Technology is changing the event world and we are all scrambling to keep up.
If you produce events, sponsor events, or offer new technologies that can improve the event experience, I want you to join us for an important dialog taking place at SXSW on March 9th.
I will be hosting, along with Loic LeMeur, founder of LeWeb, an interactive core conversation on Event Success Through New Tools & Technologies. We especially want to invite the Community of Event Producers, Event Sponsors and Technologists to participate with us in the discussion.
Events have changed. The challenges involved with marketing them, sponsoring them, or simply figuring out which to attend, have been transformed. New technologies are rewriting the rules and we are all playing catch up.
At our second annual interactive core conversation we seek to explore best practices, case studies and new tools for succeeding with live events. We will once again bring together top event producers, sponsors and technologists in a conversation about how these new tools can increase the success of our events, both for those that put them on, and for those that attend.
Read the full description of the panel on the SXSW website.
Last year’s inaugural discussion included participants like Robert Scoble, IAB, Lanyrd, Reed Exhibitions, The Gates Foundation and many others, sharing perspectives on topics like event programming, networking, live-streaming and better supporting both sponsors and attendees. You can see our full 2012 write up here
Last year’s inaugural discussion included fresh perspectives on topics like event programming, onsite networking, live-streaming and better supporting both sponsors & attendees (see our write up here) from participants like Robert Scoble, IAB, Lanyrd, Reed Exhibitions, SponsorHub, The Gates Foundation and many others.
We hope you can join us in March in person. But either way, let us know of your interest in the comments below or email me at email@example.com and we can add you to our list of business leaders interested in being part of this conversation as it unfolds both online and at leading events like SXSW.
Thanks, and we look forward to the continued dialog!