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Chris Siedel Appointed Regional Director, Strategic Partnerships for Eastern Canada

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Contact:  Heidi Welker | 905.366.9232

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Toronto, ON – February 10, 2017 – Steve Bury, Senior Vice President Sales, Freeman Audio Visual Canada, is pleased to announce the appointment of Chris Siedel to Regional Director, Strategic Partnerships for Eastern Canada, based in our Toronto office.

“In this role, Chris will develop new business partnerships for us with hotels, convention centres, and alternative meeting venues,” said Bury. “This new role reflects our commitment to the future of this important part of our business. Chris’s mandate will cover Eastern Canada, with particular focus on Ontario and Quebec.”

“Chris brings to the role a strong background in hotel business, where he spent most of his career working for various Canadian hotel companies.  He also worked in the AV industry for 3 years prior to joining Freeman last year, so this gives him a solid understanding of both sides of the venue business,” said Bury.

“I am excited about my new role with Freeman Audio Visual. Prior to my new role, I was working very closely with our venue partners and colleagues in our existing facilities.  In my new role my goal is to focus on new and existing partnerships while continuing to enhance customer relations with our venue customers,” said Siedel.

About Freeman Audio Visual

As part of the world’s largest brand experience organization, Freeman Audio Visual uses the power of technology to make meaningful connections with a multitude of audiences through the production of meetings, conventions, special events and trade shows. Freeman invests heavily in maintaining and growing its stable of state-of-the-art technology around the world. Freeman Audio Visual provides a full range of services to support the way audiences engage with content as the landscape continues to change.

Freeman Audio Visual has a deep, rich history of success and has received numerous awards recognizing its outstanding performance in technical, staging, corporate social responsibility, sustainability, customer service excellence and partnerships. Together with its customers and partners, Freeman Audio Visual will continue to serve clients throughout North America and the rest of the world through its growing global network. For more information, visit www.freemanav-ca.com 

About Freeman

Recognized by Advertising Age as the world’s largest brand experience company, Freeman uses the power of integrated digital and live brand experiences to move markets, connect markets, connect people, support growth and generate revenues for the world’s leading companies and associations. Freeman derives insights that help define program strategies, target key audiences, deliver meaningful messages and drive revenues and results. Through its expansive network of offices, talent and global partnerships, Freeman has the reach and access that is unmatched in the industry. A family- and employee-owned company, Freeman is known for its stability, strength, customer service mentality and its success over its 87-year history. A values-driven company with a strong and purpose-built culture, Freeman is dedicated to making meaningful connections with audiences. This is accomplished through a process of continuous innovation and improvement. Freeman produces more than 4,300 expositions annually and 11,000 other events worldwide. Freeman has been awarded multiple consecutive J. D. Power awards for its Customer Call Center. For more information, visit www.freemanco.com.

 

Where Inspiration and Tech Meet: CSAE’s Tête-à-Tête 2017 Tradeshow & MPI’s Charity Auction & Dinner

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New technology, proven marketing, and touching moments give event professionals something to talk about

Winter may be in full freeze, but things are already warming up in the Canadian brand experience category. The Tête-à-Tête Tradeshow sizzled Ottawa on February 2. It was a full day of groundbreaking tech, rewarding networking, and insightful information that set the tone and raised the bar for the rest of 2017.

Hosted by the Canadian Society of Association Executives (CSAE), Tête-à-Tête brought together premier suppliers, association executives, government procurers, and meeting industry professionals. Here’s what had the 1500 delegates, sponsors, and attendees bussing.

Virtual reality is a reality

Without a doubt, the big splash at the event was the official release of the Freeman virtual reality offerings to Canada’s event industry. Attendees eagerly waited for their turn to immerse themselves in the in-booth VR experience. When applied to brand experiences, marketers can employ the technology to show how their product or service works in the home or workplace — as well as create remarkable experiences on a show floor. What’s more, it can be used for planning, allowing planners to explore how various design approaches look in a specific space or take simulated tours of a site.

