Don’t alienate the fastest-growing segment at your events by talking about millennials like we aren’t in the room.
At its best, Periscope is the fly on the wall … any wall in the world. At its worst, it’s a never-ending video selfie.
The ultimate promo piece is something that gets significant use or sits in clear view on a client’s desk, gently reminding them just how awesome you are.
I began to get nervous. My team and I are (self-proclaimed) event technology experts, but producing a livestreaming event is a whole other barrel of monkeys.
There is no more prominent trend in the event industry than responsible website design.
No, the QR code is not extinct, but it does need to go on the Endangered Species List.
Hotels and conference centers aren’t yet installing magnificent glowing orbs that can read and transfer human thoughts, but they’re closer than you might think.
No-cell zones can be a hard sell, says well-connected planner (and reformed Blankie lover).
Apple Watch has the potential to be as revolutionary as the original iPod, iPhone or iPad.
Connectivity, especially the wireless variety, has apparently jumped up the list of human needs to a spot somewhere between food/water/shelter and a comfortable temperature.
With some honest self-evaluation and thoughtful insight, that new little conference app in the window can be your new best friend.
Hybrid and virtual meetings are no longer reserved for tech geeks with big budgets. They are a staple.
The very best tech tool you can have for managing meetings is the one that you will actually use!