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Exhibition News September 2015
September 2015

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EN catches up with Interchange MD Phil Vann as the registration, ticketing and security badge services provider signs up more UK events organisers for it’s InGo driven social media platform.

Social media is clearly the future. Anyone that doubts this doesn’t have teenage children or needs to borrow some for a couple of hours.



Microsoft showcased Bing Pulse at this year’s International Confex, we catch up with Greg Shaw, senior director of corporate strategy on the self-service audience engagement tool.

Everyone should want feedback on ideas, policies and proposals that matter whether it’s presidents, CEOs or those who support leaders.



Bizzabo CMO and co-founder Alon Alroy tells EN how the launch of its Event Success Platform has set the tone for the coming year.

Organisers are always on the lookout for an innovative way of streamlining content and data from their events onto one integrated platform, to help run, manage, and promote events.



Juraj Holub, social media and content marketing specialist at sli.do, shares five ways to engage millenials at your next event.

The millennials are the most educated, diverse and connected generation of our time, accounting for 80 million in the USA alone. By gradually becoming the most populous part of an audience, they will radically shape what events look like.



Alastair Reece, head of DBPixelhouse, argues that RFiD is not as obsolete in exhibitions as traditionalists would have you believe.

RFiD is actually big business in events and exhibitions. From large scale gigs like The UEFA Champions Festival, to interactive experiences which link into social media such as Cadbury House at The Olympics to exhibitor stands which are using RFiD to go digital, savvy event organisers and brands are using RFID to provide the ultimate short-cut for visitors.



Company founders Alan Newton and Toby Heelis have launched new website, Eventopedia, in a bid to improve conversion rates.

A new corporate events platform for the capital, dubbed ‘the Trip Advisor for the events community’, has been launched by Eventopedia.

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