The top six platform-agnostic apps for meeting and event professionals.
Let’s take some time to dig into the latest and greatest when it comes to getting our audiences engaged in the conversation.
A look at real-world examples of how virtual reality is currently being used in the meeting and event industry.
While you’re likely to see an ever-increasing number of Cardboard-style VR viewers at meetings and events and being given away at trade shows in the next six, 12, 18 months, it’s important to realize that what you should be focusing on is becoming comfortable with VR—and then learning VR content creation strategy and execution.
A five-part guide for telecommuters, wannabes and road warriors.
Each site listed here can help you work smarter or better in some way, and is worth at least a brief visit.
Novelist William Gibson was right when he said that the future is already here — it’s just unevenly distributed. While some professional planners struggle with how to make time for social media initiatives, others are integrating science fiction-inspired technologies. Here are some hi-fi and low-fi ways to collaborate on the cutting edge.
Here’s a handy guide to three of the biggest technology timesavers out there: templates, online registration/attendee management systems and mobile applications.