Get your diaries out: it’s time for event professionals to let their hair down and get out and about. Team Noodle will be taking a break from creating apps for events and hitting the town to paint it a light shade of summer yellow. Why not join us?
What do we want? We want to be the guest at fun events for #EventProfs.
When do we want it? Well, any time that’s convenient really. We don’t like to be pushy.
Here’s the Noodle Live guide to great event industry events this March. Did we miss something spectacular? Tell us @NoodleLive and we’ll add it in.
Roundtable & Discussion Events for Event Professionals
Museums and Galleries Industry Panel (March 2)
Goldsmiths, University of London
Big name professionals from the museum and gallery industries will be available to network, offer advice and chat after this Industry Panel. This could be great event for #EventProfs to find out about potential venues and to get some insight into the way arts buildings are run.
Event Management – The Next Generation (March 3)
101 Euston Road
This is a brilliant event for students in the industry. It offers the chance to network, learn about the technology that is shaping the future of events management and get insights from leading professionals. More experienced event professionals will also find the event helpful to meet potential future employees.
How to Differentiate Your Paid Events Against Free Events (March 17)
Central Hall Westminster
A private roundtable discussion for #EventProfs and agencies to discuss ways to make paid events stand out and improve ticket sales.
Event Food Wastage, Who is Responsible? (March 17)
1 Wimpole Street
The event industry waste tonnes of food and drink every year, so who is accountable? Can #EventProfs do anything to reduce the waste or to use it more productively?
Event Industry Events: Skills Building
Mastering Marketing Workshop (March 21)
This amazing free event will offer a whistle-stop tour of all aspects of marketing from social media to increasing brand awareness. As it’s held at Google’s Startup hub, Campus, it’s also a great place to network and find out about new technology too.
London New Tech #20 (March 30)
5 new tech companies will present their work and talk you through their innovations. A brilliant way to stay up to date with the fast-moving tech start-up scene in London.
Online Events for #EventProfs
EventPlanners Talk (March 14, 21, 28)
This online chat is always busy and bustling and is a great way to network and hear from other people in the industry without leaving your sofa. Don’t forget to use the #EventPlannersTalk tag.
Networking & Meetups for Event Professionals
#EventProfs March Networking Event (March 17)
Central Hall Westminster
This two and a half hour event offers plenty of time to network and meet other industry professionals and it also includes a lively discussion on best practices and lessons learned.
EWL Club March Lunch (March 18)
Julius Solaris, Editor of Event Manager Blog will be joining this month’s networking lunch which includes a two-course lunch with wine at this fashionable Camden restaurant.
Conferences and Trade Show Events for #EventProfs
International CONFEX / Event Production Show (March 2-3)
This is the big one – a huge conference that brings together event organisers, venues, destinations and event support services. This year’s event includes seminars with tips for event blogging, maximising visitor experience and incorporating virtual reality into your event experience. Most importantly of all, Noodle Live will be exhibiting. Drop by for a quick natter and a look at our event technology including RFID & NFC and bespoke apps for events!
The Wearable Technology Show (March 15)
Wearable technology is slowly creeping its way into our wardrobes and onto our wrists, but there is set to be a lot more innovation and growth in this sector over the next few years. Get ahead of the game with a visit from to this show which will feature all of the latest virtual reality headsets, medical innovations and fitness monitors. #EventProfs looking for inspiration for experiential events will find plenty of food for thought.