An Online Conference On Data,
Insights And Technology.

June 1 - 5, 2020

Event Technology Week is a digital initiative created to bring together the community of event technologists, event planners and trade show organizers. The dates for the upcoming fall event are still being determined.

About ETW 2020

Event Technology Week, held from March 25 to 29 2019, was created to help you navigate the world of event technology. The web conference is aimed at promoting event technology, and providing resources and insights to event planners and trade show organizers on their event management needs

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#ETW20 Spring Agenda

Dharmesh DayabhaiCo-Founder, Streampoint Solutions Jennifer BeattyManaging Director, Resiada

Finding the best technology solution for your event

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As meetings and events continue to evolve, industry professionals are inundated with new technology platforms to meet their needs. So, where do you start? In this session, we will look at how to navigate the world of event management technology and find the solution that is the best fit for you. We will explore how event technology can help you manage your event and the actionable data you should be looking at to help you make informed decisions for your event.

March 25, 2019

Event Management

Event technology can be used to help facilitate the event planning process, engage attendees and provide ROI analytics. Let’s kick things off with everything you need to know about event management technology.

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March 26, 2019

Event integrations

Event software integrations are designed to create a seamless workflow in your event planning process. Here’s what you need to know about event integrations.

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Ken HolsingerVP Digital Solutions, Freeman

Using Data to Enhance and Transform Our Live Experiences

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As new event technology solutions emerge in the marketplace, we gain more actionable, more relevant, and more informative insights and benchmarks than ever before. But are we truly using this data to make more effective, accurate, and strategic decisions? Let’s explore our path in this data journey and learn how to use data with purpose.

Michael BarnettCEO, InGo

How Member Connectivity Drives Growth, Retention, and Exhibitor Happiness

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By connecting the 30m exhibition attendees, better, faster, and in more places, we can double the size of the trade show industry to over $80B a year. This means showing visitors which of their existing connections are going, VIP's are given opportunities to connect with peers facing similar challenges, everyone is able to quickly search and reach out to connections they are likely to find valuable. Combined this will drive up the value of a trade show meeting from $150 to the global average of $250, and drive many more meetings.

March 27, 2019

Event marketing

Event planning is one thing, but event marketing is a whole different ball game to promote your event, encourage registration and generate excitement. Here’s what you need to know about event marketing technology.

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March 28, 2019

Housing management

Housing management is a critical part of the event planning process as a way to offer accommodations to your attendees. Learn how you can streamline the room block management process.

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Adam BriggsSenior VP, Operations ConferenceDirect

Achieving your Room Block Goals while Maximizing its Performance

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Today’s competitive landscape requires a strategic focus on how planners approach filling their contracted room blocks. Room blocks are at risk from online wholesalers, housing pirates, Airbnb, and hotels striving for maximum occupancy. Now more than ever, it’s imperative event organizers have a plan for contracting, promoting, and filling their room blocks. In this session, we will cover the tools, and tips for success at each stage of the housing process, from pre-contract, through the development of an event marketing plan, to the fulfillment of reservation requests and post-event audits.

Patrick BlattnerCo-Founder, The Indoor Lab

Onsite Data Analysis

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We will examine ways to leverage data collected from Bluetooth and 3D LiDAR. Using case studies from events, we will provide real-world examples to visualize data collected for an end to end analysis. This session will include registration wait time impact, engagement analysis, exhibit hall optimization, exception reporting and more.

March 29, 2019

Data and reporting

Big data is considered to be the future of technology and event technology is no exception. Event professionals have emphasized the need of data in event management. So, let’s explore event data and reporting.

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The key to winning lunch for your office is showing support for ETW. Our video gives some examples, but some key factors we use to help us pick a winner are:

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We're always looking for great speakers or companies with innovative ideas to spread to the event industry. We're currently accepting applications for speakers, sponsors, and partners for our Fall 2019 event.

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