A good theme is one that encompasses the purpose of the conference, its activities and its speakers. For example, a good theme for a banking conference may be "Bank on Us," while a good theme for an engineering conference may be "Engineering Tomorrow." Some possible themes for more general business conferences include "Be Extraordinary," "A World of Opportunities," "Beyond All Limits" and "Breaking Barriers."
Some other themes include "Anything Is Possible," "Customer Focus," "Expect the Best," "Great Expectations," "Partners in Excellence" and "Performance Driven." When choosing a theme, it can be helpful to brainstorm with colleagues to find a theme that fits the workforce's morale, the company's mantra and the impression the company wants the conference's attendees to get.