A Partnership Community for Event Technology Providers and Users

supporting the event technology sector through connections

Driven By Standards

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


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.


Networking & Community

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


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.


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.


Access To Support

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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The Big Social at Event Tech Lab

Learning PicEvent Tech Lab’s next Open Office session takes place at Google Campus, London on 31st March. The event technology partnership community for event tech start-ups, developers and event professionals has programmed six 5-minute pitches from fresh event technology companies from around the globe. As part of the session from 6pm to 9 pm, a panel discussion – Social Storytelling – moderated by Adam Parry of Event Tech Live will discuss the growing trend of using storytelling to market events.

Tamar Beck from Gleanin, Dana Rowe, Tweet Wall Pro, and Peter Kerwood from the Concerto Group will discuss practical tips on how to tell the story of events through social media. From selling the concept socially to engaging with the audience during and after the event Social Storytelling will include advice on the content required to create the event narrative that is woven into an event organisers communications and sets the agenda for social conversations around the live encounter.

Some exciting new tech companies will be pitching their applications, both live and via a live Google hangout sponsored by UK Biz Hangouts. Pitches include Headliner (UK), Init Live and Get Workers (Canada), Sponsor my Event (Luxembourg), Squad Up (USA) and Panel Sensor (Greece); with Headliner providing a live Easter treat for both live and virtual audiences. The audience should also expect to hear an exciting announcement about an event industry world first, due to take place during London Tech Week in June. To register for the event go to: https://pickevent.com/e/EventTechLabMarch?

To sign up for the live Google Hangout go to: https://plus.google.com/events/cei6td804174fgtcbogvijfthls