We believe that it is necessary to establish a work team that will actively contribute to the organization of events, create content based on current topics, find guests, and deal with other organizational elements. By establishing the core team, it is necessary to ensure that they have a balanced set of skills at all times within the organizational chart: technician, moderator, professional staff, organizer, guest, volunteer. These clear roles and responsibilities are very important to avoid a scenario where everyone does everything.
We will set specific topics such as mobility, UX writing, production, physical and mental health, human relations, reception, and delivery. Material design, technology, and many other topics open up all subsequent events for different industries while maintaining a clear focus on the plan.
Of course, we need to research before organizing the event and understand what people are looking for but use every occasion to learn more about your audience. Why are they there? What do they want to know? Are they attending our events for knowledge, networking, or looking for the next ample investment opportunity?
At Desindicate, we should have a single guiding principle and call ourselves a "learning community" because we know that's the main reason people would come to our event, besides the free drinks and snacks. We should ensure that the speakers-participants introduce themselves and offer a view from their perspective of the industry they work in, the size of the product, etc., in line with current topics for that event.
It would also be interesting to find a diamond, i.e., someone from a smaller company whom we may know personally from another event or workshop. Maybe they have an example of working on smaller projects and in work settings where the business process is not regulated as in large productions.