Looking for a Conference Reporter?

Providing a written, comprehensive record of an event such as a conference, webinar or workshop – including the discussions, decisions, (dis)agreements, Q&As, and action points – is something I have enjoyed doing for a number of years.

Asking a specialist Conference Reporter such as myself to perform this task makes sense. I can devote all my time during the conference to focus on the event and capture all the key messages. I can then devote the necessary time after the conference to write and deliver the report in a timely manner. This is generally a more efficient approach than using an internal person to make a conference report, as he or she may simply not have the time – nor the expertise or experience – to fulfil this task.

Here are some references for this type of work.

For a number of years I have worked closely with QED, an independent meeting organizer specialized in creating a forum for dialogue between policy makers, regulators, NGOs and companies. I have written reports on more than 50 QED events, on topics such as:

For 12 years I attended and reported on the annual EMEA Users’ Group Conference of a major global industrial automation & control company.

For one of my clients I was the on-site reporter for three days at the EU Sustainable Energy Week in Brussels. I also provided social media support with real-time tweets, and articles on LinkedIn.

I am regularly asked to write transcripts of presentations given at major Health Conferences. Examples include:

Most recently I was one of the Rapporteurs for one of the European Commission’s high-level conferences on LGBTI Equality in the EU.

Other topics covered include:

Sometimes I am asked to attend the event. At other times I am sent the audio files.

If you are looking for a Conference Reporter for an upcoming event, feel free to contact me. I would be delighted to discuss how I can support your event.

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