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Issue 94 | October 13, 2018

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Meet The Technology Powering Connections At The Forbes 30 Under 30 Summit

Thousands of the world's most motivated millennials just finished celebrating innovation in business, art, healthcare, education, and technology at the Forbes 30 Under 30 Summit in Boston, MA. Now though, they're relying on who they "kliked" with to keep the conversations going.

Must Reads

corporateeventnews.com

Meetings & Events Future Trends Report Predicts 2019 Market Increase

According to the recently released CWT Meetings & Events 2019 Meetings & Events Future Trends report, the meetings market will see an increase of five to ten percent in 2019.

soundcloud.com

Brent Turner Talks Experiential Trends on The Don & Mike Show

On this episode of The Don and Mike Show, the guys tune in from the 24th Annual Randy Smith Memorial event and also chat with Cramer's own Brent Turner about experiential trends in trade shows and events.

heleo.com

How to Create a Moment You’ll Remember for Life

Moments are what we remember in life. When you’re 85 years old, sitting on the front porch, reflecting on your life, your wealth is those moments.

bizbash.com

Top 100 Events in the United States 2018

The music festivals, trade shows, conferences, and other gatherings in the U.S. that set the standard for the event industry.

Fringe Ideas

pcmaconvene.org

Is Facial Recognition in Your Meeting’s Future?

Facial-recognition technology is starting to transform travelers’ experiences as they check in to hotels, go through airport security, and obtain their credentials at events.

fastcompany.com

What Makes A Person or Experience Interesting?

What does it mean for an experience to be interesting? First, to say that something is interesting is to describe what the experience feels like to the person undergoing it.

skift.com

Producing Less Waste Is Quickly Becoming a Priority for Events Worldwide

For now, events with environmental certifications may have an advantage, but as expectations rise, this will soon be a minimum requirement.

technologyreview.com

NASA Is Using Hololens AR Headsets to Build Its New Spacecraft Faster

Lockheed Martin engineers wear the goggles to help them assemble the crew capsule Orion—without having to read thousands of pages of paper instructions.

Just Because

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Cramer's TJ Martin Lands Spot in The Top 500 People in Events

Representing corporate events, associations, trade shows, social events, and more, these people represent the best of the meeting and event industry across North America.

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