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August Education Event

August 14, 2018
6:35 PM - 8:30 PM
Cramer
425 University Avenue
Norwood, MA
USA
Organizer
Julee Cooke, Chapter Administrator
Phone: 561.243.3073

SAVE THE DATE

Event Technology:

Hands-on With What's Trending, a View into What's Next 

 

Tuesday, August 14, 2018
5:30pm - 8:30pm

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425 University Ave, Norwood, MA 02062
781.278.2300

Cramer
Event venue host, educational speakers, reception sponsor for food.
Cramer is a brand experience agency that is thriving
in this new experiential era of marketing.
Global brands trust Cramer to invent,craft
and fuel content-driven experiences.

 
PROGRAM
 
Time
  Event
 5:30pm - 6:00pm
  Registration
 6:00pm - 7:30pm
  Education Meeting, Hands-on demos of latest technology trends
 7:30pm - 8:30pm
  Reception & Networking

 
SPEAKERS
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Brent and his teams are part of Cramer’s distinctive studio model — a model that brings together an uncommon mix of on-demand, multi-disciplinary talent and capabilities that consistently helps their clients achieve more.

Prior to joining Cramer, Brent was the chief digital officer inside MIT, held executive leadership positions at Ogilvy and Boathouse, and successfully survived two startup-to-IPO adventures.

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Lindsay Nie is the Head of Creative Technology at Cramer, where she blends her marketing and technology expertise, creativity and inner gadget-geek to create memorable brand experiences for clients’ key audiences. Lindsay has nearly two decades of experience designing and executing technology-focused marketing and project-management solutions.

Lindsay’s work ensures that clients are on the cutting-edge of experiential and event technology, enhancing their activations, conferences, and more with attendee tracking and analysis, virtualization, digital signage solutions, touchscreens, wearables and more.

 
 
LEARNER OUTCOMES
 

Event Technology: Hands-on With What's Trending, a View into What's Next

While meeting professionals now have a portfolio of expected technologies -- registration platforms, event apps, audience response systems, etc. – the landscape of the event technologies has grown 70% in just the last two years. In this three part session, we will go beyond the expected and dig into the hottest and newest technologies in the meetings and events industry.

The first part will be a fast moving, trend spotting session that unpacks the latest trends in event strategy, design, and content. These trends are all being driven and impacted by technology. The second part will be deeper dives into the latest, specific event technologies that are being used across all aspects of an event -- from event marketing to ballrooms to analytics, and across the attendee experiences in between. Finally, the third part will be a question and answer session that is matched with hands-on demos of the technologies discussed during the presentation.
 Attendees will discover, learn and be inspired to apply and integrate the latest technology trends into their event programs at all price-points. They will be motivated to explore new approaches to make networking fun and engaging and discover new platforms on how to educate attendees with these technologies at their upcoming meetings and events.   Get ready to play - there will be hands-on demonstrations of these latest technologies during the registration hour and the networking reception.

This session has been submitted to the EIC for 1.5 CE’s, Domain G: Meeting or Event Design 
 
 THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSOR
 

 

Reception: Liquor Sponsor

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 Amy Zediana Dearth, CSEP, President
Consider It Done Special Events is a certified woman-owned business that focuses on full service event management, production and event décor.
 
REGISTRATION OPENING SOON
 
 MPI Meeting Attendance Policy & Cancellation Policy:
All Essential Level members or non-members are limited to no more than two events in one fiscal year and must pay the Essential Level/Non-member rate. MPI Preferred or Premier Level members are welcome to attend all chapter events at the Member Price.  Any attendee who has registered incorrectly will be asked to pay the difference in pricing.
The new membership policy is dictated by MPI Global and is required for all chapters.

MPI/NE does not offer registration fee refunds. You may receive refund if your request is made no less than 48 hours prior to the event. We do not offer refunds or credits for late cancellations or day of no-shows.

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