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The Event Tech Tribe, the federation of best-in-craft event tech companies, announces UNITE’18 – their event tech user un-conference. Taking place at the LINC, in Las Vegas on July 26th, the free event will bring together current and prospective customers of all 7 companies to explore alternatives in event tech.

Keynote speakers already confirmed include Kevin Raheja, Director of Strategic Partnerships at Hubspot and Amy Walter at Atlassian – a Tribe super-user. Alongside their inspiration, attendees will also be treated to an interactive showcase of all seven Tribe member companies – meeting the teams, exploring hot-off-the-press innovations and getting up close and personal with the solutions.

Outside-the-box way the attendees and companies will engage

In typical Tribe style, however, the real magic is in the user-led, outside-the-box way the attendees and companies will engage, learn and inspire one another. In the unconference sessions, led by Dahlia El Gazzar, attendees will sit alongside the Tribes seven CEO/founders and some of the smartest event professionals in the world, and be given the opportunity to shape the Event Tech Manifesto for 2019 and beyond.

Allie Magyar

CEO and Founder of Hubb

“Marketers and executives across every major industry are reviewing how event tech can transform their events”, says Allie Magyar, CEO and Founder of Hubb, “At UNITE, attendees will learn from world class speakers, their peers and the Tribe teams about options and alternatives to ensure they can make the best choices.”

Event highlights include:

  • Women in Event tech breakfast pre-event
  • Case Study discussions from Tribe super users
  • Keynote presentation from HubSpot’s Director of Strategic Partnerships
  • Unconference hosted by Dahlia El Gazzar to create the Event Tech Manifesto
  • Showcase of all 7 Tribe companies solutions in a mini-Expo
  • Excellent networking opportunities and of course, a party!

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