Lately, there's been quite a few headlines covering politics and AV. And because the Event Tech Podcast never misses a chance to bring you the hottest technology-related industry topics, we bring you this episode. On this week's edition, our fantastic hosts, Will Curran and Brandt Krueger, walk you through the slightly terrifying and incredibly exciting intersection between politics and AV. Get your suit and tie ready to go, it's about to get political in here! For the full audio transcription and resources check out our blog.
What exactly does it mean to be a futurist? And how can you start thinking like one, so your events can go just a little extra smoothly? Well, this week's Event Tech Podcast is here to answer all of your questions. And joining our amazing hosts Will Curran and Brandt Krueger is a very special guest. Amy Webb is the professor of strategic foresight at the NYU Stern School of Business and the founder of the Future Today Institute. More than that, she is a quantitative futurist. These three are the perfect recipe for an insightful talk on all things futurism.
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Today, we're diving headfirst into the topic of accessibility of event tech. We know it's all fun and games to go on and on about all the cool stuff out there. But what happens when we bring forth the issue of accessibility of event tech? It's important to us here at Endless that we really get to the nitty and gritty of all things technology-related in the industry. And that includes talking about how you can make your events more accessible.
So, to help us with this task, this week we welcome two very special guests. Joining our host Brandt Krueger are Michael Doane and Meghan Capiaghi. Michael is the Marketing Manager of CadmiumCD and Meghan is the company's developer. Together, the three will walk you through everything you need to know about accessibility of event tech. Press play and join us on today's tech journey! Click here to read the blog, see the full audio transcription and resources!
All rise for this week's convo about event backups! And yes, you guessed it, it's Event Tech Podcast time. Today we're going a little deeper into the importance of having backups for your event. We're going to do here is talk about data. Because event backups in the technology and equipment side are also incredibly relevant!
Our fantastic hosts Brandt Krueger and Will Curran will guide through everything you need to know. How exactly do you go about backing up the data of your event? What can happen if you don't? And what are some tools and best-practices that come into play here? All of this and more will be answered here today. So join us for a very nerdy edition of Event Tech Podcast, starring event backups! Click here to read the full transcription and see the resources!
Our wonderful host Brandt Krueger had a very special guest him on today's episode. All the way from the United Kingdom, we have the pleasure of welcoming Adam Perry. Adam is responsible for content on Event Industry News regarding Invent Technology. And he's also the creator of Event Tech Live and the Event Tech Awards. So these two are here to put their incredibly tech-savvy heads together and tell you all about how to do event tech on a budget. Jump on board, it's time to save some money! Click here to get the full audio transcription and see the resources.
Is this Catchbox loud enough? Then perfect, because it's time for another edition of Event Tech Podcast! We often talk about inclusion and interaction for events. With the advent of technology, we have new tools coming up each day that have a lot of potential. And of course, we're talking about potential to make your event the best it can be! Catchbox is precisely one of these tools. But are you making the most of it? It's really easy to jump in the bandwagon of something now. But it's a completely different thing knowing how to harness all its power to use for your advantage. Check out the full resources and audio transcription over on our blog.
If you work in the event industry, then you've heard of a technical producer. But how much thought have you paid to this role? And how much credit do you give to a technical producer? Well, you know that here at Endless we've covered the topic of labor several times. Whether it was a Whiteboard Wednesday or a blog post, we want to make sure you're familiar with the human component of events. And a technical producer is one of those components, one that can make your event a lot better.
For those who are familiar with the Event Tech Podcast, you know our amazing hosts, Will Curran, and Brandt Krueger. But what you might not know is that Brandt Krueger is actually a technical producer himself! So who better to walk us through the specifications of this role, and how you can actually harness it to take your event to the next level? Take a seat, because you're about to be schooled on the wonders of a technical producer! Click here to read the full blog and get the transcript!
When it comes to event Internet, we always want the absolute best. You can actually scrap the event part of things. We just want the best Internet, period. However, Endless cares about making your events better at every turn, so let's leave in it for now. As you've probably guessed by now, today's Event Tech Podcast is serving all the freshest news on event Internet. And more specifically, on the next generation of WiFi that's coming our way - WiFi 6.
Whether you're familiar with the term or not, our hosts Will Curran and Brandt Krueger are here to put all your questions to rest. And in order to tackle WiFi 6 and what it means for event Internet, they welcome a very special guest. Rowell Dionicio is the owner of Packet6, and he specializes in all things wireless networking. Who better than Rowell and our tech-savvy hosts to get this week's Event Tech Podcast going? Make sure your connection is good, and join us now! For resources and the full audio transcription head to the blog!
All rise for this week's Event Tech Podcast on event app platforms! This is far from being the first time we've covered event apps on the blog. However, today we're going deeper into this complex subject. When we're talking about event app platforms, there are always two sides of the debate. Should you go for the "master platform"? The one that does everything you could hope for in a single place? Or should you choose the tool that specializes extremely well on a single thing?
This is something that concerns every business, but we're placing focus on choosing event tech and event app platforms. After all, what is the best course of action here? That's exactly what our hosts Brandt Krueger and Will Curran will be discussing today. We're all about helping you make the best possible choices when it comes to your events. So hopefully, today we'll be able to shed some extra light on the subject of event app platforms. Press play, it's Event Tech Podcast time!
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Over the course of this podcast, we've obviously focused immensely on technology and events. Everything from automation to facial recognition, and machine learning. You name it, we have done an episode on it. And we do this because we truly believe technology can no longer be prone to be ignored by the event industry. Because everywhere we look, and in everything we do in this life, technology plays a significant part. That's a fact, and it's more than time for the industry to fully embrace it.
So on today's episode of Event Tech Podcast, we're going a little deeper on the topic of technology and events. More precisely, our hosts Will Curran and Brandt Krueger will discuss the issue of lagging. Is the event industry falling behind? Why is there so much resistance from professionals to take advantage of technology? Is there a way we can overcome this feeling of falling behind? All of this and more will be explored in depth. So if you're curious to see what their stance is on technology and events, press play and get to listening!
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