#TasteTheTech at the next Open Office session on 31st March at Google Campus, London is going to feature a new cohort of fresh start-ups. Join event professionals, start-ups and developers for insights and demonstrations of new #EventTech ideas. Event professionals looking for new ways to entertain and engage audiences, streamline event staffing or seeking innovative sponsorship ideas for their next event should attend. If you are a start-up and want to meet and collaborate with event professionals and get to know their world, Open Office is where this happens. For developers looking to create new #EventTech applications, this is the platform to exchange knowledge and find out what the industry really needs.
March’s Open Office includes six 5 minute pitches from the freshest new start-ups as well as a short panel discussion - Social Storytelling - hosted by Adam Parry of Event Tech Live with panelists Tamar Beck from Gleanin, Dana Rowe, Tweet Wall Pro, and Peter Kerwood from the Concerto Group; discussing how storytelling is integral to audience engagement. The usual Open Office collaboration and networking opportunities before and after the pitches and panel discussion is where the Open Office sessions provide valuable informal discussions between event professionals, start-ups and developers.
Start-up pitches from Squad Up, Panelsensor, Sponsor My Event, Headliner, Get Workers and InitLive start at 7pm. If you can’t make the event in person, you can tune into the session via the live Google Hangout from UK Biz Hangouts: https://plus.google.com/events/cei6td804174fgtcbogvijfthls
Google Campus is at 4-5 Bonhill Street, London EC2A 4BX. To register for the event go to: https://pickevent.com/e/EventTechLabMarch