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Six ways AI helps your events make more money

If you’re looking to make more money with your next event, it’s time to start thinking about AI.

Smart matchmaking algorithms, multilingual chatbots and sentiment analysis are just some of the tools which can help make almost any show more interactive, productive and profitable.

Here are six ways AI helps drive positive revenue returns at your shows:

Read more at: https://expoplatform.com/blog/ai-matchmaking/six-ways-ai-more-money/

Read similar stories at: https://eventtechnology.org/category/technology-news/artificial-intelligence/

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How to Reach More People — And Sell More Tickets — With Automation

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When events are your business, numbers count. Last year, our creators reached 83 million unique buyers through Eventbrite. That’s an incredible opportunity to tap into new audiences and sell more tickets.

And produce more events. In the first quarter of 2022, paid events per Eventbrite creator averaged 3.2 events for the first quarter, compared to 2.7 events in the same quarter of 2019. In other words, you’re stepping up your game to meet consumer demand.

Read more at: https://www.eventbrite.com/blog/reach-more-people-sell-more-tickets-with-boost-automation/

Read similar stories at: https://eventtechnology.org/category/technology-news/artificial-intelligence/

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Top 3 Tech Solutions Event Venues Can Opt For

Event tech solutions for your venues can go a long way in providing an amazing guest experience for your event attendees. In 2020 – 2021, the virtual world through social media platforms has become the center of all interactions, personal or professional, and continues to do so. The number of online events is higher than ever before with Hybrid events becoming the next big thing as businesses are trying to adapt to the ‘new normal.

Read more at: https://www.yapsody.com/ticketing/blog/top-3-tech-solutions-event-venues-can-opt-for/

Read similar stories at: https://eventtechnology.org/category/technology-news/artificial-intelligence/

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Event Intelligence for Virtual, In-Person and Hybrid Events

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As event marketers turn to hybrid events, a major challenge that they will inevitably face is the complexity of managing hybrid event data – a task that has grown exponentially with the blending of virtual and in-person audiences. For every event campaign (and this includes virtual, in-person and hybrid events) marketers should have a trusted plan for collecting and analyzing data. And with the added data points brought by hybrid audiences, an event data strategy has never been more essential for businesses who are looking to effectively understand and report on their event success.

Read more at: https://www.certain.com/blog/data-strategy-and-event-intelligence-for-your-virtual-in-person-and-hybrid-events/

Read similar stories at: https://eventtechnology.org/category/technology-news/artificial-intelligence/

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How Artificial Intelligence Powers Virtual Events

The application of artificial intelligence (AI) is prevalent across industries. From homes, healthcare, retail to education – the list is endless.

But, a decade ago, if someone said that events too would be powered by AI in the near future, very few would have believed it to be true.

In the events world, AI is relatively new, yet common. With virtual and hybrid becoming the most-preferred event formats, AI is enabling event organisers to take their events a step ahead.

Read more at: https://www.gevme.com/en/blog/how-artificial-intelligence-powers-virtual-events/

Read similar stories at: https://eventtechnology.org/category/technology-news/virtual-meetings-news/

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EVENT TECHNOLOGY TRENDS THAT IMPROVE THE ATTENDEE EXPERIENCE

As often as we hear it, it’s true. Technology can help achieve a well-rounded event and transform the onsite experience – whether the objective is to enhance human connections, captivate attendees, customize spaces or design frictionless visitor experiences. As we strive to stay relevant in an ever-changing events marketplace, here are some technology trends we’re using to make in-person experiences even more powerful, meaningful and efficient.

Read full story at: https://insights.bcdme.com/blog/technology-trends-to-enhance-in-person-event-experiences

Read similar stories at: https://eventtechnology.org/category/technology-news/projection-mapping-news/

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WHAT WE KNOW ABOUT EVENT TECHNOLOGY AND MACHINE-LEARNING

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Event marketing has always been an effective method for attracting and retaining customers. According to Jobs In Marketing, at least 31% of marketers consider events the most effective marketing channel for their businesses, and 52% of business leaders named event marketing the biggest ROI driver. However, a lot has changed recently, making it more important than ever that marketers are quick to catch up.

