Whether you’re an event agency, social media agency, branding agency or PR agency, there is one constant theme - pitching. To avoid the monotony of Microsoft PowerPoint, use Glisser as a powerpoint alternative to inject energy into client pitches, provide you with a unique selling point and gather valuable data insight.
As event season starts, many planners overlook Wi-Fi as an easy and last minute factor on their checklist of things to get done. And finally, when they are hard pressed to find a provider, planners are cornered into bad deals and buying huge bandwidths that are completely unnecessary for their event.
After starting off as a specialised conference within the telecom industry, Mobile World Congress has since risen to become arguably the biggest and most anticipated enterprise tech show. With an estimated 100,000 attendees expected to embark on their annual tech pilgrimage to the Catalonia capital, 2019 is poised to be no exception.
Researching and purchasing event-tech is the first step. Knowing how to best utilise the tech comes next. With this in mind, here are seven interactive ways to create knockout sessions at your next event.
CCPA. Another acronym poised to potentially disrupt data-driven business. As the 5th largest global economy, California’s decisions on consumer privacy could have lasting world-wide effects as the law becomes more well-defined. With the recent GDPR ding against Google (for a whopping £44 million), it’s clear that these data laws will impact businesses.