The Brilliant Mind behind Stagetimer.IO

Today, we have a unique opportunity as Tess, our meeting and event superhero, is away. This gives me a chance to highlight something truly special. And what makes it so special, you may ask? Well, we have the privilege of featuring the creator of my favorite event technology of the past two years: Stagetimer.IO.

For those who know me, it’s no secret that I am an enormous fan of this product. Stagetimer is single-handedly revolutionizing the way we communicate the remaining time in a session. Gone are the days of renting those bulky red numbers in a big square box from the in-house AV company.

Stagetimer offers a host of remarkable features that elevate it even further. Need to count up? Not a problem! Want to showcase the time of day in a sleek clock format? Consider it done! Desire to convey messages directly to the talent through the confidence monitor? Boom, Stagetimer has you covered. And if you want the text to flash or change colors to captivate their attention because they just won’t. Stop. Talking. Well, guess what? You can do that too.

Stagetimer also allows you to share the timer with your entire team, ensuring everyone stays synchronized. Simply send them a link, and they will gain access to the fullscreen timer, an agenda page with the session rundown, and even a moderator page to display messages.

What’s more, Stagetimer plays seamlessly with other industry tools, including Companion, through its open API (ask your AV person, they’ll know).

Accessing Stagetimer is a breeze. Whether through your web browser or natively on Windows or Mac, you can confidently rock the stage even without an internet connection.

Join us as we meet the brilliant mind behind this innovative creation. Lukas Hermann, a talented Full-Stack Engineer and entrepreneur.

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Air Date: July 11, 2023

Episode: 25

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Lukas Hermann