What IF…<br />We acquired technology that really mattered?<br />
What would the best applicationsand the best tools really look like?<br />
The Challenge<br />
Tech Doesn’t Always Perform Up to Our Expectations<br />
The Strategic Questions<br />How can we position our show/event/organization to be on the forefront?<br />How does one nav...
The Assessment Questions<br />What technologies are essential to show management toolbox?<br />Which tools offer the great...
Technology Objectives<br />How this maps to our strategic vision?<br />	Foundation for decisions to be made<br />	Based on...
Organizer/planner goals<br />Recruit attendees<br />Grow community<br />Enhance networking<br />Increase brand awareness<b...
The Disruption<br />
Moment of Vague Destiny?<br />
What is disruptive technologies?<br />innovation disrupting a market<br />improves a product or service <br />not expected...
Top 10 Disruptive Technologies<br />Cell Phones + Wireless Internet Access<br />The Web + The Graphical Browser<br />Broad...
SXSW<br />Experiment<br />
Event disruptive technologies<br />Virtual events <br />Mobile applications<br />Social media marketing<br />QR codes<br /...
The Disruption of Mobile buzz<br />
QR Codes<br />
Good Disruptions<br />
The Environment<br />
Brain Rules: Attention <br />
Getting Mobilized for Meetings and Events (March 2011): How to Create a Mobile Strategy that Delights Your Users and Achie...
Welcome to the Digital Declaration<br />Philadelphia is the home of the Declaration of Independence, the Liberty Bell and ...
Open source platform<br />Mobile apps andwebsites<br />
The Opportunity<br />
GO<br />BIG<br />OR<br />GO<br />HOME.<br />
Not GO spend a bunch of money<br />on BIG resources<br />OR<br />GO<br />HOME.<br />
important ideas<br />Experiment for results<br />Appreciate the power of the community<br />Train the trainer<br />Make a ...
Recommendations<br />
Take Away<br />Change is here to stay requiringshow management and meeting planners to reinvent their events by incorporat...
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  • Do we measure up today with embracing technology trends? How does one navigate the ocean of technology tools to determine the right solution based on education and marketing communication objectives?Can we position to be on the forefront of innovative technologies and showcasing/introducing opportunities to meeting professionals during live and virtual events?
  • What technologies are considered user-friendly, easily integrated, cost-justified, and essential to the meeting planner toolbox? What are simple, high-impact solutions which can be introduced to meeting hosts in order to take meetings to the next level and measure ROO/ROI? What are the pros and cons, how about cost differences for each solution? How can best showcase technology?
  • A disruptive technology is an innovation that disrupts an existing market. Improves a product or service in ways that the market does not expectlowering price or designing for a different set of consumers.
  • What if tech really mattered IAEE DFW

    1. 1. What IF…<br />We acquired technology that really mattered?<br />
    2. 2. What would the best applicationsand the best tools really look like?<br />
    3. 3. The Challenge<br />
    4. 4. Tech Doesn’t Always Perform Up to Our Expectations<br />
    5. 5. The Strategic Questions<br />How can we position our show/event/organization to be on the forefront?<br />How does one navigate the ocean of choices?<br />Where are our members/customers?<br />How do we measure up? <br />
    6. 6. The Assessment Questions<br />What technologies are essential to show management toolbox?<br />Which tools offer the greatest impact?<br />How can we best showcase technology?<br />How do we assess these solutions?<br />Can we measure ROO/ROI? <br />
    7. 7. Technology Objectives<br />How this maps to our strategic vision?<br /> Foundation for decisions to be made<br /> Based on organization business drivers<br />
    8. 8. Organizer/planner goals<br />Recruit attendees<br />Grow community<br />Enhance networking<br />Increase brand awareness<br />Recruit sponsors<br />Create value for sponsors<br />Generate event buzz<br />Drive online commerce<br />Supplement current marketing efforts<br />Conduct research<br />Provide online event connectivity<br />Manage reputation<br />
    9. 9. The Disruption<br />
    10. 10. Moment of Vague Destiny?<br />
    11. 11. What is disruptive technologies?<br />innovation disrupting a market<br />improves a product or service <br />not expected<br />lowers price or changes market<br />
    12. 12. Top 10 Disruptive Technologies<br />Cell Phones + Wireless Internet Access<br />The Web + The Graphical Browser<br />Broadband + Wireless Networks<br />Cloud Computing + Always-On Devices<br />Cheap Storage + Portable Memory<br />Blogs + Google Ads<br />MP3 + Napster<br />Open Source + Web Tools<br />YouTube + Cheap Digital Cameras and Camcorders<br />DVRs + Entertainment on Demand<br />
    13. 13. SXSW<br />Experiment<br />
    14. 14. Event disruptive technologies<br />Virtual events <br />Mobile applications<br />Social media marketing<br />QR codes<br />RFID<br />Video/Streaming<br />Inbound Marketing<br />
    15. 15. The Disruption of Mobile buzz<br />
    16. 16. QR Codes<br />
    17. 17. Good Disruptions<br />
    18. 18. The Environment<br />
    19. 19. Brain Rules: Attention <br />
    20. 20. Getting Mobilized for Meetings and Events (March 2011): How to Create a Mobile Strategy that Delights Your Users and Achieves Your Business Goals, is a new white paper that provides meeting professionals with everything they need to know about smartphone apps for meetings and events.<br />Getting Mobilized<br />SwiftMobile reveals what you need to know about implementing a mobile strategy for your events. Read the white paper to find out how a mobile strategy can meet your attendees changing expectations and increase the value of your events. <br />
    21. 21. Welcome to the Digital Declaration<br />Philadelphia is the home of the Declaration of Independence, the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall and the perfect place for SISO to declare it’s independence in the digital age of trade shows. SISO’s annual tactical conference for CEOs, owner/operators and senior management is the only place that for-profit organizers get the latest information about meeting the market demands. This year’s conference will devote its entire program to understanding how technology is changing the face-to-face environment and how our companies can harness the power of digital to produce greater revenues and increase bottom line profits.<br />TOO MUCH TECHNOLOGY….TOO LITTLE TIME, delivers a panel of leading edge technology experts that have done the homework for you, as they present the latest technology offerings and what they really mean to show organizers. This session is the Consumer Reports of technology and they will show you which products are best buys and those to avoid.<br />
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    24. 24. Open source platform<br />Mobile apps andwebsites<br />
    25. 25. The Opportunity<br />
    26. 26. GO<br />BIG<br />OR<br />GO<br />HOME.<br />
    27. 27. Not GO spend a bunch of money<br />on BIG resources<br />OR<br />GO<br />HOME.<br />
    28. 28. important ideas<br />Experiment for results<br />Appreciate the power of the community<br />Train the trainer<br />Make a statement<br />It is all about moving the needle<br />
    29. 29. Recommendations<br />
    30. 30. Take Away<br />Change is here to stay requiringshow management and meeting planners to reinvent their events by incorporating innovation.<br />
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