The crowd was eager to enter the expo hall, that looked stunning with green carpet all over, professional stands, clear signs and maps, show programs at the tables and four arenas for talks and presentations. That morning, I spoke about genealogy in the Netherlands, which is a niche topic for genealogists in the UK. For that reason I was satisfied with the turnout at my lecture. It was a very interested audience and most of them approached me afterwards with questions about Dutch relatives.
Good to hear they thought my talk was very informative and they liked my voice and way of presenting. The rest of the day I volunteered. I also spent some time at stand 1, the place for attendees and exhibitors to drop their questions. You name it! By the end of the day we were all super tired, but we already knew: the show was a success. The first feedback came in, attendees were posting their experiences on social media or published very positive reviews on their websites.
They liked the talks — high quality! Enough seating, enough space around the exhibitor stands.
- Ayoba:Spirit Of Awesomness Workbook;
- Forensic Science in Wildlife Investigations (International Forensic Science and Investigation).
- A Dusting of Syn (BBW BDSM Historical Romance) by Melinda Barron.
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- Expositions of Holy Scripture: the Acts.
- my father lost and found!
It certainly gave us extra energy for day 2! Saturday was like Friday, volunteering. More success stories followed.
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We were all tired but satisfied. A very special moment: at 5pm when the closing of the show was announced, all exhibitors applauded. Heart-warming, overwhelming, even emotional. What a feeling! Looking back at the days in Birmingham, I can say it was an amazing experience. I learned a lot about organising a genealogy event. I met wonderful people, some for the first time.
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Members of the crew have become friends, or — as we prefer to say — family. I already have plans to meet some of them in the very near future.
It is true what they say: meeting genealogists and talking about genealogy is one of the best things about these kind of events. Too bad there are so few Dutch genealogists willing to travel overseas to attend conferences like this. They miss a lot!
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