Much has changed since RFID — radio-frequency identification — first appeared on the meeting scene in the early 2000s. Now, with voting and social applications, RFID can create a whole new level of interactivity for attendees, companies, sponsors and virtual visitors.
With smartphone technology on the rise, event planners are adding apps to their technology arsenals – for their own planning efforts and for attendees’ engagement. This pieces looks at attendee-centric apps.
Anywhere from 20 million to 44 million of us work from home at least one day a week. But doing so isn’t right for everyone.
A virtual event, quite simply, is one that is broadcast over the Internet. It typically has audio of a presenter, and visuals in the format of slides.
After you know what attendees learned, did, and how that affected the organization financially — only then are you ready to measure ROI.
QR codes are designed specifically to direct users to a mobile-optimized webpage. They are great for both pre-event marketing and on-site event engagement.