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Issue 97 | November 24, 2018

Featured Story

The 2019 Event Technology Landscape Has Arrived

Our Event Technology Landscape has become a popular guide for exploring the software, hardware, and services that event professionals use to deliver their programs. With an overhauled approach, the landscape is back — and nearly twice as big — for our fifth annual edition.

Must Reads

eventmanagerblog.com

100 Event Trends for 2019

100+ event trends transforming the industry. This is your insight platform to navigate 2019 and access the latest ideas changing the way we plan and execute events.

cramer.com

3 Key Takeaways From EventTech 2018

How the EventTech conference is becoming less about technology and more about how the industry is using technology to deliver more engaging experiences.

akkroo.com

What EventTech Can Learn from Martech

While events such play a strategic business role as a customer acquisition channel, these normally exist in isolation, away from the sophisticated campaigns and processes powered by companies’ martech stack.

eventbrite.com

How to Reinvent the Conference Format for the Modern Era

Pulling off a wildly successful conference like Dreamforce, for example, takes a lot of hard work — and a total shift in mindset.

Fringe Ideas

bizbash.com

This New Tech Can Read Faces in a Crowd

Developed in France, Datakalab is an A.I. facial recognition technology that analyzes attendees’ expressions and emotions during an event via cameras installed on stage.

cnet.com

LinkedIn Tests Feature That Lets You Create Real-World Events

The business-oriented social network said Friday that it's testing a feature that lets users create real-world events and invite their online connections.

inc.com

From Stem Cells to Cyborgs: These Genius Startups Are Pushing the Boundaries of What's Possible

Meet the entrepreneurs whose companies are boldly charting the way forward in their industries--and discover the hottest trends that are just about to surface.

technologyreview.com

For Data-Savvy Marketers, There’s a New Keyword: Intent

As more companies look to machine learning for insights, marketers need to use new tools and technology to engage potential customers at the right time and place.

In case you missed it...

Why Experiential Learning Works (Q&A with Learning Seeds' Erica Key)

Driven by the boom of the experiential learning movement, meetings and events are placing increasing emphasis on providing immersive education opportunities via on-site activations to boost engagement.

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