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Showcase set for Event Production Show and International Confex

Have you got a taste for the technological or is it just too taxing? Either way, the line-up of exhibitors, seminars and demonstrations at the forthcoming Event Production Show and International Confex is certain to reveal some specialist systems and solutions for enhancing events.
Around 60 event technology specialists including Cvent, UTrac Online, Ticketscript, CrowdComms, Double Dutch, and Noodle Live will be ready to welcome visitors when the doors at Olympia, London open to these co-located exhibitions on Wednesday 18th February.

Representing an outstanding cross-section of this fast-growing market, delegates are set to witness new apps, badging, event planning software, projection mapping, registration systems, wearable technologies and much more.

In addition, dedicated seminars and live demonstrations will be staged throughout both exhibitions to ensure event organisers have as many opportunities as possible to engage with new technology. In the Event Production Show, representatives from creative agency, Imagination will debate how technology can be used to enhance audience experiences whilst Sol Johnson of RewindFX will reveal the types of wearable technology set to be seen at events in 2015.

At International Confex, the Technology Theatre will play host to 12 panel debates covering all aspects of new and emerging technologies including iBeacons, holographs and gamification apps. The ‘Technovation Station’ sponsored by Lumi Insight and RewindFX, provides a hands-on area to test virtual and augmented reality simulators, Megabooths and selfie machines, and the ‘Tech Tables’ sponsored by Mexia Communications, will offer advice and guidance on selecting the right technology for events.

Liz Agostini, Event Director, commented: “Technology is a rapidly growing sector within the events industry that is forcing us to re-imagine how we produce events, interact with audiences and evaluate success. With so many incredible innovations and inventions now available, we thought it was essential for both exhibitions to renew their focus on the technology market. We hope that our varied exhibitors and experts will educate and inspire event organisers as to how technology can seamlessly integrate and become an integral part of planning.”

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