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Popular Event Tech Trends to Look Out for in 2022

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Having knowledge of emerging event tech trends and implementing them gives planners a competitive edge. . Since the pandemic began, events have evolved colossally, thanks to rapid innovations and sophisticated tools, to keep up with consumer needs and demands. According to a study conducted by Enterprise Event Marketing, if the right event technology is utilized and implemented it can increase overall productivity by 27% and attendance by 20%.    

Now the question is, with ever-evolving tech trends, how should you determine which ones to consider to achieve business goals? We have highlighted some prominent event tech trends for 2022 that you cannot miss. 

Read more at: https://www.eventcombo.com/a/886/popular-event-tech-trends-to-look-out-for-in-2022

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Multilingual Video Platform KUDO Raises $21 Million to Help Interpret at Events

Both established event tech companies and new startups have experienced a lot of growth and funding throughout the pandemic, and the momentum hasn’t stopped. KUDO, a video conferencing platform that provides live interpretation in over 100 languages and 147 sign languages, closed out a $21 million Series A funding round last month.

KUDO was founded in 2017, before Covid forced virtual events onto the industry, and previously raised $6 million in seed funding in July 2020. This most recent investment round at $21 million ended up oversubscribed — according to KUDO CEO Fardad Zabetian, they initially only intended to raise $15 million — which is relatively uncommon and speaks to the interest that the company has drummed up.

Read more at: https://www.eventmanagerblog.com/kudo-raises-21-million