Speaking of success

Beyond the engaging tech and bustling networking, Tête-à-Tête provided two keynote speakers who focused on inspiration, following dreams, and achieving goals — as well as the importance of persistence and self-efficiency. The first keynote was The Amazing Race Canada host and Olympic gold medalist Jon Monty, who talked about the importance of taking risks. At one point he said, “The more often we take those first steps toward the things in life that scare us, the easier it is,” adding later, “The only way you build confidence is you earn it through repetition.”

Afterward, disability rights activist Rick Hansen also inspired the audience. He explained that success breeds success and that focus was the main key to success. Showing a picture of himself in his wheelchair on top of the Great Wall of China, he further said, “There are no walls too big in life that can’t be climbed.”

The picture was taken after Hansen had toured around the world in his wheelchair, revealing that perhaps for marketers to climb their campaign walls they need to go on a journey of discovery first.

Social events for measured results

It certainly wasn’t all work and no play at this tradeshow. Canadian Destinations hosted Reveal Social at the Craft Beer House the night before Tête-à-Tête began, while PCMA Canada East Social held a reception at Daly’s in the Westin after the event.

The social climax for Tête-à-Tête would have to be the MPI Charity Dinner & Auction, held after the PCMA Canada East Social. More than 700 association executives, government procurers, meeting planners, third-party planners, and corporate planners met not only to network, but to also raise money for two charities, The Ottawa Network for Learning and Hopewell, an eating disorder support center, proving that social responsibility and brand experience go hand-in-hand.

The main stage of the Charity Dinner & Auction was adorned with three large screens, the middle one a circle with truss around it, all continually broadcasting useful content to the audience. The lighting of the mains stage corresponded to the brand color of the sponsor when he or she was speaking. Physical stencils (Gobo’s) were placed in many of the light sources to create a breathtaking starry field across the room.

Many professionals claim that Tête-à-Tête sets the pace for the year in terms of leads acquired for planners and feedback to perfect later events. Considering it’s a one-day event, it seems time well-spent and time well-invested for attendees early in a busy year of so many brand experiences.

Huge thanks to the following Freeman team members for making these shows such a success:
Jeff Coppola, Chris Ferris, , Sean Watson, Travis Sexton, James Thorpe, Adam Rochon, Mike Herrick, Robin Ackerley, Davis Elgear-Ascender, Danny Watters, Jeff Mills, Steven Laramee, Chris Johnston, Garret Brink , Calvin Daye, Michael Forceno , Janis Zarins and Stephen Nelson

Thank you to the Freeman sales and marketing team that represented Freeman at Tete-A-Tete: Danielle Lachapelle, Bryan Glube, Jamie Holland, Guido Guzzo, Jamie Donaldson, Brian Goyette, Rick Robert, Brian Johnston, David McSherry, Heidi Welker, Steve Bury, Philippe Dupont and Robert Pallen

Freeman Audio Visual Vice President Marketing Heidi Welker Receives PCMA CE President’s Award

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Media contact: Madeleine Bart

905.366.9241

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Toronto, ON – November 25, 2016 – Heidi Welker, VP Marketing, Freeman Audio Visual Canada, was recipient of the inaugural President’s Award from the Professional Convention Management Association Canada East Chapter at this year’s Canadian Innovation Conference in St. John’s, Newfoundland.

Heidi Welker was recognized for her ability to bring people together and lead high performing teams that drive results. As President of the PCMA Canada East Chapter from 2012-2014 and her many years of service before that, Heidi was renowned for bringing members together and encouraging them to dream big.

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“This recipient’s greatest talent is inspiring others”, said Chuck Schouwerwou, President of the PCMA Canada East Chapter. “As a role model, this woman has proven to be a shining example to woman and men alike, rising from being hired as a sales person to becoming a Vice President in the company she currently works for.

The President’s award is given out solely at the discretion of the President to recognize persons who had a major impact on their journey to becoming president or during their year of President. Up to two individuals can be recipients of this award in a given year. Freeman would also like to congratulate Barry Smith, President & CEO of the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, for being honored with the President’s Award for 2016.

 

About Freeman Audio Visual

As part of the world’s largest brand experience organization, Freeman Audio Visual uses the power of technology to make meaningful connections with a multitude of audiences through the production of meetings, conventions, special events and trade shows. Freeman invests heavily in maintaining and growing its stable of state-of-the-art technology around the world. Freeman Audio Visual provides a full range of services to support the way audiences engage with content as the landscape continues to change.

