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Event Tech Live: a tecnologia para eventos mostra-se em Londres

São dois dias de exposição, conferências e sessões educativas, e momentos de networking, numa mostra dedicada à tecnologia para eventos. O Event Tech Live decorre a 7 e 8 de Novembro, no Old Truman Brewery, em Londres.

As sessões educativas vão ter lugar nos diversos palcos espalhados pelo venue. O Brand & Buzz Stage vai acolher as sessões “Building impactful VR & AR marketing campaigns”, com Tom Szirtes (Mbryonic), “The importance of measuring app data, pre and post event”, com Alice May (drp), “How to measure the success of your event”, com Rob Murdoch (Exposure Analytics), Dawn Farrow (Boom) e Robin Carlisle (Mobile Promotions), “Create an event app in four easy steps”, com Elaine Robbie (Guidebook), entre outras.

No Conference & Creativity Stage vão decorrer diversas sessões, entre as quais “The impact of GDPR pre, during & post event”, com Arvi Virdee (FileOM), “How to make money from live streaming your event”, com William Thomson (Gallus Events), “What’s next for Event Technology”, com Thomas Howie (Evessio), “The online venue booking revolution has started… are you part of it?”, com Ciaran Delaney (MeetingsBooker), e “Venue of the future”, com Adam Simpson (etc.venues) e Mark cooper (IACC).

Entre as conferências do Expo & Engage Stage estão as sessões “Event tech – who’s it for and do you care?”, com Paddy Power (C6(n) Technology), “The true value of event apps”, com Pierre Metrailler (SpotMe), Jamie Hayes-Jones (Launch Interactions) e Shefa Begum (DBpixelhouse), “The digital transformation of exhibitions”, com Nick Dugdale-Moore (UFI), e “The future of event registration”, com Stephan Forseilles (Easyfairs), Gerry Sherwood (Gleanin), Rob Hawthorne (Clarion), Steve Smith (Visit and Poken by GES) e Emily Nicols (UBM).

Outro palco do evento é o Festival & Future Stage, que vai acolher as sessões “Using tech to manage risk at events”, com Peter Ward (WeTrack), “Technological solutions for greener events”, com Steve Taylor (A Greener Festival), “The future of event ticketing”, com David Kenny (TicketCo UK Ltd) e Douglas Reynolds (Citizen Tickets), “Face recognition: one giant leap for eventkind”, com Danny Stevens (Fielddrive), “Chatbots – new engagement channels for events”, com Milos (SpiceFactory) e Karlis Skuja (Botwiser), e “Delivering real ROI to brands at festivals, events and in venues”, com Paul Pike (Intelligent Venue Solutions), George Vaughn (Royal Ascot Racecourse), Dan Walsh (Various) e Simon Levitt (Imaginations), entre outras.

No Launchpad & Start-up Stage vão decorrer diversas apresentações, como “Tech Demo: Yada – at the heart of your events”, com Mehram Sumray-Roots (Yada Events), ou “Tech Demo: Foxxil GmbH – networking obstacles at events”, com Hicham Banny (Foxxil), e “Bring your hybrid meetings to the next level with the emerging Multi-Hub Meeting format”, com Maarten Vanneste (Meeting Design Institute).

O evento conta ainda com várias mesas redondas, dedicadas aos temas: “The future of wifi at events: should there be an industry standard?”, com Caleb Parker (Select Event Solutions), “A happy exhibitor is a tech-equipped exhibitor”, com Kelly Stanley (Circdata), e “Leadership: the lifeblood of innovation”, com John Martinez (Shocklogic), entre outras.

Mais informações em www.eventtechlive.com.

Tags: Eventos, Tecnologia, Event Tech Live

05-11-2018