On September 4, 2019, our virtual event for tech event organizers, CONNECTIONS: will make its debut as CONNECTIONS: london. It’s the beginning of a series of events with a global reach, with our next events in Singapore, Amsterdam, Brussels, and many more to come in 2020.
Event guests attend from the comfort and convenience of their office, favorite cafe, or while on the road. Event elements include:
- VIRTUAL EVENT EXPERIENCE
- SUPPLIER MARKETPLACE W/PORTFOLIOS
- COMPLIMENTARY EVENT CONCIERGE
- LIVE & VIDEO CHAT
- RESOURCE LIBRARY
- SPEAKER SESSION
We are excited to be a part of London Tech Week and will host a preview event from June 10th -14th: , so please feel free to check it out!
Connections: by All The Tech Things
All The Tech Things started in 2016 as a side project by our lead event manager as a place to collect tech conference dates and cfp deadlines, while still managing conferences globally. Over the course of the next couple of years, it became clear that there was a disconnect between event organizers and event suppliers. AT3 Connections (now CONNECTIONS: by All The Tech Things) was born - a program for tech event organizers and event suppliers to connect around the world, with the challenges of remote planning in mind.
NOTE: THIS IS AN ONLINE EVENT
We are looking for event professionals specialising in the London events market, particularly as it pertains to tech events. Our audience is tech event organisers, so content that is beneficial, interesting and appealing to this market is preferred. You are not required to be London based however and will be pre-recording your presentation ahead of the event, webinar style. We ask you to be available online for a Q&A session immediately at the conclusion of your talk.
have access to a quality recording device: webcam, video camera, etc. to film your session
be available on September 4th for a Q&A session after your session has concluded
submit your recording 2 weeks ahead of the event (August 21st).
The topics in the tech events industry are wide and varied, so we welcome all topics. Some suggestions:
- industry trends
- London specific
- event tech
- how-to: if you do something well (marketing, social media, av set up, etc.), share your knowledge with the audience
- social media
- marketing: analytics, campaigns, etc.
- design: graphics, event, website, etc.
- travel tips
You get the point! If it’s tech event related and you have something to say, we’d love to hear it!
Please feel free to reach out with any questions you might have at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are happy to jump on Zoom for a chat!