Freeman Audio Visual has a deep, rich history of success and has received numerous awards recognizing its outstanding performance in technical, staging, corporate social responsibility, sustainability, customer service excellence and partnerships. Together with its customers and partners, Freeman Audio Visual will continue to serve clients throughout North America and the rest of the world through its growing global network. For more information, visit www.freemanav-ca.com.

About Freeman

Recognized by Advertising Age as the world’s largest brand experience company, Freeman uses the power of integrated digital and live brand experiences to move markets, connect markets, connect people, support growth and generate revenues for the world’s leading companies and associations. Freeman derives insights that help define program strategies, target key audiences, deliver meaningful messages and drive revenues and results. Through its expansive network of offices, talent and global partnerships, Freeman has the reach and access that is unmatched in the industry. A family- and employee-owned company, Freeman is known for its stability, strength, customer service mentality and its success over its 87-year history. A values-driven company with a strong and purpose-built culture, Freeman is dedicated to making meaningful connections with audiences. This is accomplished through a process of continuous innovation and improvement. Freeman produces more than 4,300 expositions annually and 11,000 other events worldwide. Freeman has been awarded multiple consecutive J. D. Power awards for its Customer Call Center. For more information, visit www.freeman.com.

Richard Purcell Appointed Regional Director, Strategic Partnerships for Western Canada

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Contact:  Heidi Welker | 905.366.9232

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Toronto, ON – November 11, 2016 – Steve Bury, Senior Vice President Sales, Freeman Audio Visual Canada, is pleased to announce the appointment of Richard Purcell to Regional Director, Strategic Partnerships for Western Canada, based in our Vancouver office.

“In this role, Richard will develop new business partnerships for us with hotels, convention centres, and alternative meeting venues, said Bury. This new role reflects our commitment to the future of this important part of our business. Richard’s mandate will cover British Columbia and Alberta.”

“Richard comes to us with a strong background in both sales and service in convention centres and hotels in Vancouver over the past 2 decades. Richard’s network of industry relationships, solid sales skills, experience, and positivity will serve him well as he works to develop new partnerships for us,” said Bury.

“I am excited about taking on a new challenge with Freeman Audio Visual. My goal is to focus on new and existing partnerships while enhancing customer relations with our venue customers,” said Richard.

About Freeman Audio Visual

As part of the world’s largest brand experience organization, Freeman Audio Visual uses the power of technology to make meaningful connections with a multitude of audiences through the production of meetings, conventions, special events and trade shows. Freeman invests heavily in maintaining and growing its stable of state-of-the-art technology around the world. Freeman Audio Visual provides a full range of services to support the way audiences engage with content as the landscape continues to change.

Freeman Audio Visual has a deep, rich history of success and has received numerous awards recognizing its outstanding performance in technical, staging, corporate social responsibility, sustainability, customer service excellence and partnerships. Together with its customers and partners, Freeman Audio Visual will continue to serve clients throughout North America and the rest of the world through its growing global network. For more information, visit www.freemanav-ca.com 

About Freeman

Recognized by Advertising Age as the world’s largest brand experience company, Freeman uses the power of integrated digital and live brand experiences to move markets, connect markets, connect people, support growth and generate revenues for the world’s leading companies and associations. Freeman derives insights that help define program strategies, target key audiences, deliver meaningful messages and drive revenues and results. Through its expansive network of offices, talent and global partnerships, Freeman has the reach and access that is unmatched in the industry. A family- and employee-owned company, Freeman is known for its stability, strength, customer service mentality and its success over its 87-year history. A values-driven company with a strong and purpose-built culture, Freeman is dedicated to making meaningful connections with audiences. This is accomplished through a process of continuous innovation and improvement. Freeman produces more than 4,300 expositions annually and 11,000 other events worldwide. Freeman has been awarded multiple consecutive J. D. Power awards for its Customer Call Center. For more information, visit www.freemanco.com.

