Live Streaming Apps and Your Event – A Crash Course

by | Last updated Jun 29, 2017

I had the amazing opportunity to speak at this past January’s Convening Leaders in Vancouver and had a kickin time. I met some awesome people “in the flesh” for the first time (hey GadgetBoy), reunited with old friends, and even got to walk around with a virtual attendee (the kick-ass Will Curran)…

Some of my presentations were spot on spectacular and some were meh but the session that had the most impact, the most pizazz, and the most awesome-sauce for me was the hour-plus I spent onstage with three of the finest, geekiest, amazingest #eventprofs the world has ever seen; Dahlia El Gazzar, Stefania Conti-Vecchi, and Tess Vismale. We spent our session in front of the audience talking event tech the best way we know how – we simply let the audience “Ask Us Anything” and then we answered.

What made this session so special was that the audience was able to get answers to technology questions that have been burning a hole in their brain.  From productivity and registration to mobile apps and cloud storage, we riffed on it all, the good, the bad, and the ugly. It was so much fun that they had to kick us off the stage. Seriously. Kicked. Us. Off. Something about other sessions needing to start and the live stream really had to end…

The session struck a nerve with us because it struck a nerve with the audience… They did not want to leave. The questions kept coming so we kept answering and laughing and having fun. If they hadn’t needed us to get off the darn stage, we probably would have gone on all day and into the night.

After the session, my three heroes and I got to talking and thought it might be a good idea to keep the tech party going across the interwebs. Branch out. See if this thing had legs….It took a bit of time but here we are ready to launch the first of our bi-weekly webinars on event tech called… Wait for it…#AskUsAnything! Our first episode will tackle Live Streaming Apps and your event…

Click here to get the details. I hope you can be there June 1 at 11:00 am EST to ask a question, listen in, or to laugh at us… I don’t mind if you laugh.

Live Streaming Apps for Conferences and Events Webinar