Globibo, the new leader in virtual event platforms has announced that they have secured their 3rd large-scale Virtual-First conference and will use artificial intelligence to synergize content, data augmentation and to increase data security.
Globibo have been running a Platform-as-a-Service (PAAS) for conferences since 2012 and has since executed multiple large-scale conferences. The Globibo virtual meeting platform is powered by artificial intelligence and is a trusted provider to small businesses, organizations and large associations for their virtual meeting needs. While the COVID-19 pandemic may have accelerated this trend, there is no doubt that this service was in high demand even Pre-Covid, with over 10,000 active participants on the platform.
Globibo’s first large-scale Virtual-First meeting attracted more than 3,000 participants and was live streamed from 3 locations and included live polling, Q&A’s, and interactive presentations. The Globibo platform became the talk of the industry and soon hosted their 2nd Virtual-First meeting with more attendees than their previous conference.
During a recent press conference, the company spokesperson for Globibo was quoted as saying, “The objective was to make conference content available and facilitate networking before, during, and after the event. The Increase in virtual communication during the pandemic has created higher expectations to differentiate virtual events vs standardized webinars and zoom sessions.”
He went on to say, “This is where Globibo excels. The combination of our highly advanced platform and artificial intelligence is what has made our virtual meeting platform so successful and an industry favourite.”
To learn more about Globibo and their virtual meeting platform, visit their official website at https://www.globibo.com
“With a high number of abstract submissions and registration numbers that put ASN on track to have the largest meeting in its history, ASN’s Board of Directors and leadership team has remained committed to delivering an experience the nutrition community craves.”
Virtual events require a lot of effort and time to produce and involve as much, if not more work than an in-person event. When things start to go wrong, attendees don’t have to walk half a mile to report it. Problems are immediate and people expect solutions a whole lot faster. This makes it all the more important that you have the right people to prevent and handle these issue when they occur. You want a dream team.
IMEX Frankfurt 2020 Cancels due to the global outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19). Previously scheduled for May 12-14 in Germany, IMEX Frankfurt will not go on as planned, according to show officials. IMEX Group Chairman Ray Bloom and CEO Carina Bauer issued the following letter yesterday morning detailing the cancellation: It is with deep sadness and heavy hearts that we announce the cancellation of this year’s IMEX in Frankfurt (due to take place 12-14 May). We know that this will come as an enormous disappointment, not only to the exhibitors, buyers and industry professionals who were due to attend the show, but also to the global business events community.
This week marks the end of another WEC conference by MPI in Toronto. Aventri was onsite helping planners optimize their meetings and events, and noticed that not only did WEC focus on teaching attendees how to create shared experiences during their events, WEC also exceeded any attendees expectations. With educational sessions on social media in the WEC Villages, networking parties, #MeetingsToo sessions, and more, WEC 2019 was a conference not to be missed.
Looking to attend an AI event or two this year? We’ve listed 20 of the top machine learning conferences in 2019.
The term “machine learning” was first coined in 1959 by Arthur Samuel, a pioneer in the fields of computer gaming and artificial intelligence. It refers to the study of algorithms that computer systems use to perform specific tasks without receiving step-by-step instructions.
Having worked at EventMobi for close to two years, I’ve had hundreds of strategy conversations with my clients on how best to utilize their event technology to engage and connect with their audiences, specifically when it comes to event app adoption. On these calls I like to start by asking my client, “What are the event goals for your app this year? What quantifiable thing would you like to measure in order to say, ‘This was a success!’?
Even as the event management industry has been growing exponentially, the event technology space has taken several leaps and bounds in the past few years. As event technology becomes an indispensable part of event organization, it can be interesting to see what wonders it could showcase this year. Here are some tech-trends to watch out for in 2018:
eventcore is a solid event registration tool for corporate events. Here is our review.
Let’s start this review by saying that eventcore has been around for 34 years. It is a company that you may know of if you’ve worked on very demanding events that require sophisticated registration tools.
eventcore has been growing quite fast in the last few years, making the news on February 22nd, when it raised $4M.
Technology moves fast. Today’s latest and greatest is tomorrow’s old news, and keeping up with what’s hot can sometimes feel like a full-time job. Plus, new gear is expensive! Have no fear, we’ve compiled a list of the 15 coolest tech items that you can rent, so you can have your cake and eat it too, all without breaking the bank.
Meetings and events are designed around learning from your peers. Whether you are attending an internal meeting or you’re joining a global conference, you’re in attendance to become educated on a topic. Along with that comes networking; everyone there may not be speaking publicly, but there is still something to learn from them.
In that case, event and meeting professionals need to get creative with environments that breed both natural and planned networking.
The best events transcend engaging the audience – they make the subject matter and entire experience come alive. An increasingly popular method is projection mapping, a technique that upends all our memories of flat-screen home movie projections and creates 3D experiences like those at the Courtyard by Marriott Super Bowl Sleepover in New York City.
This is the third in a series of articles by Core-apps about Event Tech Trends
Event organizers know the event app landscape continues to evolve. From changes in the Apple App Store to a continuous flood of startups, products and services penetrating the marketplace. Event organizers have no shortage of options to get an app out there, but one element of event app creation that should be consistent regardless of the platform is the user experience and the creative execution.