The past 18 months have made quite an impact on the present and future of events, resulting in new methods and preferences for improving guest experiences, one of the most important aspects being technology.

Read more at: https://blog.impactpointgroup.com/what-we-know-about-event-technology-and-machine-learning

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7 Emerging Trends in Event Technology to Benefit From

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Event technology trends are continuously adapting. Those that adopt the most recent advancements often have a competitive advantage. In fact, studies have shown that event technology can increase in-person attendance by up to 20% and technology is an integral part of the events world.

But with so many new and emerging technologies, how do you make the right choice for your event that is going to benefit everyone?

Read more at: https://www.cometchat.com/blog/event-technology-trends

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Artificial Intelligence: The Upcoming Impact on Events

The past few decades have seen tremendous technology change and this coming decade will be no different:

  • The 1990s brought us email and basic internet connectivity.
  • The 2000s brought is the widespread adoption of the web
  • The 2010s brought us the widespread adoption of smartphones and other mobile technology.
  • The 2020s, I believe, will see artificial intelligence as the most significant technology change agent of this decade.

Read more at: https://www.corbinball.com/article/42-technology-how-to-use-it-better/269-ai4events

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The Future of Event Technology: Emerging Trends Shaping the New Normal

In-person gatherings and events are returning, but the most forward-thinking venues and event planners know that things aren’t going to return to what they once were any time soon. While this sounds like sad news, these event planners understand that this is a prime opportunity to usher in a new age of events, with better technology that makes things easier for the organizers and creates a more seamless experience for attendees and exhibitors.

Read more at: https://www.aventri.com/blog/emerging-trends-shaping-the-future-of-event-technology

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Digital Content Strategies for Virtual and Hybrid Events

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If content was considered king before the pandemic, the enforced move to virtual and subsequent evolution to hybrid event formats has seen content’s ascendency from monarch to deity in the space of just 18 months.

Not only has the planner content role evolved from in-room to online, but it has also now evolved again with organizers needing to consider a blended balance of both digital and physical content streams that will keep two different audiences engaged in the event offer.

Read more at: https://www.cvent.com/en/blog/events/digital-content-strategies-for-virtual-and-hybrid-events

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Top 10 Event Technology Trends for 2021

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In the last two years, due predominantly to the pandemic, the adoption rate of new technology soared. Nearly every business experienced a digital transformation that ordinarily should have taken much longer. The event planning and events industry is no different. Event technology plays an important role in the industry, and adaptation over the last two years has driven adoption and evolution that will change all events moving forward.

Read more at: https://blog.bishopmccann.com/4-top-event-technology-trends-to-implement-in-2019

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7 Upcoming Trends in Event Technology You Need to Know About

How has technology changed the event industry? Well, whether it’s a music gig, flower-arranging workshop, or art exhibition, technology has been key to holding successful events during the COVID-19 pandemic, enabling creators to adapt to unforeseen circumstances and meet consumer demands. It’s even brought new and exciting opportunities, as virtual events have reached wider audiences from across the globe.

Read more at: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/blog/10-event-technology-trends-2020-ds00/

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Event Technology 101: Top Digital Tools to Make Your Event a Success

Event technology is evolving faster than ever before—and for good reason. Today, 90% of event professionals agree that technology can have a positive impact on the success of their events. With the rise of virtual events and hybrid events, many teams recognize that the right tech solutions can take their event experience to a whole new level. In fact, one study even found that event technology can increase event attendance by 20 percent and productivity by 27 percent.

Read more at: https://blog.pcnametag.com/event-technology

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Data Strategy and Event Intelligence for Your Virtual, In-Person and Hybrid Events

As event marketers turn to hybrid events, a major challenge that they will inevitably face is the complexity of managing hybrid event data – a task that has grown exponentially with the blending of virtual and in-person audiences. For every event campaign (and this includes virtual, in-person and hybrid events) marketers should have a trusted plan for collecting and analyzing data. And with the added data points brought by hybrid audiences, an event data strategy has never been more essential for businesses who are looking to effectively understand and report on their event success.