 

Freeman Audio Visual Toronto Wins Consumer Choice Award for AV Services for the Fourth Consecutive Year

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Media contact: Heidi Welker

905.366.9232

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TORONTO – NOVEMBER 9, 2016 – Freeman Audio Visual Canada is proud to announce that it has been selected by the Toronto consumers and business community as the Consumer Choice Award (CCA) winner in the category of Audio Visual Services for the fourth year in a row. CCA was established in 1987 and is considered the most distinguished business award in Canada.

“They are truly a testament of the hard work and commitment to superior service they have continued to provide over the past year,” said Marcel Sbrollini, President, Consumer Choice Award. “They are once again a part of a very select group of businesses recognized by the people of Toronto for their excellence in business.”

Through an independent market-research survey, consumers and businesses in the Toronto community voted Freeman Audio Visual as the top-ranked organization in its industry, without the influence of industry insiders, advocate groups or unethical business practices.

“It continues to be an honour and a pleasure to serve the residents of Toronto, and we are immensely grateful for their continuing support and confidence,” said Derek Anderson, Vice President Event Production & General Manager, Freeman Audio Visual Toronto. “My colleagues take pride in their work and are 100% committed to providing customer service that is second to none. Having their efforts acknowledged truly means the world to them.

 

About Freeman Audio Visual

As part of the world’s largest brand experience organization, Freeman Audio Visual uses the power of technology to make meaningful connections with a multitude of audiences through the production of meetings, conventions, special events and trade shows. Freeman invests heavily in maintaining and growing its stable of state-of-the-art technology around the world. Freeman Audio Visual provides a full range of services to support the way audiences engage with content as the landscape continues to change.

Freeman Audio Visual has a deep, rich history of success and has received numerous awards recognizing its outstanding performance in technical, staging, corporate social responsibility, sustainability, customer service excellence and partnerships. Together with its customers and partners, Freeman Audio Visual will continue to serve clients throughout North America and the rest of the world through its growing global network. For more information, visit www.freemanav-ca.com.

About Freeman

Recognized by Advertising Age as the world’s largest brand experience company, Freeman uses the power of integrated digital and live brand experiences to move markets, connect markets, connect people, support growth and generate revenues for the world’s leading companies and associations. Freeman derives insights that help define program strategies, target key audiences, deliver meaningful messages and drive revenues and results. Through its expansive network of offices, talent and global partnerships, Freeman has the reach and access that is unmatched in the industry. A family- and employee-owned company, Freeman is known for its stability, strength, customer service mentality and its success over its 87-year history. A values-driven company with a strong and purpose-built culture, Freeman is dedicated to making meaningful connections with audiences. This is accomplished through a process of continuous innovation and improvement. Freeman produces more than 4,300 expositions annually and 11,000 other events worldwide. Freeman has been awarded multiple consecutive J. D. Power awards for its Customer Call Center. For more information, visit www.freemanco.com.

SEE what we’re up to now! Freeman AV Canada Launches Special Events and Entertainment (SEE) Division

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Freeman Audio Visual Canada is excited to announce the launch of its new special events and entertainment (SEE) division. These additional services are being offered in response to the growing demand for audiences today to receive high-quality, interactive experiences that entertain, inform, and motivate.

Our special events and entertainment department is on a daring new path to create exciting and innovative experiences dedicated to our client’s brands. “It’s the looks on people’s faces, that wonderment because they’ve never seen anything like this before,” says Romeo Loparco, special events executive producer. “The main goal of our new division is to provide our clients with the ‘wow’ factor for their events that attendees will forever associate with that client’s brand.”

Olga Pankova, one of Canada’s leading art entertainers and a pioneer in virtual reality art, is helping us spearhead the way into new dimension in Canada.

Olga’s signature virtual reality performances include both augmented reality art and her mixed reality art, making her a perfect partner for Romeo and his team to work with. Together, they infuse Olga’s VR creations with brand messaging, and the result has been well received by audiences and clients alike.

“Having the opportunity to meld an art idea with a corporate theme or brand really is not that different when creating a painting targeted to a specific audience with a specific thought or concept,” explains Olga. “I love to create art that connects the viewer. The VR art performance coupled with some awesome music makes for an incredible experience.”

Romeo and Olga, along with the SEE department and other forward-thinking, innovative artists, are changing the sensory landscape at corporate events.

