Webinar: May 22nd, 11AM PT/ 2PM EST
People’s working lives have been disrupted throughout history by technological revolutions such as farming and industrialization. The digital revolution happening today is transforming our world much faster than we’ve ever seen before. Every business is facing transitions from old to new - whether that’s using new software, re-inventing business processes, or just the way our teams look and where they live.
Our events industry isn’t sheltered either - more investment in events means more pressure to report ROI; cloud based software opens up a world of possibilities for efficiencies and collaboration and it feels like there’s a thousand new event tech platforms coming on the market every day! Maybe your board wants new tech at this year’s event…or you’re tired of your old supplier but worry about making a move…
Don’t fret: Prep!
Is this for me?
Are you new to your position and want to bring your event tech with you?
Is your board asking for new event technology this year?
Tired of your old tech and afraid of finally making the switch?
In this session, we’re going to fire questions at our expert presenter, Marie-Claire, on your behalf. We’ll dive deep into how to approach transitions - using software as a case study - leaving you empowered and informed on how to move ahead and make the changes you need to make.
As Stewart Brand says...“Once a new technology rolls over you, if you’re not part of the steamroller, you’re part of the road.” Be the steamroller!
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About our presenter:
This season’s webinar is led by event industry veteran Marie-Claire Andrews. Marie-Claire is a passionate advocate for events, tech and building brilliant businesses. She was the founder and CEO of ShowGizmo, the first CEO of the Event Tech Tribe (an international consortium of best-in-craft event technologies) and is the Chief Strategy Officer for EventOPS. In between all that, as current Vice President of the Association for Women in Events she's instrumental in supporting their objective to empower women across the industry. She travels regularly across Australasia, Europe and the US and brings those experiences into her mission to help event planners and managers be comfortable with getting just a little bit more geeky.