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The year is almost up, and 2018 is just around the corner. We are seeing 2018 event trends starting to emerge. It’s clear that this past year was an innovative one for the events industry, with technological trends taking center stage in almost all aspects. And yes, there are no signs that the event tech juggernaut will be stopping next year. But that could take a decidedly different route than it had before, based on this new report. Before you start planning any events with these trends we suggest you head over to our free event budget spreadsheet , we know you will want to make room in the budget for a few of these epic trends!

Most of the 2017 event trends were focused on merging the realm of the real and the virtual. Mixed reality is fast becoming an event staple, with new devices that support it becoming available (and affordable) to the public. Touch technology continues to engage our tactile senses, making digital wonders more tangible to event goers. On-demand services break through the time barrier, and AI technology now has a global presence, from the moment the attendees register to the moment they answer post-event surveys.

Previously novel ideas have also become more mainstream. Crowdsourcing has become the rule, resulting in highly engaging events. Venues have moved away from stadiums and convention centers, and into pop-up spaces and other non-traditional locations. Events are also more fluid, as organizers now rely heavily on data to make real-time decisions to change the course of the event for the better.

Despite all that, the priorities of the events industry have been subtly shifting behind the scenes, and the next year may see something different in the spotlight. While technology will still play a major role in the quest to create a personalized and high-impact experience for audiences, it will likely play more of a supporting role with many events going back to some all-important basics. Recent headlines, for example, have led industry professionals to re-evaluate the matter of event security. The concept of engagement is also moving away from numbers on a chart to live monitoring and real-time adjustments. Let’s have a look at what 2018 event trends have in store for us.

2018 Event Trends:

Event Safety and Security: Going Back to Basics

The Las Vegas Shooting incident last October has sent the industry into a flurry. Before the tragic event, the idea of event security has been mostly an afterthought. This incident, along with other tragic incidents and with the spate of natural disasters that swept the globe within the year, has made safety and security an important issue for events organizers.

Aside from ensuring that the entire event setup is resistant to the elements and staffed by qualified security personnel, the following guidelines will see a wider adoption in 2018:

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