When organizing any event, nothing works in favor of the organizer as choosing the right technology.
You’re spoilt for choice with so many apps and gadgets in the market to pick and use at will. Nevertheless, you don’t want trial and error on important event. Everything counts including the technology you use during the event.
So, how do you figure out which technology works best for you?
Today, you’ll thank your lucky stars for landing on this page. You’re about to get the best expert advice from Brandt Krueger. He is a strong supporter of best event practices which work to the advantage of the organizer. Krueger knows which strings to pull in making the event a success by comparing jumping onto the bandwagon and benefits of technology.
New Technology Bandwagon
It is easy to jump onto the bandwagon of using available new technology in the market without serious considerations of the pros and cons of the free offer. There is nothing wrong with taking advantage of new technology provided you know its limitations.
“Better safe than sorry,” the old adage warns. Inventors of new technologies are in business to make a name and money, so are you. The difference comes in maximizing on benefits.
The Benefits of Using Technology
You can’t undo what is done in the course of event. If you’re caught up in the vortex of techno savvy, you might pay very dearly when the same technology turns around to haunt you in the incident of event activity failure caused by improper use of the new technology. Krueger cautions about exclusive use of new technology just because it’s free.
No matter how successful the competition has used the new technology, regardless how much touted the new technology is, your event goals to increase audience engagement, reduce production costs come first in the priority list of event organization.
In the final analysis, the technology is like the map it’s not the real territory which is the outcome of the event. Be sure to know how the new technology will affect your event organizing business.
When you think of using technology, think of the goal of event first, and then match appropriate technology to the particular event organization.