Public Speaking

What’s New in Event Technology

In this exploratory workshop, event planners will be able to evaluate and experience some of the latest tech tools in the events industry. From Apps, to Mobile Payment to Augmented/Virtual Reality and beyond, the world of event technology is in constant flux. Event professionals know how difficult it can be to determine which technologies have a place in our stable and which are just toys. This session will focus on how to work through the excitement and wow-factor of technology, and how to deliver value to your client or employer.

  • Find out more about the most useful and inspiring technologies now available.
  • Use a tool to evaluate which technologies you need and those you don’t.
  • Develop skills to assess and relate value to a client or employer for introducing new technologies.

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  • An Association
  • An Event Organizer
  • A Small Business
  • Professional Services
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