Europe’s only event technology show, Event Tech Live, will be scaled up to two days when it returns to the Old Truman Brewery in November for its fifth edition. The decision to expand the show is a product of year-on-year growth, on all fronts, coupled with a comprehensive call for more. There were 100 exhibitors at Event Tech Live in 2017 and more than 50 sessions across five stages, which brought in a record 1,600 visitors.
All the show’s major sponsors and partners, involved to a greater and greater extent since its inception, have been quick to commit to the new model ETL. The sessions across this year’s five stages are being scrupulously programmed so attendees can see everything they want to and learn something new on either or both days.
Event Tech Live co-founder, Adam Parry, comments: “Visitors want to stay longer, see and do more, exhibitors need more time in that environment and we are delighted to introduce a second day. We haven’t ever fallen into the PR trap of concentrating on quantity, or brute headline numbers, it’s always been about delivering quality–whether that’s visitors, exhibitors or content.”
Matt Blain, D2i’s CEO, says, “Demand for a second day is a testament to the organizers‘ perception and commitment. Event Tech Live is one of a kind–top content and top people. We’re delighted to continue our support.”
Event Tech Live returns to the Old Truman Brewery, East London on November 7-8 with sister event The Event Technology Awards bridging the two on the evening of Nov. 7. Details about the event, in terms of exhibitors, sponsors, content across the five stages, and timings will be published over the coming months.
For more info, visit www.eventtechlive.com.