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You are likely to have attended or organised a conference where at the end of the session delegates have been asked to evaluate the event by answering a series of questions on a paper form. Not only is this time consuming to fill in but...

What better way of capturing your audience’s attention then through a series of interactive voting questions where delegates become active rather than reactive participants? Incorporating a voting element into your event through the use of hand held voting devices engages your delegates and allows you...

RFID and NFC are two acronyms that can make your events more interactive and feature-rich. They are similar technologies that also have differences. But what are those differences? RFID stands for Radio Frequency Identification and has been around for many years now. It is used extensively...

For event organisers, one of the key things to avoid at events are bottlenecks. Whether at the registration desk, at the entrance to the plenary sessions, at breaks and lunches, or getting on and off transport, bottlenecks are a guaranteed way to make delegates disgruntled. A...