event technology

4 Predictions for Event Tech in 2019

As people talk to smart speakers at home and scan their faces to unlock their phones, they are likely to grow increasingly comfortable with the evolution of technology at events. Here's a look at how digital engagement is expected to evolve next year. (PCMA Partner News from Freeman)

In Remembrance: Bob Lozier

Bob Lozier, former executive vice president of sales and director of The Freeman Company, passed away peacefully at his home with his family on December 7, 2017, after a long-term illness.

Getting Your Speakers To Embrace New Technologies

Today’s attendees are looking for more than opportunities to listen to someone speak as they earn education credits; they want to be active participants who can contribute to the conversation in the room.

3 Key Lessons for Designing Multi-Sensory Meetings

As attendees spend more time glued to their smartphones and tablets, event professionals recognize that the on-site environment needs to create a hands-on, out-of-sight, so-good-you-can-almost-taste-it, turn-up-the-volume type of experience.

10 Reasons to Take Your Next Meeting to Puerto Rico

As attendees spend more time glued to their smartphones and tablets, event professionals recognize that the on-site environment needs to create a hands-on, out-of-sight, so-good-you-can-almost-taste-it, turn-up-the-volume type of experience.

Using Data To Power Real-Time Meeting Design Innovation

As conference organizers collect data on attendee behaviors and preferences, they can use all that intelligence to make decisions that drive engagement. Learn how PCMA and Freeman work together to leverage the power of data at Convening Leaders.