen on each program. Click here to learn more about Talia and HD Premier.

    Sam Port brings his storytelling passion and theatrical point-of-view to every moment of the attendee experience, and believes that collaboration is the key to creating the most impactful events. Drawing from his years of stage performance (He was a Las Vegas singer!) and his background in theme park management with Walt Disney World and Busch Gardens, Sam understands the importance of creating immersive and memorable experiences that inspire action. He has directed numerous events and videos for clients including T-Mobile, SAP, JetBlue, Walmart, Harley-Davidson, Credit Karma, and TD Ameritrade.


    CREDITS
    Hosted and Written by Jeremy Dobrish
    Produced by Bethany Potter
    Theme Music by Mike Mancini
    Logo design by Shraddha Maharjan
    Special thanks to Dossie McCraw

    • 27 min
    Episode 8 - How to Maximize Music at Corporate Events

    Episode 8 - How to Maximize Music at Corporate Events

    In this episode, we’re talking with composer-producer-musician Mike Mancini, and songwriter-performer MiG Ayesa about how to maximize music at corporate events. Having worked with everyone from Bruce Springsteen…to Queen…to Stevie Wonder, these guys know a thing or two about how to make messaging sing. So hit the download button, screw your headphones on tight, and get ready to take notes.
    Mike Mancini is a New York based pianist, multi keyboard player, arranger, conductor and composer. He has performed with musical icons Bruce Springsteen, Eric Clapton, Stevie Wonder, BB King, Jon Bon Jovi, Darlene Love, and many more. Michael has been an arranger, producer and conductor with multiple global production companies including T-Mobile, Lowes, Harley Davidson, Wal-Mart, McKinsey and Company, AMC Networks, British Airways, Boeing, Heineken and Pfizer. Click here to learn more about Mike.
    MiG Ayesa’s West End performing credits include We Will Rock You, Rent, Thriller Live and Season of Larson. His Broadway credits include Burn the Floor and Rock of Ages. In Australia, his credits include Grease, Cinderella, Aladdin, West Side Story, Rent, Fame, The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber, and a UK and Australian Tour of The Music of Queen: Rock and Symphonic Spectacular. In the Philippines, MiG created the lead role in the world premier of Air Supply’s musical All Out of Love. Click here to learn more about MiG and Song Division.


    CREDITS
    Hosted and Written by Jeremy Dobrish
    Produced by Bethany Potter
    Theme Music by Mike Mancini
    Logo design by Shraddha Maharjan
    Special thanks to Dossie McCraw

    • 29 min
    Episode 7 - How Corporate Events are like Broadway Shows

    Episode 7 - How Corporate Events are like Broadway Shows

    In this episode, we’re talking with Chuck Santoro, Chief Creative at Proscenium Events about how corporate events are like theater. In 30 minutes, Chuck name-checks Hamilton, West Side Story, Les Miz, Stomp, and even turns the tables on our theatrically minded host. So hit the download button, screw your headphones on tight, and get ready to take notes.
    Chuck Santoro draws upon his marketing and theater background to bring insight and creativity to meetings and events. He is an expert speaker coach, has a keen eye for design, and excels at understanding brands and branding. Chuck always finds ways to represent the brands he works with in ways that are unexpected and exciting. He has directed talent such as Ben Stiller, Viola Davis and Harry Connick Jr. He has led the creative for brands such as Bank of America, Boeing, Harley-Davidson, Jet Blue, Nintendo, Novartis, Pfizer, Qualcomm, TD Ameritrade, T-Mobile, and Walmart.  
    CREDITS
    Hosted and Written by Jeremy Dobrish
    Produced by Bethany Potter
    Theme Music by Mike Mancini
    Logo design by Shraddha Maharjan
    Special thanks to Dossie McCraw

    • 27 min
    Episode 6 - What Corporate Events Can Learn from Concerts and More

    Episode 6 - What Corporate Events Can Learn from Concerts and More

    In this episode, we’re talking with Travis Reedy, the President of Travis Inc. about how to maximize the technical side of live events. This conversation covers everything from how Technical Directors save events money, to what new and exciting technology is out there, to how events like the Grammys influence corporate live events. So hit the download button, screw your headphones on tight, and get ready to take notes.

    Travis Reedy provides a unique focus on organization, and attention to detail. This provides the foundation for the unparalleled success of his events. He has a true understanding of all technical aspects involved with a production, while his vision and quick thinking allow him to adapt to any situation during a live event; assuring a smooth and seamless program execution.

    Examples of recent events include: Astellas, Google, Verizon, T-Mobile, TD Ameritrade, Exxon, Mead Johnson, SCS Johnson, and Jansen. Top Tier Association work includes American Psychiatric Association, National Council of State Boards of Nursing, American Neurological Association, Military Communications Association, MPI-CAC, and United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation.

    CREDITS
    Hosted and Written by Jeremy Dobrish
    Produced by Bethany Potter
    Theme Music by Mike Mancini
    Logo design by Shraddha Maharjan
    Special thanks to Dossie McCraw

    • 28 min
    Episode 5 - How Safety is Evolving at Events

    Episode 5 - How Safety is Evolving at Events

    In this episode, we’re talking with Renee Black, the Principal and Senior Meeting Planner of planit inc. about the evolution of safety at live events. This conversation covers everything from how to make events safer, to how to include health and wellness at events, to what events will look like post-pandemic. So hit the download button, screw your headphones on tight, and get ready to take notes.


    Renee Black is Principal & Senior Meeting Planner for planit inc. As one of the founders of the organization, Renee and team have been delivering high-end meetings & events for over 20 years. Renee oversees the marketing and sales efforts, and manages the large client division. Under Renee’s leadership, planit inc. is a growing women-owned, women-managed meeting & events firm boasting over 20 dedicated event producers committed to producing events all over the globe. Due to her expertise, passion and tenure in the meetings & events industry, Renee is a published writer, industry speaker, and was recognized as one of the most influential event planners in 2021 by BizBash.

    CREDITS
    Hosted and Written by Jeremy Dobrish
    Produced by Bethany Potter
    Theme Music by Mike Mancini
    Logo design by Shraddha Maharjan
    Special thanks to Dossie McCraw

    • 25 min
    Episode 4 - How Innovation Leads to Better Events

    Episode 4 - How Innovation Leads to Better Events

    In this episode, we’re talking with Tim Berghoff, the former Senior Director of Event Marketing at Qualcomm about innovation in the live events industry. This conversation will make you more excited than ever to see what live events are going to look like as they start becoming the norm again. So hit the download button, screw your headphones on tight, and get ready to take notes.
    More about Tim Berghoff: With over twenty-five years’ experience in marketing and event management, Tim has worked in various capacities including, but not limited to, integrated marketing campaigns, experiential design, and global sports marketing ventures. Projects include successful programs at seven different Olympic Games, two Super Bowls, a World Cup and most recently overseeing the Events Marketing team at Qualcomm.
    CREDITS
    Hosted and Written by Jeremy Dobrish
    Produced by Bethany Potter
    Theme Music by Mike Mancini
    Logo design by Shraddha Maharjan
    Special thanks to Dossie McCraw

    • 23 min

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