Category Archive for: Conferences

RSA Conference News Round Up-min

RSA Conference News Round Up

For nearly two decades, SHIFT has been supporting the world’s largest cybersecurity event: RSA Conference. The 2019 event took place last week at San Francisco’s Moscone Center and the SHIFT team was on site along with 42,500+ attendees and 700+ exhibitors in what was a very successful week. While each year is unique, the show…

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Public Speaking for PR Pros

Public Speaking Tips for PR Pros

We’ve all been there. Standing in front of a crowded room, palms sweaty, mouth dry, dreading what’s to come with all our being. Three out of every four people have a fear of public speaking. You could almost say being nervous before a presentation is the “normal” reaction in today’s judgmental world. But it doesn’t…

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This Week in Tech- 5G takes over MWC, and here comes the RSA Conference

This Week in Tech: 5G takes over MWC, and here comes the RSA Conference

Welcome back to our weekly tech news roundup – the tech trends and stories that our B2B PR teams were monitoring this week. RSA Conference is finally here It’s the Friday before the RSA Conference – are you ready for it? The conference is a longtime SHIFT client, so we know better than anyone that…

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This Week in Tech: Marching to MWC, Combatting “Deepfakes”

This Week in Tech: Marching to MWC, Combatting “Deepfakes”

Welcome back to SHIFT’s weekly tech news roundup – your one-stop shop for the trends and stories that our B2B PR teams were monitoring throughout the week. Gearing Up for a Marathon March If you have a client working on anything even remotely related to mobile, chances are you spent this week in final prep…

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Observations from the World Economic Forum's Annual Meeting in Davos

Observations from the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting in Davos

World Economic Forum (WEF) Davos is over for another year. The fact that many political leaders and representatives were absent – notably Presidents Trump and Macron, and Prime Minister May – meant the conversations this year centered more around business than in previous years. No matter your opinion about the business elite hobnobbing on the…

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Observations from CES2019-min

Observations from CES 2019

C-E-S. Three letters that strike dread in the hearts of tech communications professionals around the world. Despite losing many holiday breaks to the need to finalize last-minute show logistics over the years, I actually enjoy and – dare I say look forward to – the Consumer Electronics Show. It provides a fresh, shiny (and sometimes…

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event

Anatomy of an Event

As PR professionals, we often take a deep dive into events – that can include everything from a community fair, to a public product launch, to a gala, and everything in between. However, events aren’t just about fancy tablecloths and sweet swag. It takes a lot to pull off a successful event, especially when media…

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Digital health

What’s Next for Digital Health Investments?

Digital health investments are on the rise and venture funding approached $6 billion in 2017 according to RockHealth. This rise of funding means added noise in the industry, not only from the startups looking to fix healthcare but also from the more traditional tech giants like Amazon and Apple making moves in to the space.…

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healthcare

Takeaways from PULSE: The Atlantic Summit On Health Care

Monday’s PULSE: The Atlantic Summit On Health Care, similar to any current healthcare events, routinely covered all the major, hot topics in today’s healthcare system, from opioid crisis, and precision medicine, to care costs, with an impressive roster of speakers and panelists sharing their deep thoughts on where healthcare is heading in various areas. Here…

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Making the Most of an Event (and Increase your Conference ROI)

Conference season is upon us, sending millions of executives, innovators, investors and media personnel scurrying across the globe. U.S. residents alone logged more than 450 million trips for business purposes in 2016, with 38 percent for meetings and events. That number only continues to grow as mega-events like CES become, well, even more mega. This…

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