We are happy to introduce a new feature for our event apps. Now you can use small, 3D printed, plastic stamp to activate various functions including session check in, contact swap, and gamification points.
The World Cup would qualify as a super-event in the eyes of an event organizer with an entire country needed to pull it off. We look at how things have been going in Brazil for the 2014 event and lessons that event organizers can use for their (slightly) smaller events.
We have been working on a series of features to continue to push our amazing EventEdge apps to the next level. After testing through a few events and polishing, we are happy to announce that Gamification is now available as an add on feature. Learn how we built the feature to add a whole new level of interactivity and a competitive element to your event.
You have an awesome event app for your conference with attendees using it to communicate, get information, and stay informed. It both adds value and saves money. Event apps also create a lot of information that event organizers can use before, during, and after your event. We break down some of the actionable ways data can inform decision making.
Marketing might be the most important part of an event organizers job. Planning an amazing event means nothing if no one knows about or experiences it. That is why event organizers have become some of the best marketers out there. When it comes to your apps, it's important to get them into the hands of your attendees. We put together a few strategies event organizers can use to let their attendees know about your apps.
Event apps are amazing tools for conferences, corporate meetings, and exhibitions, but after hundreds of apps, we have learned that its important to balance the line between use and distraction. Here is what we have learned.
In this week's event read we bring you 10 ways to improve your email marketing, 10 ways to reduce no-shows and 10 start ups you should be aware for their innovative ideas to better attendee experience at your next event.
Social networks and event apps have become the norm at meetings and conferences worldwide. With this new source of information, event organizations can find creative ways to use the data they get from our apps. We put together some of our favorites.
Event organizers are always looking to make an impact after an attendee leaves an event. Rather than filling their bags with random items, give some awesome tech that they will love and remember. Here are a few suggestions, and contact us if you have any others.
This week's even read has a variety of tips ranging from how to manage guest transportation, how to get the most out of your outdoor event and building loyalty through guest participation. Take a break from your busy day and enjoy the reads.
Communicating with attendees before, during, and after an event is one of the biggest challenges that event organizers face. In the digital age, email has been the go to method, but with the rise of mobile event apps, PUSH messaging is both more effective and cost conscious. Here is why you should be using PUSH to send out event messages.
Better budgeting is critical both for the client and your team to effectively manage an event. In this week's event read, we look into some tips that helps you better communicate with your client and keep costs to a minimum.