Best of 2015: 13 Most Remarkable Event Reports



Best of 2015: 13 Most Remarkable Event Reports

Painful, funny, naked, sad or exciting. These are the 13 most remarkable news reports of this year.

Earlier in this series, 'Best of 2015'-lists we shared 19 event-tips that every organiser ought to

read and 14 smart Event Technology updates. Today, we give you the most remarkable reports of 2015.

 

 

1. Lighting Technician Takes Revenge on Arrogant DJ

Lighting Technician Takes Revenge on Arrogant DJ

 

3. Extravagant CEO Builds Impressive Event Location for 6,000 Guests

Extravagant CEO Builds Impressive Event Location for 6,000 Guests

 

4. Top Executive BMW Faints on Stage

Top Executive BMW Faints on Stage

 

5. Event Photographer Falls in the Water...

Event Photographer Falls in the Water...

 

6. What Men Ought to do in Bed, Instead of During Meetings

What Men Ought to do in Bed, Instead of During Meetings

 

7. Rent a Theme Park for Your Event for Just 24,000 dollars

Rent a Theme Park for Your Event for Just 24,000 dollars

 

8. The Most Expensive Festival Tickets in the World

The Most Expensive Festival Tickets in the World

 

9. Things that Drives Event Planners Mad

Things that Drives Event Planners Mad

 

10. Team-building Event goes Distastefully Wrong with a Fake Execution Video

Team-building Event goes Distastefully Wrong with a Fake Execution Video

 

11. How PowerPoint Makes us Dumb

How PowerPoint Makes us Dumb

 

12. Surgeon Shows Pornographic Images on an International Congress

Surgeon Shows Pornographic Images on an International Congress

 

13. Stunning Event Facts Super Bowl XLIX

Stunning Event Facts Super Bowl XLIX

 

 

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