Upcoming Webinar: How to Properly Evaluate Mobile Event App Providers

Ready to go mobile, but not sure where to start? Or, already gone mobile, and need to find the right provider that will cater to your unique needs? Either way, you’ve found the right webinar. Join us for this free webcast: Ask and You Shall Receive: How to Properly Evaluate Mobile Event App Providers.

Date: Thursday, July 27, 2017

Time: 2:00pm ET/11:00pm PT

Incentive: FREE CrowdCompass Water Bottle

In 2017, engagement at meetings, conferences, and events has become more critical than ever. Mobile event apps have been firmly established as the number one tool for attendee engagement. But how do you make the right mobile event app choice for you and your organization? This webinar will walk you through the most important questions to ask when vetting a mobile event app provider, giving you key insights you may not have considered. Whether you are using mobile for the first time, or just looking for a new provider, this webinar will provide you with valuable information and all the important questions you should be asking, including:

  • What features will help save you time and what questions to ask to make sure the mobile event app will be a valuable tool for both you and your attendees?
  • What new mobile features are being used to increase engagement and how you can ensure your mobile provider is giving you these features?
  • Plus, hear how planners are making sure they get the best, most reliable product at the right cost.

Beat the summer heat! Attend this webinar and we’ll send you a FREE CrowdCompass water bottle so you can stay cool all summer long.

John Hunter

Written by John Hunter

John is the Manager, Event Cloud Content Marketing at Cvent. He has extensive copywriting experience across a diverse set of industries, including broadcast television, retail advertising, associations, higher education and corporate public relations. John has written copy for broadcast and cable television, radio, direct mail, websites, email campaigns, blogs, retail advertisements, sales collateral, magazine articles, case studies, white papers and more.