I was very pleased with the app overall and our clients and delegates loved it. The only feedback we had from delegates was positive. The platform is extremely versatile and there was a way to do everything we needed, even with our more unusual requirements. Plus the level of support from the team was exceptional, both pre-event and onsite.
We would definitely use CrowdComms again. I love the team, what they stand for and they feel like an extension of ours. From the moment we started working together you definitely made my life easier! We spent two days of the conference talking about the ultimate experience which we definitely received from you.
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?
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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.