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The Future of Networking – Analyzing Engagement Marketing with Akvelon’s Conference Booth Assistant

Date: This webinar took place at 11am on Wednesday December 9th, 2020

In the past, tradeshows and conferences have been some of the most advantageous ways for companies and professionals to network, generate high quality leads, and bolster brand awareness. However, the future of networking will need to change in order to survive in a post-pandemic world when COVID-19 prevention measures lessen so that these events can revert from virtual to physical once again. Required PPE, wider paths and less booths to enable proper social distancing, and significantly reduced maximum event capacity are just a few measures that will likely be taken in order to keep attendees and exhibitors safe. However, these will pose issues for companies that are exhibiting at events, especially when it comes to reducing their booth staff members to allow for more attendees to make up as much of the events’ maximum capacities as possible. That is where Akvelon’s Conference Booth Assistant comes in. With CBA, companies will get access to live analytics of their booths’ engagement, allowing them to reduce their booth staff significantly. In fact, CBA can run completely autonomously after it’s been set up, allowing more attendees to visit their booth demo’s without worrying about social distancing from any booth staff. Akvelon’s Conference Booth Assistant Development team discuss CBA will empower companies to analyze their engagement marketing in the post-pandemic future of networking.

 

Speakers

Ildar Nigmatulin

Technical Project Manager

 

Ildar Nigmatullin is a Technical Project Manager at Akvelon. Experienced in handling software development projects in multiple domains such as Food delivery, health care, MS team vendor, government banking. That experience helps him to handle CBA project keeping focus on delivery, scheduling, and timeline, discussing priorities, analyzing experiments results and looking for new opportunities.

 

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Software Development Engineer

 

Pavel Savelev is the Software Development Engineer at Akvelon. Having started as an intern, demonstrated skillset growth, excellent interpersonal skills, and assigned a SDE for CBA project. He keeps responsibility for backend services, deploys and tests the application, conducts experiments, and analyses results.  Likes algorithms and enjoys elegant solutions that solve complex problems.

 

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Irina Nikolaeva

Data Scientist

Irina Nikolaeva is Data Scientist at Akvelon. On this project she (as part of a ML team,) develops machine learning pipeline for people re-identification. Having a bachelor’s degree in mathematics and  masters in applied mathematics, Irina is focused on a deep understanding of theoretical papers on machine learning and the ability to implement cutting-edge solutions.

 

 

 

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Director of Engineering

Maxim Kostin is an Architect and Senior Technical Account Manager at Akvelon. With a chance to work on a wide range of projects in mobile, desktop, web and cloud across a range of industries Max loves to tackle technichal and organizational complexity in his projects. His earlier work on the PhD in High Performance Computing and ML applications helps him drive the AI initiatives across the company.

 

Moderator

 

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Cal Escue

Director of Akvelon’s San Francisco Office

Cal Escue is the Director of Sales at Akvelon, a software engineering organization, scaling teams and helping leaders solve complex engineering challenges. Following several years of driving success and growth for several companies in the financial and marketing industries, Cal focused his career towards technical sales in 2015 to join the thriving Bay Area tech scene. Cal has helped leaders from startups to Fortune 500 companies develop cutting edge technology and build out their passion. He is a member of the Guardsmen Philanthropy for Children and lives in Oakland, CA.