AMA conference 2019 — Around the Web
Delegates, sponsors and exhibitors alike left AMA conference 2019 buzzing with ideas and have taken to the internet to share their experiences and top tips taken from the sessions.
We are collating everything we can find on this page to share with our members, but the internet is a big place, so if you have written/produced something and we haven’t included it, please send a link to your piece to Jemma.
You could feel the love on social media throughout AMA conference and Twitter was flooded by the hashtag #AMAconf.
You can see a selection of our favourite Tweets in our Twitter Moment.
“You should feel immensly proud of putting together such an inspirational & brilliantly representative conference. It really was a marvel and I’m still feeling the positive effects a week later.”
Head of Marketing,
Royal Opera House
Delegate blog posts
Please be aware that these links will take you away from the AMA website.
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Keren Nicol from Citizens Theatre has written about the ‘big ideas’ that have stayed with her since AMA conference 2019. Keren Nicol from Citizens Theatre has written a round up of the ‘big ideas’ that have stayed with her
AMA conference notes — growth, bingo and kindness
Sam Freeman from Theatr Clwyd has written up his notes and opinions from conference into 2 blog posts. Line break Line break Line break
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Jack Bazeley-Harris from Cog Design has written about his top tips from this year’s conference.
Jack Bazeley-Harris from Cog Design has written about his top tips from this year’s conference
Jack Bazeley-Harris from Cog
5 important things about talking to your audience…
Liz Clarke from Turned On Its Head has written a great blog post, sharing what she learnt about communicating with audiences.
Growth mindset and finding your voice
Emily Gallagher from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art has taken inspiration from Melanie Eusebe’s Keynote, and written about the concept of a ‘growth mindset’ and the impact it has already had on her.
Exhibitor and Sponsor blog posts
Reverse Mentoring: My antidote to becoming a grumpy old man Reverse Mentoring: My antidote
David Brownlee from TRG Arts has written about his takeaway concept from AMA conference 2019 — Reverse Mentoring.
From the AMA
25 Years of #AMAconf
Did you see the conference timeline on the third floor of the Sage?
“I was mightily impressed with the conference this year. You all must have worked so hard to put it together and make everyone feel so welcome. Thank you.”
Head of Marketing and Communications,
Pre-conference blog posts
Logos provided by featured organisations
Other images — AMA conference 2019 (c) Marion Botella