CeBIT Australia 2016
This year marked the 15th anniversary of CeBIT Australia and attendance was estimated to be north of 15,000. We certainly had our fair share of visitors at the Blrt booth, giving us the opportunity to spread the Blrt gospel to hundreds of business owners, managers, students and general technology enthusiasts who are looking to deploy Blrt in creative ways.
We even had visits from a few VIP, including New South Wales Minister for Innovation and Better Regulation Victor Dominello:
From real estate agents who are looking to use Blrt to show off new properties, to life coaches who will use Blrt to get on the same page with their clients, many were impressed enough to purchase an annual Blrt Premium subscription on the spot. As Premium subscribers, they’ll enjoy longer Blrts, the use of more media in those Blrts, and access to the Blrt Web App.
CeBIT Gala Dinner
Night two saw Team Blrt scrubbing up for the annual CeBIT Australia Gala Dinner and enjoying an (appropriate) amount of glitz and glam.
The team enjoyed a delicious meal and snazzy live music, not to mention the opportunity to mix and mingle with industry leaders and other CeBIT Australia exhibitors who were eager to share their successes and keen to hear about the goals Team Blrt have been likewise kicking.
The main events for the evening were the CeBIT Business Technology Awards and the 2016 Australian Government ICT Awards, both of which were inspiring in their own rights and lit a hotter creative fire within the team.
Day three of CeBIT Australia brought Pitchfest and a strong showing from Blrt Founder and CEO Anurag Chakradhar.
See you next year!
All in all, CeBIT Australia 2016 was wildly successful for Blrt. In addition to spreading our own gospel, it was nothing short of inspiring to see what other innovative minds are coming up with and to witness the overwhelmingly positive direction that the technology sector is heading in.
Did you meet us at CeBIT? We’d love to hear how you’re enjoying Blrt and see any photos you took during CeBIT Australia.
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Blrt helps you get your point across quickly by allowing you to talk, point and draw over images, documents and websites. The resulting video-like recording is called a Blrt.
Your Blrts require much less bandwidth than video and can be shared with anyone on mobile or desktop. This makes Blrt ideal for both collaboration and the creation and sharing of dynamic content, as public Blrts can be embedded into any webpage.
Once recorded, Blrts are stored in the cloud and are exchanged with others in a conversation-like fashion. A record is kept of the exchange, and new parties and media can be added at any time.
Blrt shifts time and place, allowing users in a conversation to participate in their own time. In an era where activity-based working and distributed teams are commonplace, Blrt is revolutionising the way people interact to get things done.