A Partnership Community for Event Technology Providers and Users

supporting the event technology sector through connections

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Event Tech Lab is a partnership community that has the development, promotion and use of event tech at its heart.

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Marketing & Promotion

Event Tech Lab has a global network of contacts. The network is used to publicise, showcase and get users for start-up partners.

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Networking & Community

Event Tech Lab provides various forms of networking opportunities for our partner community, globally.

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Corporate Consultancy

Our 2 hour and 4 hour unbiased jargon-busting workshops are designed to educate and inform event planners and marketers. Hear about the latest technology that can be deployed to enhance and streamline event production processes as well as event marketing and attendee engagement objectives.

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Go International

Tech travels anywhere. Event Tech Lab will take you there. The various start-up partner packages facilitate contact networks, user introductions, publicity and showcasing opportunities, globally.

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Event Tech Lab offers start-ups access to strategic marketing and communications advice and consultancy, brand and product mentoring as well as supporting start-ups with high level meeting pitches and presentations.

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Concerto Sponsors #EventTechHack – A World First – The Event Tech Challenge 13th and 14th June 2015

On the weekend of 13th June the Concerto Group will besponsoring the world’s first Event Tech Hack. The event, organised by Event Tech Lab, will coincide with the beginning of London Tech Week and will take place at Campus London, Google’s start-up incubator in Shoreditch. 


The hackathon is aimed at software developers, user interface designers and event professionals, who want to collaborate and develop ideas for new applications in event technology software. 


Hackathons are popular creative and collaborative forums where enthusiasts come together to develop ideas and then code basic demonstration models that can be developed and scaled into commercial applications. 


Event professionals are encouraged to participate sharingideas or acting as mentors to inspire software developers and user interface designers who will be attending.  Teams will consist of a maximum of four people. Winners will be announced at the end of the Hackathon on Sunday 14th June at 3pm. The winner will present and demonstrate their winning hack at Event Tech Lab’s Open Office and #CocktailHacksession at Campus London on Tuesday 16th June. 


Judges from the hackathon will be drawn from Concerto Group as well as software developers from well-known event technology companies in the UK and USA. The criteria for judging the best application will be based on the impact the application could have on the events industry, its feasibility in terms of implementation and how innovative the application is within the current event technology landscape. 


Teresa-Anne Dunleavy, Chief Executive of the Concerto Group said: This is going to be the world’s first hackathon where event technology takes centre stage. This hackathon is about building something that is ultimately of benefit to the events industry. The Concerto Group are looking forward to seeing what innovative ideas the hackers create over the weekend.