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.
C-Suite Network required a tech-savvy production partner to assist them in planning and executing a world-class series of conferences for over 350 people with the added challenge of recently losing a key Planning Team Member.
Over 4,100 attendees met in Boston, MA at the John B. Hynes Veterans Memorial Convention Center from July 6-11, 2014 for the 7th World Congress of Biomechanics. This would mark the first time the Congress was held in the United States in over two decades and was the largest biomechanics conference to ever be held in the US. Participants from 58 countries converged to discuss the latest advances in biomechanics measurement, modeling, and medical devices.
The Wistar Institute was planning their grand opening gala for the seven-story Robert and Penny Fox Tower. They needed a production partner who could assist with audio, presentations, lighting and video recording taking place in different areas throughout the space.