September 26, 2014
By Ken Stockdell, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, NCARB, Vice President and Convention Center Practice Leader, HKS, Inc.

Are conventions and large meetings headed toward obsolescence? This question has been in the back of the minds of convention and meeting industry leaders since the advent of the Internet more than 20 years ago. Futurists predicted that the need to interact face-to-face would be met by technology and that conventions quickly would become unnecessary because such gatherings could take place virtually. I believe this isn’t so. Join me to hear why.

To view the video presentation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=csxmArDndws

To listen to the podcast: http://hksarchitects.libsyn.com/are-conventions-obsolete

A 2014 calendar, located on the HKS website, shares additional JOIN US talks: http://www.hksinc.com/joinus/. Please register to attend these live streaming video events.  

For more information, contact Ken Stockdell at kstockdell@hksinc.com or Trish Martineck at tmartineck@hksinc.com.

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