There’s nearly an endless (and ever-growing!) supply of technology you can utilize at trade shows and events. However, having the latest and greatest tech doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll have a more successful event or get more leads at the show. In order to be truly great, event technology should be aligned with your event goals and used in a way that promotes engagement and interaction. It needs to compliment your brand vision instead of draw attention away from it.
ATLANTA, March 9, 2018 /PRNewswire/ —MoZeus Worldwide has announced the development of a new experiential marketing tool that allows users to replace or manipulate the background in any photo – similar to that of green screen technology – without the requirement of a physical green screen.
Utilizing iOS TrueDepth camera capabilities, Augmented Reality Backgrounds measure depth data via the dual cameras to apply different backgrounds, filters or effects to any layer of a photo.
Acquisition will expand Cvent’s industry-leading portfolio of mobile event technologies to enhance the attendee experience, generate meaningful sponsorship opportunities, and drive increased event ROI.
Cvent, a market leader in meetings, events, and hospitality technology, has announced its intent to acquire QuickMobile, a pioneer of mobile event apps, based in Vancouver, British Columbia.
How do I ensure a smooth and fast entry process for my attendees? How can I make sure that data can quickly be changed on-site at the event without causing delays?
XING Events, Boomset along and Choose 2 Rent have announced a new partnership. The aim of this partnership is to offer organisers a smooth and fully automated entry process with state-of-the-art technologies.
Mobile event apps have stormed onto the scene over the last few years. The rise of the smartphone has led to the almost universally held belief that they can supplant dedicated devices completely and will be better on all levels. Literally, hundreds of providers appeared in the market and they are all hungry for your business.
In some respects they are right. There are undoubtedly many more things you can do with a smartphone than you can do with an electronic voting keypad.
“If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have told me a faster horse.” — Henry Ford
Things that once seemed futuristic are now mainstream: personal assistants in your phone or transcontinental video chat, for example. At some point, everything we now think of as normal seemed cutting edge.
The consumer shows and expos market is booming in Australia — a recent industry survey revealed that 67% of expo event creators are running new shows in 2018.
Strong growth means increased pressure on your event to succeed. Events that fail to innovate and deliver high value to exhibitors and sponsors will be left in favour of the new kids on the block. To avoid losing market share to new entrants, your event needs to stay ahead of the curve.
Stories are becoming increasingly popular amongst social media users as a quick and easy way to share important moments as they happen. Where events are concerned, stories are the perfect tool for creating FOMO (fear of missing out). How can eventprofs make the most of stories and encourage attendees to share the load?
Little did Snapchat’s founders, Evan Spiegel and Bobby Murphy know, when they created Snapchat in 2012, they created more than a photo app.
Face recognition (FR) is rapidly becoming part of our everyday lives.iPhone X users open their phone using FR as their passwords. Airlines andTSA are starting to use FR as a faster and more secure way of check-in and boarding flights. Apple, Facebook, Google and Snapchat have made recent significant investments to build their FR capabilities. It is likely, in the next few years, that FR will help to eliminate passwords and provide easier and more secure ways of protecting our online identities and data.
Technology has the potential to transform audience engagement at your event, but just because it’s available doesn’t necessarily mean your audience will use it.
Securing participant buy-in requires strategic pre-planning and is vital if you wish to maximise the return on your investment. We asked the designers of seven leading event tech tools for their advice on increasing adoption…
You’ve been asking for it, and we’re thrilled to be finally delivering it… For our April event intelligence webinar we’re gave you an up close and personal encounter with our entire suite of event technology AND the people who build it.
See all of the Tribe tools in action, meet the brains behind each of our partner companies and see what your events could be like with the ultimate in event tech connectiveness.
International Confex and Musion have unveiled details of the speakers, content and holographics that will take to the stage of the Keynote Theatre across both days of International Confex this year. The programme will punctuate the ‘live’ keynotes and panel sessions at the show, bringing visual content to the Confex conference programme.
Each of the sessions will feature high profile examples of holographics at work, from keynote speeches to brand experience, awards to conferences and educational events.
Disruptive Technologists Event: The Augmented Reality Experience will be held on January 30th, 2017, at Microsoft in Times Square. The Featured speaker will be the developer of the HoloLens, a see-through display worn over your eyes. Unlike Oculus Rift and VR Devices, the eye-piece component of HoloLens is transparent and the headset requires neither PC nor smartphone.z
Pause Fest is Australia’s premier digital event, aimed at supporting and showcasing the best in creative and tech from Australia and all over the world. In 2015, Pause Fest partnered with Lighthouse to deploy a network of beacons that delivered proximity based content and experiences to attendees, while enabling real-time event analytics for the organizers.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 22, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — The Virtual Reality Developers Conference (VRDC), the premier event for creators of immersive VR (and AR) experiences, today announced dates and location for its second edition – its first standalone event. Bringing an expanded focus and new Advisory Board, the two-day event will bring together designers, programmers, business professionals, producers, artists, and audio practitioners to share best practices, demo new technology, create new business partnerships, and exchange ideas with innovators shaping the industry.