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    ATEA COMMUNITY // 2013

    Project Manager:

    Are Stemshaug

    Partner Contact:

    Oscar Wallin

    Project Coordinator:

    Andreas Tveter

    Background:

    Atea’s goal with Atea Community 2013 was to create THE Norwegian meeting place for IT Managers, directors, financial officers, IT-professionals, technicians and special users nationwide. This year’s theme was Alfa & Omega, with a special focus on Collaboration. Atea Community has been the largest IT-fair in Norway over the past years, and it just keeps getting bigger.

     Solution:

    In order to engage participants at the Atea Community IT-fair, Payments teamed up with JCP Event and created an app for all smartphone platforms that was used to collect partner leads and check guests into rating sessions, so that they could gather points and win prizes, etc.

    Due to the recent 3D-printing boom, the Oslo event had its very own scanner and printer where one could get their own mini figurine made. A trailer was also brought into the fair, which was used as a canvas for both 3D-mapping and displaying the day’s agenda. JCP Event worked as a link between Atea and all of the locations visited.

    Result:

    Atea Community visited 9 cities in Norway over a 7-week period, with up to 6 parallel sessions per city, and plenary sessions at both the beginning and the end of the day. In total 64 partners were represented with stands and happy employees.

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    ATEA COMMUNITY // 2013

    Project Manager:

    Are Stemshaug

    Partner Contact:

    Oscar Wallin

    Project Coordinator:

    Andreas Tveter

    Background:

    Atea’s goal with Atea Community 2013 was to create THE Norwegian meeting place for IT Managers, directors, financial officers, IT-professionals, technicians and special users nationwide. This year’s theme was Alfa & Omega, with a special focus on Collaboration. Atea Community has been the largest IT-fair in Norway over the past years, and it just keeps getting bigger.

     Solution:

    In order to engage participants at the Atea Community IT-fair, Payments teamed up with JCP Event and created an app for all smartphone platforms that was used to collect partner leads and check guests into rating sessions, so that they could gather points and win prizes, etc.

    Due to the recent 3D-printing boom, the Oslo event had its very own scanner and printer where one could get their own mini figurine made. A trailer was also brought into the fair, which was used as a canvas for both 3D-mapping and displaying the day’s agenda. JCP Event worked as a link between Atea and all of the locations visited.

    Result:

    Atea Community visited 9 cities in Norway over a 7-week period, with up to 6 parallel sessions per city, and plenary sessions at both the beginning and the end of the day. In total 64 partners were represented with stands and happy employees.

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    ATEA COMMUNITY // 2013

    Project Manager:

    Are Stemshaug

    Partner Contact:

    Oscar Wallin

    Project Coordinator:

    Andreas Tveter

    Background:

    Atea’s goal with Atea Community 2013 was to create THE Norwegian meeting place for IT Managers, directors, financial officers, IT-professionals, technicians and special users nationwide. This year’s theme was Alfa & Omega, with a special focus on Collaboration. Atea Community has been the largest IT-fair in Norway over the past years, and it just keeps getting bigger.

     Solution:

    In order to engage participants at the Atea Community IT-fair, Payments teamed up with JCP Event and created an app for all smartphone platforms that was used to collect partner leads and check guests into rating sessions, so that they could gather points and win prizes, etc.

    Due to the recent 3D-printing boom, the Oslo event had its very own scanner and printer where one could get their own mini figurine made. A trailer was also brought into the fair, which was used as a canvas for both 3D-mapping and displaying the day’s agenda. JCP Event worked as a link between Atea and all of the locations visited.

    Result:

    Atea Community visited 9 cities in Norway over a 7-week period, with up to 6 parallel sessions per city, and plenary sessions at both the beginning and the end of the day. In total 64 partners were represented with stands and happy employees.

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    ATEA COMMUNITY // 2013

    Project Manager:

    Are Stemshaug

    Partner Contact:

    Oscar Wallin

    Project Coordinator:

    Andreas Tveter

    Background:

    Atea’s goal with Atea Community 2013 was to create THE Norwegian meeting place for IT Managers, directors, financial officers, IT-professionals, technicians and special users nationwide. This year’s theme was Alfa & Omega, with a special focus on Collaboration. Atea Community has been the largest IT-fair in Norway over the past years, and it just keeps getting bigger.

     Solution:

    In order to engage participants at the Atea Community IT-fair, Payments teamed up with JCP Event and created an app for all smartphone platforms that was used to collect partner leads and check guests into rating sessions, so that they could gather points and win prizes, etc.

    Due to the recent 3D-printing boom, the Oslo event had its very own scanner and printer where one could get their own mini figurine made. A trailer was also brought into the fair, which was used as a canvas for both 3D-mapping and displaying the day’s agenda. JCP Event worked as a link between Atea and all of the locations visited.

    Result:

    Atea Community visited 9 cities in Norway over a 7-week period, with up to 6 parallel sessions per city, and plenary sessions at both the beginning and the end of the day. In total 64 partners were represented with stands and happy employees.

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    ATEA COMMUNITY // 2013

    Project Manager:

    Are Stemshaug

    Partner Contact:

    Oscar Wallin

    Project Coordinator:

    Andreas Tveter

    Background:

    Atea’s goal with Atea Community 2013 was to create THE Norwegian meeting place for IT Managers, directors, financial officers, IT-professionals, technicians and special users nationwide. This year’s theme was Alfa & Omega, with a special focus on Collaboration. Atea Community has been the largest IT-fair in Norway over the past years, and it just keeps getting bigger.

     Solution:

    In order to engage participants at the Atea Community IT-fair, Payments teamed up with JCP Event and created an app for all smartphone platforms that was used to collect partner leads and check guests into rating sessions, so that they could gather points and win prizes, etc.

    Due to the recent 3D-printing boom, the Oslo event had its very own scanner and printer where one could get their own mini figurine made. A trailer was also brought into the fair, which was used as a canvas for both 3D-mapping and displaying the day’s agenda. JCP Event worked as a link between Atea and all of the locations visited.

    Result:

    Atea Community visited 9 cities in Norway over a 7-week period, with up to 6 parallel sessions per city, and plenary sessions at both the beginning and the end of the day. In total 64 partners were represented with stands and happy employees.

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    ATEA COMMUNITY // 2013

    Project Manager:

    Are Stemshaug

    Partner Contact:

    Oscar Wallin

    Project Coordinator:

    Andreas Tveter

    Background:

    Atea’s goal with Atea Community 2013 was to create THE Norwegian meeting place for IT Managers, directors, financial officers, IT-professionals, technicians and special users nationwide. This year’s theme was Alfa & Omega, with a special focus on Collaboration. Atea Community has been the largest IT-fair in Norway over the past years, and it just keeps getting bigger.

     Solution:

    In order to engage participants at the Atea Community IT-fair, Payments teamed up with JCP Event and created an app for all smartphone platforms that was used to collect partner leads and check guests into rating sessions, so that they could gather points and win prizes, etc.

    Due to the recent 3D-printing boom, the Oslo event had its very own scanner and printer where one could get their own mini figurine made. A trailer was also brought into the fair, which was used as a canvas for both 3D-mapping and displaying the day’s agenda. JCP Event worked as a link between Atea and all of the locations visited.

    Result:

    Atea Community visited 9 cities in Norway over a 7-week period, with up to 6 parallel sessions per city, and plenary sessions at both the beginning and the end of the day. In total 64 partners were represented with stands and happy employees.

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