Chloe is VP Senior Corporate Relations at Explori, the home of event insights. A multi-lingual event advocate for over 14 years, Chloe spends her day-to-day championing the impact and value of corporate event teams globally. With recent accolades including Eventex’s 100 Most Influential People in the Events Industry, Glisser’s Most Influential Women in the Events Industry and JLLive’s 12 Event Industry Gamechangers, she is proud of working in such a powerful and business-critical industry. When not at events, Chloe can be found running around cities with her bumbag and giraffe socks.
How would you describe Event Tech Live to someone who has never been?
The home of event technology; raw, quirky and exciting
How has the event technology landscape evolved over the years?
The focus has moved from registration platforms and CRM to core business strategy enablement. Streamlining processes and maximising resources are now front and centre; with technology leading the charge.
What makes Event Tech Live a unique event compared to others in the industry?
Pioneering, trend setting
Who do you think would make for a great keynote speaker or panel discussion at Event Tech Live?
What work / productivity tool could you not live without?
LinkedIn! Does that count?
What’s your favourite piece of personal tech?
Thinking about technology terms, slang or acronyms which one do you hate the most and why?
“One source of truth” – even though I say it too
If you could invite any fictional character to be a keynote speaker at the event, who would it be and why?
Beth Dutton from Yellowstone. Honest, unfiltered and provocative. We all need a bit more chutzpah from event speakers!
If event technology had a personality, what kind of personality traits do you think it would have?
It would be an ESTJ personality type (one of the Myers Briggs categories, I recommend everyone does the test if you haven’t already!).
It likes people, but is the least emotionally-driven personality type. Practical, level headed, clear and solution-oriented – it often focuses on facts rather than feeling.
Sometimes, it might have too much to drink and tell people the cold hard truth (even if it’s tone deaf), and then the next day will wonder why they’re crying about it.
“The ESTJs solve problems by expertly applying and adapting past experience. They like work where they can achieve immediate, visible, and tangible results.” – this is event technology all over.