Intel Developer Forum(IDF) 2009 – Day 1

Posted by on Sep 23, 2009 in blog | No Comments
Intel Developer Forum(IDF) 2009 – Day 1

Day 1 of IDF 2009 stated on Sept. 22 and it started off strong. The event is in the West Hall of Moscone this year and occupies all 3 levels. Registration was open earlier than 7:30am (we were there) and surprisingly, a decent crowd or registrants were around pioking up their badges and gift. For […]

Free Pass Anyone?

Posted by on Sep 21, 2009 in blog | No Comments
Free Pass Anyone?

How many tradeshows and events have you tried to attend or just go to and check out what the cool new things that were on display? For anyone, not just tradeshow managers and event planners here, but those who are fans, or professionals, or anyone who just wants to see the latest and greatest or […]

Coking.com – Roundup

Posted by on Sep 18, 2009 in blog | No Comments
Coking.com – Roundup

We apologize for not blogging on a daily basis for this event, so we will do a roundup post to cover what was going on during the week. We will get some photos up soon from the event as well. This conference has a heavy focus on technical seminars, breakout sessions, techniques, training, and more. […]

Coking.com – Day 1

Posted by on Sep 14, 2009 in blog | No Comments
Coking.com – Day 1

We are in Calgary, Alberta, Canada to support the Coking.com conference, exhibition, and training this week. This is a small exhibition that has as a strong focus on technical training, seminars, and conferences. We are in a small venue that is attached to a hotel and the exhibition floor is comprised of pipe and drape […]

Where In The World Is The Global Exhibition Industry?

Posted by on Sep 9, 2009 in blog | No Comments
Where In The World Is The Global Exhibition Industry?

For those of us who have been in the exhibition industry for many years, we have seen the good and the bad times. No matter what part of the exhibition industry you are involved in, you in some way, feel the ripples and effects of these ups and downs. For those who are new to […]

Direct Events – Do They Work? – Nokia World 09

Posted by on Sep 3, 2009 in blog | No Comments
Direct Events – Do They Work? – Nokia World 09

Many companies and organizations still attend and participate in tradeshows around the world on an annual basis and it is still an integral part of sales and marketing. But, more companies today are producing their own events that are targeted specifically at a cetain demographic, decision maker, and/or consumer. Some may say though that this […]

A Refresher For The Summer Perhaps?

Posted by on Aug 19, 2009 in blog | No Comments
A Refresher For The Summer Perhaps?

How was your summer so far? Was it filled with BBQ’s and cold drinks by the pool? Did you have time for a nice getaway or at least time off? Or, did you spend your summer months planning and participating in events and tradeshows? The summer season is typically linked to hot dogs, hamburgers and […]

Social Media, Spreading The Word

Posted by on Aug 7, 2009 in blog | No Comments
Social Media, Spreading The Word

Social media has become one quick and easy way to reach people and inform the world. Never has it been easier to write on a daily or even hourly basis about your day, thoughts, observations, and more. For Inline Connection, social media and the various tools available are a way for us to share about […]

Conference vs. Expo

Posted by on Jul 29, 2009 in blog | No Comments
Conference vs. Expo

The Design Automation Conference (DAC) is in San Francisco this week at the Moscone Center and this event/show brings up a very good point of the Conference vs. the Expo. More observations at the end of the show as well. Monday was Free Mondays for the expo hall for visitors. Free days for attendees is […]

Summer = Busy Event Season

Posted by on Jul 23, 2009 in blog | No Comments
Summer = Busy Event Season

It can be said that we are in the middle of the summer for the year and with that, comes many events and shows. Some are geared towards the fans and fanatics, some are more towards the industry insiders and supporters, others are for the engineers, and yet some are decision makers and planners themselves. […]