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No matter the event, we all have one essential goal – SUCCESS!

When you are planning tech-focused events, whether it is a board meeting for 30 or a user conference for 10,000, there are many moving parts and team members involved - from hotel personnel to the general decorator, to DMC’s to production companies, and everyone in between. We wear a lot of hats and work with a variety of people.

Hear from two tenured event planners with over 20 years of experience in the tech industry share their tips and tricks for producing the most efficient, immersive events while mastering the art of flawless execution.

Register Today to learn tips of the trade:

• Organization: Plan the work and work the plan

• Building the dream team to reach your goals

• Communicating the scope of work and objectives across all stakeholders and vendors

• Setting the theme and tone for your event that will resonate with your attendees

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Amy Flock

Amy Flock, CEM

GES Events Senior Director of Client Engagement

Amy Flock is Senior Director of Client Engagement of GES Events. Flock joined GES Events in May 2017, and has 20 years of experience in the events industry. She is a strategic event professional, focused on collaborating with clients to exceed their expectations while driving sales for the GES Events business.

Wendy Laugesen

Wendy Laugesen

Director of Global Events at MarkLogic Corporation

In her role, Wendy is responsible for producing professional, educational, and interactive events. This includes MarkLogic’s annual user conferences in the US and Europe, managing their presence at industry tradeshows, and over-seeing internal events like their annual sales kick-off and sales incentive trip.