Posted on Leave a comment

5 Marketing Trends That Will be Hot in 2017

Want the edge in 2017? Staying on top of the latest marketing trends can help catapult your events into the spotlight.

With the arrival of Generation Z as fully-fledged consumers and constant developments in technology, times are a-changing and marketers are scrambling to react.

More information: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/blog/marketing-trends-for-events-ds00/

Posted on Leave a comment

Three Networking Gadgets That Are Transforming the Event Industry

The event industry has experienced a whirlwind of changes and improvements over the past decade. And, with unique technologies like virtual reality and robots becoming a part of the event landscape, that’s a trend that you can count on to continue.

More information: http://meetingpool.net/blog/2016/10/04/three-networking-gadgets-that-are-transforming-the-event-industry/

Posted on Leave a comment

RFID vs NFC: The Complete Guide for #EventProfs

What does it all mean?

In a nutshell – it’s simple tap and interact technology.

You may not even know it, but you’re already using RFID and NFC on a daily basis. If you use an Oyster card or a contactless credit card then you’ll be used to giving commands through a tap system. It’s as easy as that.

More information: http://www.noodlelive.com/blog/rfid-vs-nfc-the-complete-guide-for-eventprofs/

Posted on Leave a comment

The Business Case for A Mobile Event App

Think event tech is a luxurious expense? Think again. There’s actually a great business case for allocating budget towards a strong event app strategy. Noodle Live specialises in helping #EventProfs to navigate the tech jungle and create a versatile mobile event app that will improve the quality and outcomes of the overall event.

More information: http://www.noodlelive.com/blog/the-business-case-for-a-mobile-event-app/

Posted on Leave a comment

9 Event Tech Trends to Watch in 2017

#EventTech is one of the fastest moving industries around. This year’s cutting edge device could be out of date and gathering dust in six months time. But if you know what to look for, you can see some trends coming and start to prepare ahead of time, making sure you’re always offering your clients the most interesting products and solutions.

More information: http://www.noodlelive.com/blog/9-event-tech-trends-to-watch-in-2017/

Posted on Leave a comment

Could a Chatbot Replace the Need for an Event App?

Mobile messaging through SMS and apps like Facebook Messenger is one of the newest options for planners looking for easy, instant communication with event attendees. The communication is done through a chatbot, which is a software program that includes artificial intelligence to power automated conversations.

More information: http://www.bizbash.com/could-a-chatbot-replace-the-need-for-an-event-app/new-york/story/33387#.WIybsNJ96M8

Posted on Leave a comment

WRANGLER USES HOLOGRAM FOR A BIG RODEO WIN AND 32% CONVERSION RATE

I’ll admit, I’m what you’d call a city slicker. Don’t own a pair of boots. But I do know how to lasso a busy lobby full of real-life cowboys and girls, corral them around a national Brand and convert them at an impressive 32%.

More information: http://prsonas.com/wrangler-uses-hologram-for-a-big-32-conversion-rate/

Posted on Leave a comment

Jenni Rivera’s Hologram Debuts at Day of the Dead Event in Hollywood

Fans at the 17th annual Day of the Dead event at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery, were witnesses to a hologram of the late singer Jenni Rivera.

According to Billboard, Juan Rivera, Jenni’s younger brother, took the stage to reveal the hologram. He nervously introduced his sister, who became the first regional Mexican singer and Latin artist to have a hologram.

More information: http://www.eonline.com/news/806081/jenni-rivera-s-hologram-debuts-at-day-of-the-dead-event-in-hollywood