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Bringing attendees to your event is one thing, but how do you make it memorable, appealing on social media, and truly outstanding?
In today’s fast-paced digital age, companies and event producers are constantly seeking innovative ways to capture the attention of potential clients, partners, and stakeholders. Events, tradeshows, and conferences are no exception. With the right technological solutions, businesses can create memorable experiences that engage attendees and set them apart from the competition. To make your event stand out in 2024, let’s explore some of the most exciting ideas and event technology trends.
Welcome to a new era in hospitality: From smart hotels and robotic bartenders to biometric authentication, discover how the intersection of technology and innovation is crafting exceptional, personalized, and sustainable guest experiences, defining a whole new standard in the industry.
From the rise of smart hotels to the introduction of service robots, the hospitality landscape is being revolutionized with guests’ satisfaction in mind. But the burning question is, how can hotels use new technologies to elevate the customer experience and have their guests return in the future? 
The hospitality industry has always been quick to adapt to new technologies. from smart AI assistants to autonomous shuttles, they are always looking for ways to improve the guest experience and streamline operations. Here are some of the tech trends that will shape the hospitality industry this year.
As technology advances, more and more hotels, resorts, and other hospitality businesses are starting to discover the benefits of “opening their doors” to innovations and trends. Incorporating new solutions in your hotel can enhance the guests’ journey and experience, reduce operational costs, and as a result- drive revenue growth. To help you get started, we’ve gathered the list of the hottest hospitality tech trends for 2023.
Only 30 deals. No mega rounds above $100 million. No new Unicorns. Only one Cybersecurity startup. Seems like someone hit the Reset button.
We’ve had several optimistic months, despite the rumors about a crisis and slowing down, but now it seems that the inflation and the overall situation in the market have reached Israel, too. Hundreds of employees were laid off from dozens of companies- some of which have shut down entirely- and even the numbers show: only $695 million were raised this month by 32 companies (that we know of).
Does February mark the end of the investment craze in the Israeli startup ecosystem? Still too soon to tell.
This February, 50 Israeli startups raised over $1.47 billion and three new Unicorns joined the club, which is still impressive but looks rather pale compared to previous months in 2021, surpassing the $2 and $3 billion mark.
Cecilia.ai partners with FIU's Bacardi Center of Excellence and will make its debut performance at one of the largest and most well-known food & wine festivals in the U.S.
Israeli startup Cecilia.ai, the developer of the world’s first robotic interactive bartender, signed a first-of-its-kind partnership with the Bacardi Center of Excellence at Florida International University (FIU) and plans to debut their joint activity officially at the South Beach Wine & Food Festival at the end of the month.
We packed ourselves and Cecilia.ai to Las Vegas to exhibit and attend the most important tech conference in the world. It was… wow!
CES 2022 was an event that we, and the rest of the tech community, have anticipated for so long. Its online edition last year was nothing short of the real thing. The whole point of CES is to be there; to experience, to touch, to witness these crazy, groundbreaking technologies with your own eyes, without any edited promotional videos. What can we say? We’re so glad that we did it.
Bringing attendees to your event is one thing, but how do you make it memorable, appealing on social media, and truly outstanding?
In today’s fast-paced digital age, companies and event producers are constantly seeking innovative ways to capture the attention of potential clients, partners, and stakeholders. Events, tradeshows, and conferences are no exception. With the right technological solutions, businesses can create memorable experiences that engage attendees and set them apart from the competition. To make your event stand out in 2024, let’s explore some of the most exciting ideas and event technology trends.
Welcome to a new era in hospitality: From smart hotels and robotic bartenders to biometric authentication, discover how the intersection of technology and innovation is crafting exceptional, personalized, and sustainable guest experiences, defining a whole new standard in the industry.
From the rise of smart hotels to the introduction of service robots, the hospitality landscape is being revolutionized with guests’ satisfaction in mind. But the burning question is, how can hotels use new technologies to elevate the customer experience and have their guests return in the future? 
The hospitality industry has always been quick to adapt to new technologies. from smart AI assistants to autonomous shuttles, they are always looking for ways to improve the guest experience and streamline operations. Here are some of the tech trends that will shape the hospitality industry this year.
As technology advances, more and more hotels, resorts, and other hospitality businesses are starting to discover the benefits of “opening their doors” to innovations and trends. Incorporating new solutions in your hotel can enhance the guests’ journey and experience, reduce operational costs, and as a result- drive revenue growth. To help you get started, we’ve gathered the list of the hottest hospitality tech trends for 2023.
Only 30 deals. No mega rounds above $100 million. No new Unicorns. Only one Cybersecurity startup. Seems like someone hit the Reset button.
We’ve had several optimistic months, despite the rumors about a crisis and slowing down, but now it seems that the inflation and the overall situation in the market have reached Israel, too. Hundreds of employees were laid off from dozens of companies- some of which have shut down entirely- and even the numbers show: only $695 million were raised this month by 32 companies (that we know of).
With investments of over $1.6 billion, two new unicorns, and two highly-valued companies, it seems like the global crisis has yet to arrive.
Despite the economic crisis and slowdown, 50 Israeli startups have raised more than $1.6 billion in May 2022.
Does February mark the end of the investment craze in the Israeli startup ecosystem? Still too soon to tell.
This February, 50 Israeli startups raised over $1.47 billion and three new Unicorns joined the club, which is still impressive but looks rather pale compared to previous months in 2021, surpassing the $2 and $3 billion mark.
Cecilia.ai partners with FIU's Bacardi Center of Excellence and will make its debut performance at one of the largest and most well-known food & wine festivals in the U.S.
Israeli startup Cecilia.ai, the developer of the world’s first robotic interactive bartender, signed a first-of-its-kind partnership with the Bacardi Center of Excellence at Florida International University (FIU) and plans to debut their joint activity officially at the South Beach Wine & Food Festival at the end of the month.
We packed ourselves and Cecilia.ai to Las Vegas to exhibit and attend the most important tech conference in the world. It was… wow!
CES 2022 was an event that we, and the rest of the tech community, have anticipated for so long. Its online edition last year was nothing short of the real thing. The whole point of CES is to be there; to experience, to touch, to witness these crazy, groundbreaking technologies with your own eyes, without any edited promotional videos. What can we say? We’re so glad that we did it.