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Connected Virtual Tech Event presents game-changing platform

Show attendees will be able to talk directly to one another, walk the show floor and more.

Virtual trade shows and conferences have become the norm during the COVID-19 pandemic, but Connected Virtual Tech Event attendees’ experience will be anything but normal thanks to an innovative platform.

The Connected Virtual Tech Event, presented by Connected Real Estate Magazine and the Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY), will use a different type platform that’s based on gaming technology and is designed to change the entire virtual show experience. Attendees will feel as if they’re actually at a live show, but from the comfort of their home or office.

“Considering the danger of virtual show fatigue, we chose to go with a huge new concept which is an interactive platform based on gaming technology that has absolutely blown people away. It’s like nothing you have ever seen for this kind of event”, said Rich Berliner, producer of the Connected Virtual Tech Event. “Demand for speaking spots and exhibitor booths has been spectacular as the networking aspect of the event is now as close to a live event as possible. This will be the new standard for virtual shows to keep people engaged and networking through the whole event”, he continued.

Connected Virtual Tech Event platform highlights

The “you’ll feel like you’re there” aspect actually will apply to the Connected Virtual Tech Event because all of its virtual platform’s offerings. Attendees can create their own avatar that can walk (run!) throughout the conference and sit in various rooms, including small and large conference/breakout rooms, classrooms, boardrooms as well as auditoriums to listen to keynote speeches and panel discussions. When attendees feel like they need some “fresh air”, they can take their avatar outside to kick a soccer ball around, spend time on the beach or hop on a speedboat and sail around for a bit.

The Connected Virtual Tech Event platform will also let attendees talk to one another. The conference floor will be filled with private areas (marked in blue) where they can conduct conversations. As long as an attendee’s microphone is on, they can speak with anyone they come across (avatars will have the attendees’ names attached to them). The closer someone’s avatar is to another, the louder their voices will be.

Attendees can also use the platform’s speaking feature to interact with company representatives at their booths. Other virtual capabilities will include screen sharing so attendees can view Power Point presentations and other materials as well as access brochures.

Register for the Connected Virtual Tech Event today

This platform is a game-changer for virtual trade shows, but it’s just one reason to attend the Connected Virtual Tech Event. The show will present a strong lineup of speakers, including award-winning author and journalist Jennifer Moss, Colony Capital CEO Marc Ganzi, SOLiD Vice President Slavo Djukic, JLL Executive Vice President Geno Coradini and CannaMLS CEO Jade Green. Topics of discussion will include 5G, CBRS, private LTE, public safety and how to get tenants to return to buildings safely following the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Join us at this FREE event and you will never look at one of these static platforms the same way again. This is the way that you will want to attend all virtual shows from now on. Learn, network, interact and come away with a new understanding of connectivity, proptech and how to get tenants back in your space”, added Rich Berliner.

The Connected Real Estate Tech Event will take place on November 16 and 17, 2020 from 10 AM to 5 PM EST. Register for FREE today.

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