Event Tech Live has revealed the line-up for its Festival and Future Stage, which will focus on solutions to key pinch points in the field.

Topics over ETL’s two days include: Using Tech To Manage Risk, The Future of Event Ticketing, How Does Your Festival Sound, the cashless conundrum, Detecting Drone Threats and the sought after Robust Internet for Outdoor Events.

ETL co-founder Adam Parry commented: “Festivals in this country might seem like they simply drop the needle on the record every summer but tech shoots are everywhere, during the build and backstage/on stage/front of house come show time.

“The speakers on the Festival and Future Stage next month, people like Peter Ward, Adam Hornblow, Lizzie Liebenhals, Duco Smit and Mark Stormont, are practiced presenters with fascinating tales to tell and I wholly recommend visitors look at the running order and get there!”

Former event trade magazine editor, Nic Howden, now an industry PR man at All Access Communications, hosts the stage having watched the festival model’s evolution for more than 30 years, as a punter, a critic and a champion.

See the full programme of Event Tech Live 2018 sessions at here: http://www.eventtechlive.com/events/calendar

Event Tech Live is at the Old Truman Brewery, East London, on Wednesday 7 and Thursday 8 of November. Register today.

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