John Federico (@gadgetboy) talks with Sean Holladay (@seanholladay) of Crowd Mics about audience interaction, how to ensure that you’re getting the right WiFi and internet connectivity for your event and the value of serving others – and more.
John Federico (@gadgetboy) talks with Chris Ostoich (@chrisostoich) from Lisnr about how ultrasonic audio can add new and powerful capabilities to your events like Proximity Location Awareness, Access & Security, Digital Signage, Analytics, Payments & Transactions – and more. You can reach Chris via Twitter or email at email@example.com.
John Federico (@gadgetboy) talks with Alon Alroy (@alonalroy) of Bizzabo about the evolution of a popular event app into an all-in-one event management system, what it means to measure success for your event – and more!
John Federico (@gadgetboy) talks with Steven Wickel (@foehq) about Event Tech as a “Container Phrase” and the types of tech that should be included within.
We always mention that we integrate with over a dozen registration systems (including Eventbrite), because EventHero stands for “End-to-End Event Management” where your data is entered once and flows through to all necessary systems. In the end, your event is all about data and our goal is to eliminate Excel as the industry’s most popular data … Read more
This week we’ve got video, tactics for better storytelling to sell your event, and a great article about technology changing the face of sport. Hope your summer is off to a good start, @johnjwall Are People More Important Than Technology? The tables are turned on EventTech Podcast Host John Federico as he’s interviewed on … Read more
John Federico (@gadgetboy) talks with Ryan Costello (@costelloryan) of Event Farm about authenticity and trust driving results, the Internet of Things for Events, the new skills required of event marketing teams and more!
John Federico (@gadgetboy) talks with Alyssa Lancefield (@AlyssaEvents) about new ways to manage event staff and volunteers.
Events comprise the largest single line item in most corporate marketing budgets – a whopping 21%, on average. But road shows, corporate conferences and customer events are different from any other. These are your events. Anyone in attendance may be a prospect, an existing customer, a partner, a referral or an influencer. These people are the … Read more
We are working on a new project gathering best practices at road shows. If you run a multi-city event we would love to get your input and give you early access to the results. To learn more check out this blog post or just reply to this newsletter, I’d love to hear from you. … Read more