If you hire an interpreter for a one-on-one business negotiation, odds are the only components required are you, the client, an interpreter and everyone’s respective laptops. In the case of simultaneous interpretation, or where a larger, multilingual audience will be present, the right interpretation equipment ensures everyone’s message is heard and understood, without the confusion and noise disturbance that exists when multiple interpreters are working in the same space.
When you are planning an event for a multilingual audience you must consider all parties involved. Everyone knows that clear communication is important to any successful business, however, this becomes increasingly complicated when more than one language is involved. Important points can be misunderstood or not heard at all. This is when simultaneous interpreting is valuable.
More information: http://blog.dynamiclanguage.com/simultaneous_interpreting
The FISH Live Event Operating System™ platform is revolutionizing the sporting event industry for professional sports leagues and teams with Single sign-on registration. Years ago, FISH Technologies looked at the system for fan events and saw that the system was very flawed from 3 key prospectives.
1. The fan’s prospective
2. The brand’s prospective
3. The event organizer’s prospective
More information: https://liveeventos.com/single-sign-on-registration/
As event professionals, we need to be asking the right questions.
How can we use gamification to drive value for both the attendee and the event stake holder?
How can we be strategic and make those two facets blend in harmony?
In a perfect environment, gamification is a catalyst for driving value for both of the event stake holders and the conference attendees.
More information: https://liveeventos.com/gamification-conferences/
Large events such as conferences take extreme coordination and preparation to be successful. This can increase dramatically when conference interpreting services are needed to serve a multilingual audience.
To ensure a smooth and successful event, preparation for interpreter services should begin with ample time until the event otherwise you risk all your hard work and preparation not being accurately conveyed in multiple languages which can reflect poorly on your organizations ability to organize and run an event to non-English speakers.
The scavenger hunt is among the initial baby steps that event producers are taking as they explore how iBeacons can add value to their events. This past week’s MacWorld/iWorld event here in San Francisco is a prime example.
Based on interviews with the major principals involved down at Moscone Center last week, here are some of the elements to keep in mind as you consider doing one of your own:
More information: http://www.eventmanagerblog.com/scavenger-hunt-ibeacons
If you are looking to run an event that will be remembered by the guests, technology can help with the task. Whether you are looking to uniquely illuminate an area or include live music, why not try out some of the latest technologies that can take your event to the next level.
LEDs can help you create a magical atmosphere. For example, during the party for the 10th anniversary of the hotel nhow Milano, the lights on the artists’ clothes caught the attention of the audience during the incredible show.