Fresh ID CEO to speak at event focused on the latest in meeting technology
KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI (September 7, 2010) – Intefy, an integrated, real-time media tool designed for online live events, has been named as a sponsor of Event Camp Twin Cities. The event is focused on helping event professionals find innovative ways to connect and engage with attendees. Lisa Qualls, CEO of Fresh ID, creators of Intefy, will be speaking at the event, which will be held on September 8-9, 2010 in Minneapolis, MN.
“I’m very excited to attend and present at this event,” states Qualls. “The face of conference and meeting technology has completely changed over the past few years. I look forward to sharing what we have learned by working with event professionals all over the world and am eager to hear from the other industry thought leaders on what they predict will be the experience for future trade shows, conferences and seminars.”
Qualls will be speaking during the “Pecha Kucha” session on Thursday afternoon. Her presentation will highlight how to build an event brand, grow the event community and create an ongoing attendee experience that lasts once the event ends. The session is designed to deliver fast paced, focused presentations that share many ideas and content quickly.
Event Camp Twin Cities is the second live event to be created from the Twitter chat, #eventsprofs. The first event was held last year in New York City, NY.
When asked about this year’s event, co-founder Samuel J. Smith stated, “We have designed this year’s event around four key words; Social, innovation, collaboration and experimentation. For each element that we added to the event, we examined it against those four key words. We wanted to make sure that we held true to our promise.”
Highlights in this year’s program include; Trying new collaboration formats such as Pecha Kucha, business games and digital scavenger hunts, an opportunity to see the latest meeting technology such as Livestreaming and social media tools firsthand and discussions on the social and digital future of events led by executives from BizBash and INXPO.
In addition to the event in Minneapolis, there will be remote sites in Basel, Switzerland and Dallas, Texas. The event will be streamed online for free, and online attendees will be able to view presentations and participate with other event attendees through Intefy by visiting http://intefy.com/eventcamptc.
More information about the event can be found at http://eventcamptwincities.com and http://meetingsreview.com/news/2010/09/01/Tomorrow_s_events_technology_today.
Fresh ID helps businesses around the world expand their business and reach their goals. By understanding companies from the inside out, Fresh ID designs intelligent solutions and products specific to what clients need in order to do business and engage with prospects and customers. Brand identity and monitoring, social media consultation and campaigns, web design, site socialization, interactive design, application development and user experience strategy are a few of the services offered by Fresh ID. More information about the company is available at http://freshid.com and http://intefy.com.
Event Camp was born out of an online Twitter group of event professionals called #eventprofs. This passionate group of planners and suppliers started meeting online and participating in Twitter chats every Tuesday and Thursday. Over time the community grew and eventually, one year later, Event Camp was born on February 6, 2010 in New York City. More information about the group and this year’s event can be found at http://eventcamptwincities.com.