Do you need a dedicated event app portal?
If you’re an event organiser or business running multiple events – you should consider your own branded event portal. This is a standalone, branded event app portal, from which attendees can access any number of your event apps, even those running simultaneously.
Add authority to your brand and ensure a smooth user experience with your own event portal. Brand all the app graphics including the icon shown in the App Stores, download page to link users to the relevant App Store, splash and loading screen which appear upon opening the app.
Extra sponsorship potential
Put your sponsors front and centre by placing their logo and brand on the app store tile, download page and portal loading page. This is great for a global technology sponsor.
Having this offers a great return on investment. Every app build required will available as an embedded app within your portal. Having a store listing for each event is costly and is subject to app store wait time.
Use your portal to show other upcoming events and allow attendees to register straight from within the page. This encourages increased attendance and app adoption rates.
Replicate other projects
Why reinvent the wheel if you’ve already created the perfect custom event app. With the Entegy Core you can replicate your projects and content, then tweak for each event.
Better user experience
Easily instruct attendees to download your event page, no need to search for a third party in the app store. If your attendees are going to a number of your events they only need to download the portal app once and select their event, no need to have multiple apps or delete and download a new event app each time.
How do they work?
Event portals serve only your events. Download your app from apple or android app store. Open the portal app on your device, then simply select the event from a list or enter a private event code. Each time an attendee opens the portal app on their phone it automatically remembers their selection and will open to the same event they left.