Pioneering event technology
  • Pioneering event technology
  • Pioneering event technology
  • Pioneering event technology
@CentralHall Welcome! Events industry margins are usually very healthy so it's heartening to see a London venue paying staff fairly.
Joe Willcox

Pioneering event technology

In 2012, we embarked on a journey to 'Meet the Future' of events and technology.

As early adopters we created the first conference fully dedicated to the ‘live-experience’ of new event technology. Our vision to create non-traditional content for a custom-designed immersive conference, has brought world-renowned speakers like US based Corbin Ball to London. Thanks to the BBC and Financial Times for carrying the message back into the world.

We believe, for event professionals to understand tech, the ‘experience’ comes long before we engage with exhibition stands and power talks. This ethos has allowed us to play an active part in changing the very essence of our industry, grow a European network of forward thinking professionals and win industry support through multiple awards.

We are moving on and investing time and resources in new exciting projects.

As the founder of Meet the Future, I am proud looking back at this journey together. It’s not just you, me and a few others anymore… we are an international community with strong believes of how technology will change our industry and we’ve achieved this together!

Thanks to everyone, sponsors, partners & friends who have been part of this journey!
See you out there - changing the world :)



Maria Schuett
Found & Conference Director of Meet the Future at Central Hall.

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Webinar - 20th Feb 2014
Conference - 3rd June 2014

Webinar - 5th Feb 2015
Conference - 9th June 2015

"Meet the Future’ was a radical new concept of creating immersive event technology experiences for senior event buyers to help them fully understand technology, deployed in a conference environment, and to make informed decisions"

 

@CentralHall Welcome! Events industry margins are usually very healthy so it's heartening to see a London venue paying staff fairly.
Joe Willcox
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