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  • Content is one of the most underutilized conference assets. A content management and engagement platform can provide organizers with the tools and incentives to extend the life of conference content. By expanding the definition of content, making it available to more consumers, monitoring content-engagement behavior, and contextualizing engagement data, organizers can produce more responsive, agile, personalized, and lucrative events.

  • Event management software platforms help users optimize processes. But that value proposition is short-sighted. EventCollab looks beyond process efficiency when it sells to the C-Suite.

  •   By Michelle Bruno Attendees don’t have time to wander around at conferences and tradeshows hoping that serendipity delivers the payoff for a week out of pocket. They want tailor-made information, co ...
  • Insane Impact provide outdoor rated mobile LED screens. It's a growing event-technology segment that sparks the imagination and generates additional income.

  • Social machines, devices that deliver products in exchange for tweets and posts, are appearing in more events. It's a sign that event planners and brands are leveraging the multi-demensional experiences that attendees are creating for themselves.

  • Pathable is an event matchmaking and networking platform that functions as an event mobile app, but stays rooted in the desktop experience. The company's start as a social network for events helps it to differentiate from the growing category of app competitors and leverage the trend toward structured networking, appointment-setting, and relationship-building.





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