Conferences during Prolight + Sound
During Prolight + Sound, you can attend high-grade conferences and lectures on subjects such as event management, event safety, the integration of multi-media networks, and legal questions free of charge. The conference blocks are split into Prolight + Sound Conference basic and advanced and the Eventplaza Conference.
Visiting these events is free with a Prolight + Sound ticket.
Prolight + Sound Conference Forum
The information and professional-development events at Prolight + Sound are grouped into two main blocks of the Prolight + Sound Conference: Prolight + Sound Conference Forum Basic and Prolight + Sound Conference Forum Advanced.
Prolight + Sound Conference Forum Basic is a programme of lectures covering the field of sound, lighting, stage and AV-media technology, which is repeated daily.
Prolight + Sound Conference Forum Advanced covers a variety of subjects, including important standards, legal issues, etc., in a wide-ranging programme of lectures.
For professionals from the field of corporate, consumer and exhibition events, the two-day Eventplaza Conference is an important professional-development platform, at which experienced speakers discuss trends and strategies, as well as new ideas and impulses for the event sector. The programme is aimed primarily at event and incentive managers, marketing, communication and human-resources managers and congress and conference organisers.
Each of the two days has its own focal points. On Wednesday, 11 April, the focus will be on event safety and security, as well as legal issues. This is the context in which the established International Event Safety Conference (I-ESC) will be held. On the second day, Thursday, 12 April, the spotlight shifts to a broad spectrum of subjects relating to event technology and marketing.
At the Manufacturers` Forum seminars, companies from the event-technology sector pass on their expert knowledge and experience and give you the chance to find out about technical developments on the basis of best-practice examples.
The spectrum of subjects covered is extensive and ranges from broadcasting and studio technology, via display and projection technology, to new standards for multi-media networks and audio over IP.