As in-person events make a major comeback this year, many might be tempted to return to business as usual — but this strategy risks falling behind the competition at a time when attendees are increasingly selective about the events they attend in-person. It’s time to get smart about event design, and that means embracing the advantages and efficiencies that technology offers.
Smart Events: A Way to Boost Event ROI & Attendee Experiences
Now and Next: Attendee Trends and the Future of Events
Join MeetingPlay + Aventri & Opus Agency as they dig into data, showcase the trends, and immerse event professionals into what’s emerging and what’s next in attendee behaviors, events, and shared experiences. From their latest attendee-led insights through fast-moving examples, they will keep the session shifting throughout discovery, discussion, and realization.
Event Tech Innovation Summit 2022
Keeping up with the rapidly changing event tech landscape is hard, even for the most tech savvy event professionals. This virtual summit provides you with a clear overview of the most exciting new event tech tools and offers a glimpse of how technology will support events in the future.
The Future of the Event Industry Summit 2022
Two years into the pandemic, the event industry is still grappling with uncertainty — but it is better prepared than ever before. Join us to hear top insights and predictions for 2022 from industry leaders, including the organizers behind major exhibitions, key association executives, agency planners, and venue management companies.
2022 Event Trends Summit
It’s more important than ever for event professionals to stay ahead of the game. By analyzing and interpreting fresh data we can determine the most important trends for 2022.
Experience Design Summit
After 18 long months of being relegated to virtual events, the event industry is beginning to show signs of recovery with in-person events returning to select regions. EventMB has a 3-hour lineup of leading experience design experts who are eager to discuss what those events will look like and how we can design event experiences for audiences that have been starved of face-to-face interaction.