Event Tech Lab will launch on 20 January, aiming to showcase global event tech start-ups and engage with event professionals looking to develop technology for the sector.

A panel discussion on the future of event technologies will also take place on the night, featuring input from event professionals.

Companies on display at the launch include Showslice, Gruve, Pickevent, Glisser, Weemss, and Get Workers.

“This is an exciting time for event technology start-ups,” said Event Tech Lab co-founder James Morgan. “The live communications sector is growing exponentially and with audience engagement being the crucial element as a driver for growth, the lab offers both event professionals and developers a means of collaborating and creating successful events in the future.”

The launch opens at 6pm on 20 January at Google Campus in London. You can sign up to attend here.

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Event Tech Lab will launch on 20 January, aiming to showcase global event tech start-ups and engage with event professionals looking to develop technology for the sector.

A panel discussion on the future of event technologies will also take place on the night, featuring input from event professionals.

Companies on display at the launch include Showslice, Gruve, Pickevent, Glisser, Weemss, and Get Workers.

“This is an exciting time for event technology start-ups,” said Event Tech Lab co-founder James Morgan. “The live communications sector is growing exponentially and with audience engagement being the crucial element as a driver for growth, the lab offers both event professionals and developers a means of collaborating and creating successful events in the future.”

The launch opens at 6pm on 20 January at Google Campus in London. You can sign up to attend here.

Got a story for Access All Areas? Email Emma Hudson
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London is teeming with great music venues - both established favourites and rising stars. For our poll for this week, we want to know: which of the venues below are your personal favourites? You may pick up to three:

Event Tech Lab will launch on 20 January, aiming to showcase global event tech start-ups and engage with event professionals looking to develop technology for the sector. 

A panel discussion on the future of event technologies will also take place on the night, featuring input from event professionals. 

Companies on display at the launch include Showslice, Gruve, Pickevent, Glisser, Weemss, and Get Workers. 

“This is an exciting time for event technology start-ups,” said Event Tech Lab co-founder James Morgan. “The live communications sector is growing exponentially and with audience engagement being the crucial element as a driver for growth, the lab offers both event professionals and developers a means of collaborating and creating successful events in the future.”

The launch opens at 6pm on 20 January at Google Campus in London. You can sign up to attend here.


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London is teeming with great music venues - both established favourites and rising stars. For our poll for this week, we want to know: which of the venues below are your personal favourites? You may pick up to three:

Event Tech Lab will launch on 20 January, aiming to showcase global event tech start-ups and engage with event professionals looking to develop technology for the sector. 

A panel discussion on the future of event technologies will also take place on the night, featuring input from event professionals. 

Companies on display at the launch include Showslice, Gruve, Pickevent, Glisser, Weemss, and Get Workers. 

“This is an exciting time for event technology start-ups,” said Event Tech Lab co-founder James Morgan. “The live communications sector is growing exponentially and with audience engagement being the crucial element as a driver for growth, the lab offers both event professionals and developers a means of collaborating and creating successful events in the future.”

The launch opens at 6pm on 20 January at Google Campus in London. You can sign up to attend here.


Got a story for 
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London is teeming with great music venues - both established favourites and rising stars. For our poll for this week, we want to know: which of the venues below are your personal favourites? You may pick up to three: