Some speakers may be stuck in their ways when it comes to presenting. This makes it harder to convince them to embrace event tech, particularly live polling. As the event planner, you may need to convince them that polling via an event app is an invaluable addition to any session.
Event app engagement is always a key concern when first implementing an app at an event. Like any new investment, the decision to use an event app comes with a degree of risk. So, how can you ensure that your audience get the most out of your event app?
In a world where our phones have become an integral part of our daily lives, technology has never been more personalised. And an event app is no different. Read on to uncover the best ways to give your event app that personal touch…
On April 17 thousands of excited Ed Sheeran fans (or ‘Sheerios’ as they’re known) gathered at Disneyland Hong Kong for the 2nd of his scheduled HK concerts on his ‘Divide’ world tour. The Hong Kong weather (notoriously temperamental at that time of year) was not looking favourable.
When planners and organisers purchase event tech for their events they’re not buying digital platforms or audio-visual equipment. They’re buying systems that will deliver a great event experience for their attendees and guests.
Every event presents an opportunity to maximise brand visibility. Whether it’s the event itself, industry group or sponsors – brand visibility is a powerful means of connecting attendees to an organisation.
Exhibitions don’t always need an event app’s comprehensive features. However, they do still have specific needs and challenges (e.g. maximising attendee experience and ensuring the event runs smoothly) where exhibition event tech can make a big difference.
Every event attendee is special, but sometimes you want to give certain guests extra attention. Your Executive Stream can include industry leaders, speakers, session hosts and media. These guests may all warrant a more tailored event experience.