“This is all new, and it’s exciting“ says Romeo. “We are so proud to be bringing this fresh innovation to the public and see a very thrilling journey ahead of us as our special events and entertainment division takes off. “

We invite you to join us on this journey, and see how it all came together.

 

How to rock your second screen roll out

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By Victor Paan

Mobile devices are a part of your attendees’ everyday routines, whether at home, on the job, or on a show site—so why not tap into this behavior by transforming the mobile device into a part of the overall event experience? Mobile devices can help amplify engagement, while working behind the scenes to gather immense data on audience preferences, speaker and content performance and more.

Second screen is still a fairly new technology, but through our experience utilizing it with Freeman clients, we have collected enough data to share some of our secrets and best practices for deploying second screen technology at events. While every event is different and every audience has its preferences, these best practices can be universally applied.

Use web-based platforms

While second screen solutions come in various platform options, our experience has shown that web-based solutions have significantly higher participation rates (70 to 90 per cent) than native apps (less than 50 per cent).

Because of the long-term value of an engaged audience, we encourage use of a web-based solution whenever Wi-Fi is available. This keeps solutions compatible with all mobile devices and allows you to deliver your second screen experience through your event app via a web link. This way, attendees never have to leave your event app.

Keep it simple

Use a link shortener to create a simple URL for attendees to use to access the second screen platform. Once you have them on the platform, use easy engagement techniques to gather attendee responses, especially early in the session while they grow accustomed to the second screen experience. Thumbs up/thumbs down, multiple choice or like/dislike choices have a higher use rate than text responses.

Keep engagement constant

Did you know that your audience’s attention span drops significantly after just 10 minutes? Ten minutes! This is based on research from Dr. John J. Medina, a biologist and researcher with particular interest in how the brain works with information, and has been confirmed by our own data. By inserting audience response questions at this regular interval, you can regain their attention each time it dips.

Build a community

Don’t keep your audience’s answers to yourself. We’ve found that audiences are interested in comparing their answers to those of their peers. This is especially true when using polling questions. Share the results directly to the main feed so the entire audience can see it, and even consider publishing certain audience feedback in post-event communications to help drive home important takeaways.

Make it fun

Nothing fires up an audience more than friendly competition, which is why you can raise engagement levels by incorporating competitive aspects into audience responses. Reward those who are first to answer with recognition or even a prize.

We saw this come to life at a recent gaming conference in the U.S., in which a second screen platform was used to spark good-natured competition during a game show-like quiz session. Throughout the course of the presentation, the audience was asked specific, multiple-choice training questions “disguised” as a quiz show that they could participate in through the use of their personal devices. Participation was very high. Over the course of the 12 presentations, an average of 84 per cent of audience members who logged into the second screen platform submitted at least one answer.

The participation and excitement generated by the quiz shows even carried over to the second screen’s group chat. Throughout each presentation, audience members shared encouragement, congratulations, and even a little good-natured “trash talk.”

Amplify your reach

Enable attendees to share presentation content with their social networks by setting up hashtags for your presentations and embedding social sharing into the platform. If the presentation slides can be shared on social media, that’s even better. Visual content is much more engaging on social media—for example, tweets featuring photo URLs average a 35 per cent increase in retweets, according to Twitter.

Use a content DJ

We recommend using a “content DJ” to field questions and monitor the chat stream for large audiences, such as keynote presentations or panel discussions, or for presenters who are not used to a fully interactive session. The moderator can juggle multiple conversations at once, feed appropriate questions to the presenter and observe when a particular idea sparks high levels of interest.

A content DJ can take the burden off presenters who feel overwhelmed by the second screen technology, expertly moderating the conversation and allowing the speakers to do what they do best: share their knowledge.

Employ measurement science

When you use polling questions to gather data, keep in mind that sharing the results of a polling question too early may cause audience members to change their answers. Give the audience enough time to select their responses before displaying the results to the entire audience.

Furthermore, make sure you are asking audience members for feedback and ratings throughout the presentation. The immediacy of the response will provide the most pure results possible. By contrast, the data collected from post-event surveys can lose its nuance as time elapses between the presentation and the feedback collection.