Read more at: https://www.certain.com/blog/data-strategy-and-event-intelligence-for-your-virtual-in-person-and-hybrid-events/

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A New Way to Engage – The Evolution of Gamification

Gamification is a topic our clients often mention to our dedicated account managers. With questions ranging from how does it work?” to what can we do better?”, gamification has become an enticing factor and an answer to keeping attendees engaged during multiple-day events and everyday team meetingsSince becoming a staple in virtual events, gamification is now a driving force to ensure a fun and diverse way to engage with attendees.  

Read more at: https://www.meetingplay.com/blog/a-new-way-to-engage-evolution-of-gamification

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Top 8 Reasons to Include a Mobile App in Your Event Tech Stack

There’s an app for everything nowadays. In fact, there will be 184 billion apps to be downloaded in 2024.

It’s no secret that COVID-19 has changed the event tech landscape and has given planners and attendees more options to choose from with how they attend and interact at events. The problem is, there’s almost too many options to sift through when planning your event. Mobile apps have been a popular tool at live events for years, offering wayfinding, event information, and networking opportunities. Now that proverbial floodgates of event technology have opened, are mobile apps even necessary at your next live or hybrid event? Even more so, are they relevant anymore?

Read more at: https://www.meetingplay.com/blog/top-8-reasons-to-include-a-mobile-app-in-your-event-tech-stack

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The Event Technology Playbook for 2021

Event technology has played a pivotal role in the spread and adoption of virtual and hybrid events. Whether you’re hosting a virtual lunch and learn session or organizing a large scale expo, you need event technology to streamline the planning and execution process.

In this event technology playbook for 2021, we’ll give you an introduction to event technology and explain how you can build an event tech stack. Along the way, we’ll also share our favorite event technology tools and cover three major trends that will shape event technology in 2021.

Read more at: https://www.hoppier.com/blog/event-technology

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How AI Is Changing Event Attendee Experiences For The Better

AI (Artificial Intelligence) is becoming more important than ever, particularly as modern cloud computing technology enables more powerful, flexible, scalable AI tools. The market is forecasted to grow to nearly $267 billion by 2027 – up from $27.23 billion in 2019.

And thanks to this continued growth and the accessibility of AI, it’s being used in a wide variety of different applications.

Read more at: https://www.meetingplay.com/blog/how-ai-is-changing-event-attendee-experiences-for-the-better

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Reimagining events in the virtual era – what do event leaders recommend?

We’ve come a long way since the events industry switched from a traditional in-person business model to virtual events more than a year ago. The ensuing digital transformation created new learnings for organisers and advanced innovation in technologies like AI matchmaking and multilingual chatbots to cater to a wider, more global audience.

Even with physical events making a comeback after the Covid lockdown, the digital era is well and truly here. Organisers are now looking to reinvent live events as digitally-infused hybrid experiences, but the question is: are they fully prepared?

Read more at: https://expoplatform.com/blog/hybrid-events/event-leaders-recommend-for-virtual-events/

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How to Leverage AI to Improve Personalization and Event Experiences

Artificial intelligence (AI) has been hailed as a key driver of digital transformation across practically every industry, and event planning is no exception. From planning to attendee engagement, AI can help make lives easier for planners and greatly elevate attendee satisfaction. Chatbots, recommendations, and advanced analytics are just some of the ways AI is slated to change the events-planning sector for good.

While many are looking forward to the return of in-person events, the disruption of recent times has forced organizers to take their events online. However, they are now starting to see the longer-term benefits of adopting a hybrid approach.

Read more at: https://www.aventri.com/blog/how-ai-can-improve-personalization-and-event-experiences

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AI in events: 4 ways to create a personalized attendee experience

Discover the best ways organizers can implement AI in events to create a personalized attendee experience.

Artificial intelligence (AI) is bit by bit, transforming our daily lives and the way we do business. In all likelihood, you have already come across AI technology using assistants such as Alexa or Google Home, email spam filters, or Facebook photo tagging.

