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Technology is changing the way we meet, how events are turning hybrid

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A buzzword that is being heard more and more in event planning, hybrid events allow you to cater for two audiences, those who are physically in the room and those who couldn’t make it.

Hybrid meetings have been in existence for a number of years now but with the emergence of new technologies, this type of meeting is growing at a rapid rate. Allowing you to deliver your content beyond the four walls in which the event is taking place, hybrid meetings allow you to target a much larger audience. No longer do you have worry about those who couldn’t make it being lost opportunities for sales, instead you can reach out to all. Read more

Financial Times Digital Media Conference, good ideas to catch and use

The event:

I attended the Financial Times annual FT Digital Media Conference that took place at the Grange St Paul’s Hotel in London on 7-8 March 2012.
The objective of the conference was to bring together innovators and business leaders from the world’s most influential media companies to share their thoughts on how to succeed in this new connected world made by multi-devices, multi-screens and evolving platforms that continues to soar. And the business leaders were really there: The Senior Economist of Google, the Chairman of Walt Disney International, the President of Condé Nast International and leaders from Digital, Channel 4, aNobii, Delicious, Adobe, BBC, eBay, DreamWorks Animation and many others. Read more