Over the course of this weekend I spent my time sitting with the event planner’s equivalent of the Argos catalogue – the agendas for two event technology conferences – Event Tech Live and Event Tech 2016. Both offer a multitude of opportunities to experience the latest developments and new gadgetry as well as how to elevate the technologies we’re already using. It is safe to say that in my search for the newest toys to take back to clients – Christmas has well and truly come early.
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I love live events. After months (ok, weeks) of planning, you inevitably find yourself at that starting line. The familiar knot of anticipation, adrenaline, and overwhelming satisfaction that you made it here. It’s what makes the long days, sleepless nights and thirty versions of a revised agenda worth it. So what happens when your audience are no longer in the room with you? When your speakers are dotted around the globe? When your meeting is virtual? Does that knot cease to exist? In short – no! And is the journey you take to get there different? Probably not. Here’s why.