Being able to attend an entire event virtually felt very futuristic until a few months ago when tech improved dramatically and new health situations encouraged us to change our view on traditional events. So, we have great news (and a solid solution for event planners that still need their events), with some attendees hesitant to travel or unable to be (physically) in one place all together.
Ever been at an event that could have done with a bit more… fun? Ever thought that the speakers could engage the crowd a bit more, or that you’ve got some burning questions you’d love to ask but would rather not be subject to the traditional “roving mic”? The reality is, you probably aren’t the only one thinking that, and the good news is that we have a solution!
One of our most exciting projects at the moment is the Think Big Series by PSG where thought leaders from around South Africa in various industries such as sports, aviation, the tobacco industry, education, and others have come together to discuss some of the most fascinating topics, with some of the most knowledgeable people in the business – award-winning journalist Bruce Whitfield, Herman Mashaba and Jacques Pauw. This is a series made for the public and goes into deep insights on a variety of fronts, so the importance of a smooth-running show is paramount.
How cool is this! Our CEO Mike Lysko had the amazing opportunity to speak about The Ultimate Tools for Event Planners and Event Tech trends at the SAACI - Tshwanefication event which was held in Pretoria.
Event Planners got the chance to try out our famous Live poll and Q&A feature during his presentation. SAACI – Tshwanefication was a great event that catered to event planners around the world with current trends in event planning.
Recently we’ve been reading up on the latest and greatest in event tech and found some gems that need a mention to transform your next event, conference, exhibition, seminar or meeting. Here are 5 top tech trends to look out for and incorporate into your event where you can:
Whether you are preparing for a virtual event held on your event website or mobile app, we’ve made it an even smoother process by enhancing the video streaming capabilities all-round. Our video interfaces across channels have also been polished to improve how the event comes across to attendees to ensure that the user experience is always improving. Even live streaming in 3D worlds is possible and is being consistently developed further to create a better view for the audience and presenters and create a more life-like and engaging experience.