Insider secrets

Are you ready to get started with second screen? We’ll share a few final tips that will net you the most rich engagement data. Although it’s more difficult to get text input responses, they tend to provide the highest value. Save text responses only for when you want very specific, personalized feedback, and take care to ask open-ended questions that need to be answered with more than just a yes or no. Moreover, allowing attendees to remain anonymous within the second screen platform yield far more open and honest answers.

About the author

Victor Paan is Digital Services Product Manager at Freeman Audio Visual Canada, an experiential marketing company that uses the power of technology to make meaningful connections with a multitude of audiences through the production of meetings, conventions, special events and trade shows. Data reported above from FXP | touch, Freeman’s proprietary second screen platform, was collected by Klowd, Freeman’s audience engagement technology agency, between 2012 and 2015. For more information, visit www.freemanav-ca.com.

RIC Centre Announces New Partnership with Freeman Audio Visual Canada

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July 8, 2016
Contact:  Heidi Welker
905.366.9232

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

TORONTO, ONTARIO – July 8, 2016 – Research Innovation Commercialization Centre (RIC) is pleased to announce a new partnership with Freeman Audio Visual Canada. This newly formed bond between the RIC Centre and Freeman Audio Visual will strengthen relationships between start-ups and other business enterprise members in the community, seamlessly integrating the latest technology into society. News of this strategic alliance was announced at the second annual First Look Angel Investor Meeting on Wednesday, May 18 which was hosted by Mayor Crombie at Mississauga’s City Hall.

As part of the world’s largest brand experience organization, Freeman Audio Visual uses the power of technology to make meaningful connections with a multitude of audiences through the production of meetings, conventions, special events and trade shows. Partnering with the RIC Centre allows Freeman to achieve and uphold their commitment of bringing innovative solutions and a full range of services to deliver an enhanced experience that supports the way audiences engage with content.

“Our specialty lies in brand experience. Our goal is to bring technology and creative expertise to help our customers with their brand experience. The RIC Centre and its terrific staff are an excellent platform to facilitate our brand experience approach, while together we create jobs to drive the local economy! It’s a terrific win/win for all stakeholders,” says David Campbell, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Freeman Audio Visual.

The RIC Centre will work with Freeman to facilitate a culture of big ideas and entrepreneurialism. The partnership will also reinforce the Centre’s model of early-stage companies working with various established businesses to develop long-term and mutually beneficial relationships.

“The partnership recognizes our mutual interests in the fields of emerging technology, entrepreneurship and innovation adoption and the importance of collaboration,” states Paul Bertin, Chair of RIC Centre. 

About Freeman Audio Visual

As part of the world’s largest brand experience organization, Freeman Audio Visual uses the power of technology to make meaningful connections with a multitude of audiences through the production of meetings, conventions, special events and trade shows. Freeman invests heavily in maintaining and growing its stable of state-of-the-art technology around the world. Freeman Audio Visual provides a full range of services to support the way audiences engage with content as the landscape continues to change.

Freeman Audio Visual has a deep, rich history of success and has received numerous awards recognizing its outstanding performance in technical, staging, corporate social responsibility, sustainability, customer service excellence and partnerships. Together with its customers and partners, Freeman Audio Visual will continue to serve clients throughout North America and the rest of the world through its growing global network. For more information, visit www.freemanav-ca.com 

About RIC Centre

Peel Region’s hub for innovation and entrepreneurship, the Research, Innovation, Commercialization (RIC) Centre supports the development of innovation and entrepreneurship in Mississauga, Brampton and Caledon. RIC Centre provides commercialization support to help new entrepreneurs and seasoned business people take technical innovations to market, with experienced advisors and Entrepreneurs in Residence who guide its clients every step of the way. Since its inception, the RIC Centre has worked with over 780 companies to take technical innovations to market. The Centre’s mission is to build an innovation ecosystem to support community prosperity across Peel Region. For more information, visit www.riccentre.ca

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Comparing Interpretation Models: Simultaneous vs. Consecutive

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Having an interpreter at your event is a big way to set yourself apart. Especially when streaming live, you want to ensure whoever you are aiming to reach is in on the conversation as well. Which method do you choose to go with though? Comparing interpretation models: simultaneous vs. consecutive will help you gain an understanding of what will work best for you and your event. Read More