Gerhard Stübe

von Kongresskultur Bregenz
erklärt im Video das Lernmodul.

Experiential learning

The findings of the micelab:explorer are tested here for feasibility. For this, the micelab:experts learning module is an ideal platform with plenty of free space for trying out new event concepts or unusual formats. In this way, employees from event locations around Lake Constance also benefit directly from the research findings. They learn how they can plan and carry out even more successful events, hand-in-hand with their teams, clients and partners.


Everyone’s a MICE expert

Our basic assumption is that everyone is an expert: the employees of every congress centre, event location, convention bureau or seminar hotel bring with them their own wealth of experience. Through the micelab:experts learning format they’re able to mutually enrich their knowledge, ultimately benefitting not only themselves but also their colleagues, partners and customers.

Training and development for event organisers

micelab:bodensee is geared towards all professionals involved in the planning, design, support and holding of events. This includes staff from the fields of project management, event management, catering, sales, HR and marketing, as well as managers from companies, organisations or networks in charge of organising or overseeing events.

Ingredients for a successful event

micelab:experts is all about attitudes to approaching customers and partners, exploring the objectives of an event, and looking at innovative possibilities. In doing so, the event experts acquire the skills for more effectively advising customers, and recognising optimal spaces, settings and formats for their events. They also learn which occasions might best suit a Fishbowl, World Café, Open Space, Pecha Kucha, Barcamp or Peer Case Counselling.

For an insight into the topics and findings of the learning module, check out our Blog and Press sections (currently available only in German).

Gerhard Stübe

von Kongresskultur Bregenz
erklärt im Video das Lernmodul.