Hundreds of learning and event technology professionals convened for two-day hybrid event, Cadmium Spark
Cadmium concluded their annual conference this week at Nationals Park. Conceived as an essential hybrid event for leaders in the professional events and online learning space, Cadmium Spark was attended by over 300 technologists from associations, non-profits, healthcare and life sciences organizations.
The program commenced on July 25 with a virtual address from John Pierson, CEO of Cadmium. Pierson revealed the company’s advancements in creating an integrated life-cycle suite of applications and services for the events and educational initiatives of their customers.
Acknowledging an unprecedented period of change in the learning and events industry, Pierson remarked: “We’re ready for whatever in-person, virtual, or hybrid activity is going to be needed. The products have been built, the teams have been trained, and the capabilities are there to be leveraged.”
Throughout the conference, in-person and virtual attendees visited an assortment of concurrent sessions. Thought leadership from industry insiders, hands-on technology workshops, and other learning opportunities punctuated the program. A keynote address on the future of associations by Artesha Moore, FASAE, CAE, President and CEO of Association Forum, concluded the first day’s activities.
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