Read more at: https://inevent.com/blog/tech-and-trends/ai-in-events-4-ways-to-create-a-personalized-attendee-experience.html

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Event Tech Lingo: 100 Event Tech Terms You Need to Know

The recent explosion of virtual and hybrid event tech has helped the industry through one of the most challenging years it has ever faced, but it has also thrown event planners into unfamiliar territory. Sourcing virtual event platforms and hybrid technology was not the norm until 2020, and it requires at least a basic understanding of the available offerings and features.

With that in mind, here is an extensive glossary of event tech terms to help you make sense of the technology you’re working with.

Read more at: https://www.eventmanagerblog.com/event-tech-terms

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how facial recognition is paving its way into virtual events world

facial recognition systems are a form of technology that you may not even realise you are using on a daily basis. the fundamental use of this technology is that it is capable of matching a human face from an image via a camera or video frame against a database of faces. this is typically used to authenticate users within id services and works by using facial features within a specific image. the prevalence of this technology is best illustrated with the use of using your face to simply unlock your phone or check your banking. however, with the emergence of virtual conference software and corporate virtual events, we now pose the question of how facial recognition is paving its way into the virtual event world.

Read more at: https://www.sevenevents.co.uk/blog/how-facial-recognition-paving-way-virtual-events-world/

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New Shift in Virtual Event for 2021 : [Top 7 Trends]

Since 2020 is the revolutionary year for every sector, especially the corporate event management, this has brought about an immense amount of opportunities for event technology in the hybrid event sphere.

Events will be more innovative, interactive, dynamic, and virtual. With that potential, event technology  will transform the critical aspects of events, making them more organized, enjoyable, and engaging to audiences.

Read more at: https://www.airmeet.com/hub/virtual-event-trends-2021/

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How Millennial Summit’s Virtual Conference Brings Dream Careers to Life

When the Millennial generation, or Gen Y, born between 1981 and 1996, entered the United States workforce, the country experienced some of the biggest economic shifts in its history. The changing market environment created sharp socio-economic divides between groups with, and groups without, college degrees. Meanwhile, student loan debt began to grow while salaries remained stagnant and for some, even regressed relative to the rising cost of living.

Read more at: https://attendify.com/blog/how-millennial-summits-virtual-conference-brings-dream-careers-to-life/

 

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EVENT TECHNOLOGY TRENDS THAT IMPROVE THE ATTENDEE EXPERIENCE

As often as we hear it, it’s true. Technology can help achieve a well-rounded event and transform the onsite experience – whether the objective is to enhance human connections, captivate attendees, customize spaces or design frictionless visitor experiences. As we strive to stay relevant in an ever-changing events marketplace, here are some technology trends we’re using to make in-person experiences even more powerful, meaningful and efficient.

Read more at: https://insights.bcdme.com/blog/technology-trends-to-enhance-in-person-event-experiences

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MEETING AND EVENT TECHNOLOGY TRENDS TO TRY NOW

Technology is constantly evolving. And with social distancing required to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the meetings and events industry, among all others, has become even more reliant on it. A permanent state of iteration paired with this new dependency equals new and ever-changing trends.

Below, we highlight current meetings and events technology for virtual, hybrid and live experiences.

Read more at: https://insights.bcdme.com/blog/insights/meetings-and-events-technology-trends-to-try-now

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How Technology Will Shape Events In 2021

This is not the first time we’ve talked about the future of events in our event tech blog. Last time, we’ve emphasized hybrid events as one of the most anticipated trends in the events industry, and we’ve strongly looked over the upcoming opportunities and challenges closely related to technology for events. But it’s always worth to figure out events in 2021, especially when we are towards the end of the year.

Read more at: https://beamian.com/how-event-tech-will-shape-events-2021/

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Top Event Technologies and Trends for 2020

Events are getting more mesmerizing with the aid of technological innovations. Specifically, the new add-on to this sector-‘ virtual event platforms’ are adding more value in this time of the pandemic.

However, event hosting is not a standalone process, whether it is a physical or virtual event! Helpfully, there is a range of innovative technologies that helps to turn the events more eventful such as mobile technology, event management software, 3D mapping, Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, Mixed Reality, Emotional/facial Recognition using AI, Wearables, and so on.

Read more at: https://ziniosedge.com/top-event-technologies-and-trends-for-2020/