Following the Covid-induced roller coaster ride of the last two-and-a-half years, event tech is in recovery mode. By most accounts the sector is over twice the size compared to before the Covid pandemic, but it is still coming to terms with the bubble it went through.
The Community-Led Venue Leading the Race to Net Zero
SWG3 is a multi-disciplinary space located in Glasgow, Scotland. The venue is a collection of spaces which once operated as warehouses on the River Clyde and were initially taken on by managing director, Andrew Fleming-Brown around 2003 to be developed from a derelict building into artist studios. The concept of a multi-disciplinary art space was a […]
Rethinking Event Accessibility
John Sage is a manual wheelchair user, after sustaining a T-4 incomplete spinal cord injury in a snow-skiing accident in 2001 at age 22. Since then he has traveled to Europe over 16 times and visited over 140 cities. In planning for his visits, he would research the destination’s level of accessibility, which was a […]
Intuitive Event Tech
Andrew Pearson is the chief marketing officer at Webex Events (formerly Socio). Pearson is an experienced co-founder, sales specialist and marketer with an impressive track record of scaling SaaS companies, now operating in the event tech space. Talking with Pearson it is clear that he is a big advocate of using events to drive sales […]
The Value of Virtual Events for the Financial Services and Professional Investment Sector
The financial services and professional investment sector presents a valuable market for virtual event tech, provided vendors can support the sector's very specific needs.