Event Tech Live – the UK’s dedicated event technology show – returns to London on November 9 with ‘more content than ever’, according to organisers.
The annual show is celebrating its fifth edition and has become a must-attend for event organisers across the country.
Hosted at the Truman Brewery in East London, the show enables event organisers to hear from companies right across the technology gamut, to see and sample the latest solutions, talk to people designing and delivering them and to discover what works best for your event.
Adam Parry, co-founder of Event Tech Live, said: “In the face of current political thinking, technology knows no boundaries. Our content, exhibitors and audience are truly international. If there’s a revolutionary data dissemination solution in Russia, the States or Europe, and there is, in all three, they can serve Glasgow, Greenwich, Greenland or Germany equally efficiently.”
Event Tech Live is hoping to attract event organisers from all corners of the UK – especially Scotland – as there is no other show dedicated to event technology which offers such a range of solutions to the market.
Streamed in categories specific to, fittingly, five stages, Expo & Engage, Festival & Future, Brand & Buzz, Conference & Creativity and Launchpad & Start-ups, each platform will host sector-specific feature presentations, panel discussions and live tech demonstrations. Sessions include:
Brand & Buzz Stage: What agencies and clients really want, Personalising the brand experience, Ultra HD events and using an app to understand your audience.
Conference & Creativity Stage: Tips for GDPR, Reaching an international audience online and Event Marketing – How to boost outreach and clout online to maximise registration.
Expo & Engage: Creating digital interactive attractions at exhibitions, Brand Warriors, Using the latest technology and engaging creative to immerse consumers, Technology to personalise the brand experience and Do event apps have a future at exhibitions.
Festival & Future Stage: Star Events’ solution to staging Adele’s revolutionary in-the-round stadium tour, the spoils of the Royal Horticultural Society’s relationship with D2i, in terms of contractor administration, and Crowd Connected’s ‘ground breaking’ presentation on its new health, safety and security technology.
Event Tech Live is at the Old Truman Brewery, half a mile from Liverpool Street Station, on Thursday 9 November. Doors open at 9:30am.
Flybe is offering flights from £75 from Edinburgh to London City Airport (roundtrip) – which is the closest airport with links to Bank Station on the DLR (plus a 10-minute walk). EasyJet flies to London Luton for £49 (roundtrip), an hour’s journey from Luton Airport Parkway to Liverpool Street.
Register here for free entry.