A professional emcee isn’t just for introducing speakers—it’s a role that can help with event marketing, audience experience, risk management, and more.
Power over ethernet technology is not new, but it is now making its way into hotels. Here’s a brief primer to keep you up to date on this trend.
Zoom introduces a new feature called IQ, a “conversation intelligence software” to keep attendees and non-attendees up to speed on a meeting’s content and next steps through A.I.-generated summaries.
A recent MeetingsNet webinar addressed the role of event technologist in both strategy and logistics, and how planners seeking to be one can get their executives to buy into this now-critical skill set.
Veteran meetings-tech consultant Corbin Ball talks about the possible uses of A.I. before, during, and after events take place, and what he hopes to see in late April at North America’s inaugural Event Tech Live show.
More properties are joining the platform that allows planners to secure group room blocks for small meetings without an RFP.
The meeting-technology company has announced a partnership with Destinations International, positioning it for a rollout of new services to the convention market.
An acquisition aims to make the company more relevant in today’s reinvigorated in-person environment.
The AV industry’s staffing situation is tight and can affect your meeting if you don’t plan ahead, says the president of Animatic Media.