Global VoiceLunch is an excellent opportunity to discuss generic voice topics and meet fellow voice enthusiasts from all over the world. We meet on every Tuesday at 6PM CET.
The range of topics varies from #JustTheLunch, where we just meet and loosely chat, to the meeting with the experts, book authors, and discussing specific topics. It’s a great place to start your #VoiceLunch journey, no matter how experienced you are in the #voice space.
When you sign up to VoiceLunch, you receive a weekly newsletter with invites for the upcoming week including links and calendar shortcuts for global and local #VoiceLunch-es, as well as a summary of the meetings from the previous week, and other important information.
While the global VoiceLunch is a great place to meet fellow voice enthusiasts from all over the world and discuss varied voice topics, sometimes you really want to get down to how things are for your part of the world, in your specific language, or for your particular market.
That’s why we set up local VoiceLunch: separate slots throughout the week, where local voice communities meet. We currently host #VoiceLunch-es in the Netherlands, Spain, Japan, India, France, UK, US & Canada, Israel, Italy, Brazil, Nordics, Russia, and Africa.
More information on Local Chapters and Local Hosts soon.
There are specific topics that are mastered by experts. That’s where the #VoiceLunch 20/40 comes in: a presentation combined with an open discussion with experts in the specific field. You name it: conversation design, skills development, marketing, voice strategy, voice aspects in different countries. The format consists of 20 minutes presentation followed by an open discussion and Q&A session. So far we had 20/40s delivering information on conversation design, the voice in China, or voice tech in India.
This kind of #VoiceLunch series is dedicated to a specific topic. There are #VoiceLunch Language and Linguistics, #VoiceLunch for Developers, #VoiceLunch Book Club, #VoiceLunch Strategy and #VoiceLunch Sound & Design.
Deep dive talks in smaller groups with an experienced host onboard. This kind of meeting is basically organized once or twice a month.