How the Experiential Economy Came To Life at InspireFest

Zuzor Founder Tammuz Dubnov traveled to Dublin, Ireland this week to speak at InspireFest 2019. The conference explores the future of science, technology and creativity.

Industries from retail to entertainment are looking for new ways to engage audiences that are becoming increasingly harder to captivate. Solutions to the ‘experiential economy’ are a central aim of InspireFest this year.

Technology is now an expectation for consumers of products, events and experiences of all kinds, and InspireFest proved that this assimilation is already happening.

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