The Meetings Show: Why Choose Our Conference App?

It’s nearly time for The Meetings Show. We’re really looking forward to participating as we get to spend three days meeting event planners and discussing how event apps could work for their events – our favourite topic!

Supplier Soup 

Getting ready for this show got me thinking about the event app industry. The last few industry exhibitions I’ve been to were overflowing with event app companies. Many of whom I hadn’t heard of before the exhibition.

In fact there often seems to be more event app companies than any type of supplier at these shows. No surprise then that the Event App Bible reported that close to 150 companies submitted requests to be included in the 2016 report.

In such a busy market, I want to make it clear to all the event planners out there (who must be swamped with options) why CrowdComms is different.

CrowdComms = Service

So here it is: at CrowdComms we are all about exceptional service. We work with hundreds of leading organisations mainly located in the UK and Australia and many of them have worked with us since we started providing event apps in 2011.

We’re not the only ones who think CrowdComms provide fantastic service.

We survey each client after every event app we produce for them and we are very proud to report that 95% of our clients would recommend us to other event planners.

So if you are an event planner and you value track record and exceptional service we are the event app supplier for you.

If you are planning on attending the Meetings Show stop by and see us on the stand (K202) or come to one of the technology sessions I’m presenting at.

I’m really looking forward to finding out more about your event and how we can help to make it shine with a stunning event app.

Dee Brannick - CrowdComms, Co-Founder

Working in Event Tech since 2003, Dee has made thousands of events shine by incorporating market leading technology into a diverse range of events. From boardroom meetings to multi-location conferences, Dee is passionate about finding the right solution for her clients. In 2011 she co-founded CrowdComms to maximise the explosion in smart phone usage at events and now works out of the UK office in sunny Dorset.