How Much Tech Do I Use For My Event?
Event Tech Lab's February Open Office features some great new start-ups and a panel of experts from Barclays Bank, DRP and George P Johnson. Find out what you should be thinking about when you are considering what event tech you need for your next event.
Join us at the Digital Catpult London - one of the city's amazing new tech venues - for an evening of fresh tech, education and networking.
Our event kicks off with pitches from start up's.
Hear from EventProFinder, Social Tables, Wi-5 and Yellobox live on stage. Beeem (Budapest), Loopd (San Francisco), My Mic (Melbourne) and Weemss Awards Management (Sofia) will join us via this Google Hangout feed.
Next up - our panel discussion will explore the issues and suggest tips on 'How Much Tech Do I Use For My Event?'.
Emma Stoker from Barclays Bank, Ben Wallace from DRP and Nick Riggall from George P Johnson are your experts for the evening.
There will also be a Q and A.
The programme is followed by networking over beer, wine and pizza.
Tickets for the live event are bookable here:
The pitches start at 7pm. The panel discussion starts at 7.45pm.
The event runs until 9pm.
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- AmazeWallHead tech, presentOrganising kit that enables events, retail outlets and gyms to successfully utilise social media tools to their max.
And so my online career commenced.
First port of call was with Microsoft, (designing and building a new Games website), I then swanned over to Apple (converting the US site to English for the UK market), Canon and various other top notch global companies. Remember, this was a long time ago (in internet years) when only the biggest companies could afford anything resembling a professional website.
It was a grand job, with brilliantly inspirational people but, eventually, had to come to an end. That's when I set up the online production agency Point and Stare, around 6 years ago, and I'm still loving it.
At night you can usually find me huddled over a Google Hangout, annoying people on the 4Networking forum, writing WordPress plugins or generally planning my next move which currently includes having tons of fun with Notculus - Virtual Reality in a box.
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