Taking the EventTech 2017 Stage. Three Times.
Get the quick recap and full slide decks from my presentations at EventTech 2017.
Across the three-day conference, EventTech 2017 showcased the latest technologies, newest trends, top best practices, and biggest case studies.
I was proud to join the conference creators, Event Marketer magazine, and take the stage three times for two
different fast-moving sessions (due to its’ popularity our 15 Tech Trends presentation both
opened and, with an encore, closed Day 1 of the conference).
You can download my EventTech 2017 presentations here or review them below.
15 Tech Trends To Bet On
Back by popular demand, this fast-paced trend spotting session will take you around the world for a sneak peek at the latest and greatest technologies you’ve probably never seen before. Uncover macro trends in the industry, see how brands are tapping new technologies, and walk away with a tablet full of inspiration, cutting-edge ideas, and fresh technologies to try at your next event.
Here are the headlines for the 15 technology-driven trends that were showcased in my presentation:
- Facial Recognition
- Gaze-based Interfaces
- Tapping Brain Waves
- Hacking Brain Waves
- Artificial Voices
- AI Video Production
- Augmented Presentations
- Augmented Desktops
- Reeling in Reality
- Shared Experiences
- Live VR Events
- Connected Networking
- Blockchain Everywhere
- Ink, Reinvented
- Robots Come Home
The Best Platforms for Building B‑to‑B Communities
Community platforms, those “business social networks” of yesterday, have made a resurgence. From b‑to‑c players like Facebook, to b‑to‑b leaders like Salesforce, to the up-and-comers like Mighty Networks, event marketers have fresh opportunities and technologies for engaging their event communities year-round. In this session, find out what you need to know about the newest players and latest social platforms. Walk away with an overview of the options and a game plan to boost engagement between your brand and attendees at your next b‑to‑b event.
By Brent Turner
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