IML New Zealand will be exhibiting at Meetings 2013 on the 25th to 27th June 2013.
IML are sponsoring FIA’s 2013 conference. If you would like to take your fundraising from GOOD to GREAT make sure you register and visit us at stands 21 & 22.
Congratulations to Joanna Maunder from the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, who is the lucky winner of our Christmas iPad Mini Draw. Thank you to everyone who entered the draw by attending our stand at the PCO Conference in the Gold Coast, requesting a quote in November and December and attending our Fundraiser Workshop.
Also congratulations to Shelley Gardiner, from The Sony Foundation, who is the winner of our Online Feedback Competition. Shelley completed our feedback form, evaluating the use of an IML system at their ‘Wharf4Ward’ event in October. If you are using an IML system at an upcoming event be sure to fill in the online feedback form for your chance to win in June!
IML Australia will be exhibiting at AIME 2013 on the 26th to 27th February 2013.
IML have featured in this month edition of micenet AUSTRALIA. The article discusses how the main aim of technology in meetings is to provide better engagement with its audience and harness the intelligence in the room.
Whatever technology meeting and event planners adopt, it aim is the simply provide better engagement with its audience.
And what that primarily means is better meeting outcomes. The best and most current whiz bang technology has no purpose unless it creates better audience engagement and better meeting outcomes. Who really needs 3D holographic images unless these images help achieve the required outcomes meeting and event planners?
One of the world’s leading companies in the area of audience interaction, IML, is pushing the boundaries in creating better meetings, and has a global strategy of doing much more. For those who don’t know IML, the company provides handheld audience response devices the size of mobile smart phone to delegates who can use them to participate in meetings more effectively. UK based CEO of IML, Richard Fisher, was in Sydney recently where he told micenet AUSTRALIA that the company is now working far more closely with its clients to really drill down to what they want to achieve from their meetings and events.
The council have purchased an IML Connector system to allow them vote on important matters securely and electronically.
To read more about how Palmerston North City Council have used the system click here.
Click here to find out more about the IML Connector System.
The Australian Business Events Expo and Sydney’s Event Showcase (RSVP) has totally revolutionised the show’s ‘event talks’ to create one exceptional education program for industry professionals in 2012.
The entire Seminar program has been designed to cater for the various levels of expertise in the industry, from junior event professionals, to PAs, senior management, business owners, event managers, PCOs, agency staff, association managers, special event managers and technical producers.
Each session will be optimised by IML with speakers and delegates both enabled and encouraged to interact and communicate using IML Connectors throughout.
Some of the seminars on offer this year include:
Corbin Ball, USA based international technology expert will be talking about how “Technology trends are transforming the industry – what this means to you“, covering the most significant technology trends in events, exhibitions and society in general. He has designed, budgeted, established and managed numerous business events across the globe. He has worked with budgets exceeding six million dollars, and has organised events catering to 14,000+ individuals.