The Conference Buyer’s Guide 2018

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The conference model has shaken off the restraints of the last century, and the flipcharts, overhead projectors, disinterest, to become a pioneering part of the event industry proper.

In step with the modern picture, the 2nd edition of Conference Buyer’s Guide focuses on trends – GDPR’s sector-specific impact, getting the best from delegate responses to feedback forms and picking the best speaker; technology – the dividends/drawbacks of virtual conferencing and its alliance with the event in three dimensions, hardware, Wi-Fi considerations; and venues / regions.

What are the benefits of putting a conference somewhere outside a company’s immediate surrounds? Does the impact of, for example, Manchester, Bath, the New Forest, Warwickshire, Aberdeen, Dublin or Derry justify the cost?

There’s a whole lot more here too of course, and the content comes from proven sources, so we’re very grateful to all our contributors for getting this Guide out of the blocks with such panache. Putting the contemporary in conferencing.

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Adam is the co-founder and editor of www.eventindustrynews.com Adam, a technology evangelist also organises Event Tech Live, Europe’s only show dedicated to event technology and the Event Technology Awards. Both events take place in November, London.