Event Technology Round-Up
Wednesday, September 18, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, CA
Join Bloodhound for a panel on the future of event technology. Learn from the experts how event tech can help you plan or attend your next event -- whether it's an informal meeting or a large convention.
First, chat over refreshments and informally test prototypes of new tech tools. Then, launch into our panel and Q&A with four leaders in event technology. They know all about streamlining the planning, prospecting and promotional aspects of meetings and events:
- Brianna Haag is the SF Marketing Manager at Eventbrite and has been helping SF event organizers make the most out of their events for the past 3 years.
- Yan Heim is co-founder and CEO of Froomz, which specializes in finding venues and connecting people to spaces that support our local and online communities.
- Anthony Krumeich is co-Founder and CEO of Bloodhound, which helps you find and connect with the right people in formal and informal business settings.
- Lydia Sugarman is Founder and CEO of PrivateLabel Interactive/Venntive, an email and social media marketing-sales solution provider and consultant.
As our moderator, we welcome TechCrunch reporter Alex Wilhelm.
Don't miss this opportunity to share ideas with like-minded event goers who are excited about how tech can make connecting easier at events. Grab a ticket to reserve your spot!
When & Where
Bloodhound is a startup that provides a mobile system for lead retrieval and event management. With the free app, any iPhone or Android becomes a badge, barcode and business card scanner for instant lead capture -- making networking easier at any conference or trade show. Over 2500 events in 75 countries have used Bloodhound, and Peter Thiel backed the company’s $4.25 million Series A round of funding in January 2013. Bloodhound continues to draw the most creative talent in the Bay area. For more information, please visit http://bloodhound.com.