12th March 2021
Hybrid Futures is starting in
The next exciting event from PYTCH & Intelligo
Hybrid Futures |
Hybrid Futures explores the 'hybrid future' of the events industry, bringing together organisers, event managers, technicians, and creators to share insights and knowledge from the cutting edge. This year's conference focuses on the transition from the 'storm' of 2020, aiming to reach a place of high performance and pushing the boundaries of the hybrid format.
Expect insights from across the spectrum of events, with tips on presenting and delivering, through to programming and content, sales and marketing, and technical considerations. We can’t wait to see you there!
An engaging and inspiring facilitator, Peter has brought his unique style to working with some huge names such as EY and IBM. Peter coaches, inspires, and presents riveting content, and we are looking forward to having him host our main stage this year.
Johnny is an entrepreneur and activist with decades of experience in live events, broadcast, software, and startup businesses. He will host chats with our presenters and guests in a casual, fun format aboard PYTCHAir – a studio inside a Boeing 727 jet!
Harry Bower is a Senior Event Manager at emap Publishing, part of Metropolis International Group, and a University of Surrey alumnus. He will be giving insights from his experiences at emap, focusing on the conversion of their awards programme to virtual and hybrid in 2020, whilst balancing complex stakeholder needs.
Over the last 15 years Phil's work has taken him from fireworks for Katy Perry to Rings of Fire for the Olympics. He now produces cutting edge interactive installations and digital content for the best brands & agencies in the world. Phil says: 'I'm curious, passionate and highly motivated. I like working with nice people to create the coolest sh*t possible & enjoy long walks on the beach... I believe in the principle of less talk, more action.'
In this session, David will talk about the lockdown experiences of the data industry - what worked, what failed and what will become the new normal in 2021. From an industry that relies heavily on the self-motivation and drive of predominantly introverted practitioners there are clear lessons that others can learn, plus some challenges to avoid
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