Social Tech Clinic

With technology changing so quickly, a Social Tech Clinic can help the attendees understand and get the most out of these new tools. We provide attendees with hands-on guidance to using all types of technologies in a no-fear approach (complete with lab coats and all!). With this program that is similar to the support seen at the highly popular Apple Store Genius Bars, we address common attendee questions, such as:

  • “How do I download the conference app?”
  • “How can I get my iPad to____________?”
  • “My phone won’t connect to the wifi”
  • “Who are the technology exhibitors at this show?”
  • “How do I find out what other attendees are saying on Twitter?”
  • “How can I use social media to build my business?”

No question is too small for us to answer and we give event participants the tools they need to get the most out of the latest technology around, potentially including lessons on how to use sponsored mobile apps at the event or other sponsored technologies, driving returns for those sponsors.

In addition to the hands-on, Q&A format, we can also deliver tech tours of the tradeshow floor, featured vendors or tech in use at the event. It’s a great way to have tech questions answered as well as learn about new products in a non-salesy, non-intimidating and neutral way. It can also be an additional revenue opportunity.

Our staff is trained in the latest in technology and is professionally dressed in white lab coats that include a patch with your conference logo.

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