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.
The use of live streaming has grown in popularity over the last couple of years, thanks in part to the ease of posting across social media platforms such as Facebook, YouTube and Instagram. These platforms combined with 4G, increasingly the use of 5G systems and smartphones with high quality cameras have created a boom in users broadcasting live video to the world.
PowerPoint was first rolled out by Microsoft in 1987. Since then, they’ve added a raft of features with subsequent versions. It’s been the undisputed presentation king over the past three decades and rightly so - it was one of the first mainstream presentation tools. It revolutionised events, education and training, and everything in between. However, there’s now a plethora of new and exciting alternatives that enable even novice users to create highly visual, engaging and customised presentations.
Employee wellbeing is still often thought of as a nice to have or something you spend time on further down the line. This is especially true for start-ups and scale-ups. However, if you only shift your focus to it at a later stage then chances are it’s already too late - as employee wellbeing and employee performance are intrinsically linked
There is a common fear from many event organisers, educators and employers that event tech can lead to a less engaged audience. However, with the growing list of events embracing event tech, many attendees expect it at events. So use it at your next event and your engagement levels will spike!
Presentations are an eventuality that most of us experience on a regular occurrence in our professional lives. We witness hundreds of presentations a year with one recurring challenge...how do you marry data visualisation and audience engagement?