As registration opens for Event Tech Live 2015, organizer AMP Events has announced a series of interesting initiatives that will encourage attendees to engage with the event from the outset.
From selecting the topics and speakers that will form the event’s educational content to utilizing the latest registration and social media technology, visitors pre-registering will be asked to participate in advance in order to maximize their experience on the day.
Event Tech Live is promising a packed program for the 2015 show, including keynote sessions on the main stage, two ‘Campfire’ areas and the return of the popular Tech Demo stage, with the vast majority of the content chosen by the event’s audience via crowd sourcing. The organizer has already began accepting submissions and has put a call out for 60 second video pitches that will be subject to a public vote.
In addition AMP Events has also partnered with N200 and GleanIn to adopt the latest visitor registration technology for the event. This includes showing visitors, as they register, which fellow registrants, exhibitors brands and stand personnel they are connected to via social media, enabling them to reach out and make contact ahead of the event.
“It’s important to us that we build upon the success we achieved in 2014. Therefore continuing the unique format, engaging with our visitors and integrating as much event technology as we possibly can features heavily in our plans for 2015,” explained Adam Parry, commercial director, AMP Events. “We want everyone who invests time in the event to gain as much from the experience as possible, whether that is knowledge, networking or discovering new products and services.”
Perfect for event professionals interested in the latest innovations, technologies and software to assist them in the planning and delivery of their events, Event Tech Live will take place at the Old Truman Brewery on Nov. 11.
From corporates, agencies and meeting planners to festival directors, conference and exhibition organizers, anyone involved in organizing events should attend. To register, visit http://bit.ly/ETLREG