Why Sabra Staged a 44-Foot Dining Table in New York

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The brand celebrated National Hummus Day with an outdoor dining experience that invited media and influencers to dine on custom creations. It’s common for brands to host consumer experiences surrounding national food days, and Sabra decided to elevate an existing concept for National Hummus Day. Origen: Why Sabra Staged a 44-Foot Dining Table in New York

Impressive Innovative Technology behind the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 @eventplannerTV

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Those of you who have seen the semi-finals of the Eurovision Song Contest know that the show looks very impressive. 1000 m2 LED screens, 3300 m truss, 1816 lighting fixtures, 212 tonnes of material in the roof, … The figures alone are staggering. Origen: Impressive Innovative Technology behind the Eurovision Song Contest 2017

Back to Basics: 5 Ways to Host The Most T.D. Event Ever – DoubleDutch @DoubleDutch

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  Ready, Set, Slay DoubleDutch is launching a “Back to Basics” series for your not so basic, events. We want to bring you fresh ideas, venues, and tips for inside and outside the DoubleDutch platform experience. This week we are bringing you five ways to host the most T.D.,“to die”, event in 2017. Incorporate these […] Origen: Back to Basics: 5 Ways to Host The Most T.D. Event Ever – DoubleDutch

Seeing is believing: Should you be using holograms at your events? – @EventNewsBlog

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The use of holograms at events has had its peaks and troughs over the past few years, skyrocketing to international prominence with the brilliant, or morally questionable, resurrection of Tupac Shakur at the 2012 Coachella Festival. Ethical debates aside, the impact of utilising holographic technology is unquestionable; it’s exciting, engaging and nowhere near ubiquity yet, […] Origen: Seeing is believing: Should you be using holograms at your events? – Event Industry News