Do you struggle with managing event tech? Would you like to incorporate apps or robots into your event? Then listen up! In this week’s episode, our co-hosts Laura Lopez of Social Tables, and Brandt Krueger of Event Technology Consulting, along with our special guest Alex Plaxen of Little Bird Told Media talk about the recent events, “WTF” moments that relate to the events industry, managing event tech and avoid being overwhelmed by it, and the role of robots in the future of the events industry. A really fun and interesting potpourri episode that you don’t want to miss!

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