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Imagination to deliver session on the use of technology to enhance visitor experience and engagement

Anton Christodoulou, chief technology officer at creative agency, Imagination
Anton Christodoulou, chief technology officer at creative agency, Imagination, will deliver a session entitled ‘The use of technology to enhance visitor experience and engagement’ at the Event Production Show 2015. Taking place in the Lineout Theatre on Wednesday February 18th from 11.45am, the session will look at how the acceleration of technological innovations is enabling companies to create, amplify and measure experiences like never before

Examining how experiential activity is being fuelled by a truly connected world and embraced by a growing tech savvy generation, Anton will discuss how audiences use social media, open source, rapidly scalable cloud platforms, wearables and the Internet of Things.

“I’m relishing the opportunity to share my knowledge and experience with the Event Production Show audience,” commented Anton. “Imagination is adept at blending the physical and digital worlds to produce unique, memorable experiences and magical journeys, which are immersive, intelligent and exciting. Our aim is to leverage technology as an innovative way to tell stories and let our clients and their customers be a part of that. Hopefully the session will provide an insight into how we achieve this.”

With over 20 years’ experience, Anton is responsible for Imagination’s technology strategy and regularly delivers unique, engaging, memorable and measurable experiences to clients and audiences. Anton has worked with some of the world’s most dynamic companies, including Walt Disney, Seagram and British Telecom. Whilst at Imagination, Anton has worked with brands such as Shell, Ford, Canon, Jaguar Land Rover and Rolls-Royce Motor Cars.

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