This year, the Proske agency and the event platform provider Magnid will showcase their services at the German joint booth at this year’s IMEX in the USA. The trade fair will take place at the Mandalay Bay Hotel in Las Vegas from November 9 to 11, 2021, and will offer visitors the opportunity to learn about the latest developments in the event industry and discover leading-edge solutions for their own projects.
Due to Corona, last year’s edition of IMEX USA had to be postponed. Face-to-face exchanges will once again be possible at this year’s three-day trade show. Around 180 educational programs in various formats and ten different subject areas create the framework for an industry-specific, interactive program at IMEX 2021, ranging from exciting keynotes and practical workshops to one-on-one discussions with experts.
At the German Pavilion, coordinated by Hamburg Messe und Congress, Proske and Magnid will present their technical innovations and state of the art solutions for the implementation of live, digital and hybrid events. While Proske will focus on the latest solutions for the SMMP segment (Strategic Meeting Management Programs), Magnid will demonstrate the latest developments and new features of its event platform. It is considered the “next generation” of Proske’s Virtual Venue Platform – a platform that has been used hundreds of times and has been a global success, already winning several awards. Magnid is suitable for all virtual and hybrid event formats, whether meeting, conference, presentation or congress.
For Magnid, the appearance in Las Vegas will be the second trade show appearance in November 2021. A few days before, the company will present the technical innovations and refinements of the Magnid platform at the Tech Live event in London. For Christian Holtz, CEO of Magnid, this back-to-live takes on a special significance, especially in view of the past Corona year: “We consider it one of the main requirements of the industry to guide the different dimensions of events to a new technological level”.