Director Operations at Congress by Design
Rosa Garriga MoraMeeting Architect
On completion of this course, you will have a firm grasp of what the role and impact of event design is. You will be able to integrate event design into your events and measure the effectiveness of event design.
What will I learn?
1. Defining event design and its impact
2. Resources required for event design
3. Risks associated with event design
4. Evaluating the impact of event design
Niels Fundter manages the congress department (12+FTE) at Congress By Design (CBD) is an IAPCO certified full-service Professional Conference Organiser in the Netherlands As a member of the Management Team, Niels is responsible for creating business opportunities with new clients as well as expanding current client portfolios. Furthermore, he consults with societies to identify new and innovative ideas to attract and retain members and delegates. Niels also leads the change management towards the latest innovations and procedures, helping the team to adapt to the new post COVID19 environment via live/hybrid and online solutions.
Rosa is the Meeting Architect of Kenes Group, where she advises clients and internal teams on how to design effective congresses and measure the results. She has a vast and varied array of experience as a practising event architect, designing association and corporate events. She uses session formats, technology solutions and facilitation methods to create events that boost participant engagement and learning retention.
Rosa is a certified Digital Event Strategist and has created award-winning events such as new conferences for PANLAR, the Pan-American Society of Rheumatologists. Prior to joining Kenes Group, Rosa was a partner of the Event ROI Institute, where she trained event planners at ROI Foundation Certificate programs.
She is also a lecturer and speaker at several universities and industry events. In 2013, Rosa was included in PCMA’s ’20 in their twenties’ inaugural class, which honours the top young professionals in the industry