Virtual Panel Discussion Across Europe

This interactive panel of leaders from the technology providers to the cultural sector will tackle a range of issues affecting venues and organisations.

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 The Role of Technology Providers in Reopening & Reimagining Venues 

This event is part of our 'Inspiring Reads and Talks on Foolproof Planning'. 

Key areas for discussion will be how their solutions have been able to add or amend functionality and other tools to meet the needs of changing events, social distancing and track & trace tools, along with how they have supported their clients' obvious financial strains in the past eight months. 

There will be a chance for audience members to raise their questions and concerns and to hear how different countries and technologies have or are overcoming these. 

 The panel will be:

  • Einar Sævarsson, CEO of Activity Stream (Iceland)
  • Rachael Easton, Director of European Business Development at Tessitura Network (UK)
  • Wouter Vermeylen, Managing Director of Yesplan (Belgium)

Einar Sævarsson

Einar is the CEO / founder of Activity Stream, an AI driven marketing execution platform for live entertainment. Einar is a family guy who loves to learn, teach, mentor, cook and run. He is a frequent international speaker and lecturer on AI and data. 

Einar is very passionate about people, data and technology and loves to unite this trinity to create success, impact and wonderful experiences. 

Rachael Easton

Rachael Easton is Director of Business Development for Tessitura Network and long-time industry veteran! 

Her extensive background includes ticketing, revenue management / dynamic pricing, customer behaviour analysis, marketing and venue management. 

Wouter Vermeylen

Wouter is Managing Director at Yesplan. After his studies as Industrial Electronic Engineer Wouter was given responsibility for the buildings, infrastructure and technology projects of the Kunstencentrum Vooruit in Ghent. 

One day, he started looking for a venue management software for Vooruit. There was none that met his criteria, so he looked for software engineers to help build it instead. Yesplan was born! 

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