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Anonymised data and event performance – International Confex 2023

Nick Child’s presentation at Confex will be a revealing and refreshing look at how spatial analytics is changing the way brands, and sponsors use data.

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Bondi Sands to use Meshh for latest brand activation

As part of the Bondi Sands ‘Game, Set, Protect’ brand activation, twenty3 Sports and Entertainment will be deploying Meshh analytics at the 2023 Australian Open.

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Meshh set to increase deployment at Sky Retail stores in 2023

From January 1st, 2023, Meshh will be increasing the deployment of our spatial analytics technology in Sky retail outlets in the UK.

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The new UK data standard

Our head of insights and analytics, Nick Child, shared his thoughts in the January 2023 edition of Hospitality & Events North Magazine on what changes can be expected, the shift in users’ understanding of their data and what the final Act may mean for the industry.

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Data : the new norm

Our CEO, Caroline McGuckian, Greg Morris, Research Director at Nielsen Sports UK and Jake Pryszlak, Insight Manager at SailGP, opened the virtual section of Event Tech Live 2022, the premier UK event solely dedicated to using technology at live events.

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Spatial analytics on the road

During the four-month campaign, two Sky Tour Trucks, installed with a Meshh sensor, travelled across the UK and stopped at twenty locations.

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Composing the Metaverse

Our CEO, Caroline McGuckian and Jack Jacob, MD and founder of Partnership Network Events (PNE) joined Event Industry News podcast host James Dickson to take a look at all things Metaverse; is it real, does it have a purpose and how will it affect the live events industry.

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ETL 2022

We are thrilled to announce that our CEO, Caroline Mcguckian will be one of the panellists for an Event Tech Live virtual session alongside Greg Morris, Research Director at Nielsen Sports & Entertainment and Jake Pryszlak, Insight Manager at SailGP where they will be discussing the subject of “Embrace the new norm for data – ignore it at your peril!”