As all meeting professionals know, the only way to prove success of a meeting or event is to measure. You should start out with a set of objectives that will demonstrate whether your event was a success. By setting KPIs at the initial stages of planning, you will be able to better gauge just how successful it was.
Wikipedia defines Augmented Reality (AR) as "a live, direct or indirect, view of a physical, real-world environment whose elements are augmented by computer-generated sensory input such as sound, video, graphics or GPS data.
Late last month, IMS had two Event Staging Teams in Baltimore for multiple events with new clients. The events were taking place just after the riots began in Baltimore.
Choosing a unique space or a beautiful hotel is only the starting point to hosting an amazing meeting or event. Time after time, planners are promised the world when selecting a venue only to find out that the seating capacity is based on wall to wall occupancy and does not consider food stations, charging stations for phones, tablets or computers, décor, entertainment or audio visual needs.
The end of 2014 and beginning of 2015 have brought us many predictions about the top trends to watch this year, and we have been particularly interested in the technology trends. Here are a few of the tech trends we are keeping an eye on.