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Event Technology in the age of Bitcoin

Written by Stephane Doutriaux, Group Commercial Director at Poken - A GES Company The cryptocurrency has made headline news regularly in the past months,...

Guest Blog: 7 ways Apple’s latest updates could impact #EventProfs

On September 12th Apple called their annual press conference in Cupertino, California. The event is always huge news for Apple fans and developers and...

How to get the most out of your Event Tech Live ’17 experience

As Europe’s only show dedicated to Event Technology, ‘Event Tech Live’ is a firm fixture in the calendar. For the Meetoo team, taking part...

Invest in a high growth tech startup – @evvnt – CEO VIDEO on @Crowdcube

We have been planning our strategic next stage investment since August 2016 looking at how best to raise money, with the right type of...

Guest Blog: Stay out of the quiet zone – Use gifts to keep event...

Written by John Ruhlin, founder and CEO of the Ruhlin Group One truth in event planning is that ticket sales have two peak times: when...

Guest Blog: The evolution of digital communications in delivering live events

Sean Spencer, head of venues and facilities at IET Venues comments… The impact of digital production within events – from app gamification, to RFID...

Event technology just took a giant step forward (with a little help from Apple)

At DoubleDutch, we’ve long known that the White Label Event App model (siloed, disposable apps for each customer) was not ideal.  It was bad...

Top 5 tips for incentive trips with Andy Grierson, Project Manager at drp

https://eventindustrynews.wistia.com/medias/t3imzj9a84?embedType=async&seo=false&videoFoam=true&videoWidth=640 Content provided by drp.

Guest Blog: Don’t talk uncertainty, identify risks for better futureproofing

Events, dear boy…… I’m writing this an hour or so after being a panellist for Event Industry news on their ‘Election Podcast Pt. 2’. I...

Appetising Artworks – Personalisation at Events

At an incentive, your guests are already enjoying the picturesque sights, discovering new cuisines, landscapes and wines… Many will be partaking in exciting activities...

How machine learning helps the development of the event industry

Written by Daniil Shcherbakov - Business Development Director & Kirill Malyshev - Head of Content at Radario Machine Learning is perhaps one of the main...

Kathryn James interview: The Customer Experience

The 1-2-1 series by Event Industry News interviews influencers, leaders and champions within the UK exhibition market. We ask them to deconstruct their views...

Why you really need a professional photographer at your business event

It is tempting for any business to want to cut costs as long as there is no downside to doing so. It makes sense...

Seeing is believing: Should you be using holograms at your events?

The use of holograms at events has had its peaks and troughs over the past few years, skyrocketing to international prominence with the brilliant,...

CDM Regulations and Exhibition & Event Stands

Exploring the implications and risks for Exhibitors and Event Managers by Lee Holloway CMIOSH, chartered health and safety adviser, retained by Quadrant2Design Overview In early 2016, the...

Guest Blog: Sharing more insights and experiences of technology helps everyone to understand it...

Written by Caleb Parker, Chair, Technology Committee, HBAA A walk around any major business travel or meetings industry event demonstrates the vast range and number...
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Guest Blog: Using VR and AR in events

Written by Alastair Reece, Head of DBpixelhouse Last week, we wrote about the differences between Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality and the more recent development in...

Virtual Reality, Mixed Reality and Augmented Reality – What’s what and which is when?

Alastair Reece at DBpixelhouse www.dbpixelhouse.co.uk gives us the lowdown on the biggest event tech trend this year The phenomenal growth of Virtual Reality in the...

Is a robotic revolution on the horizon?

Jenny was an extremely busy event professional working at the corporate HQ of a finance firm in the city.  As a time-poor and fatigued...

Event R.O.Whatever

By Matt Coyne, Technology Engagement Architect at GES EMEA Everyone has an opinion. In our industry one of the most talked about subjects today is...

Art of persistence

‘Gifts of the west winds, dark and deep, in secret sunset, places creep’, Wire start their 2017 concert campaign, at Reading’s Sub89, with Boiling...

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