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The Future of Trade Show Tech: AR is Coming

If your exhibitors are only thinking about better swag or a bigger fishbowl to collect business cards, you might want to help bring them up to speed. If you’re in the know, you already heard a bit of buzz on augmented reality or AR as a new tool in trade show exhibits. Click the image above to get the scope on AR for trade shows and events, and how you can roll this out at your show.

Tips for Creating the Best Brand Experience for your Event App

One element of event app creation that should be consistent regardless of the platform, is the user experience and the creative execution. Here are some tips event organizers should consider as they work with their app team on the best possible UX (user-experience) and UI (user-interface) and why that matters for the entire branded experience. Click above to get the list and our insight.

Event Apps and Brand Activations

One big movement in the event space right now is part technology, part creative execution and part budget...of course! We’re talking about experiential brand activations, and it’s the future of all events. Here are the top ways to use your event app for experiential brand activations at conferences and trade shows. Click the image to read more.

Core-apps’ Event Apps Win Top Awards from 2018 Excel Awards

“We strive to deliver a best-in-class experience for every event app we build. But our partnership with these two clients stand out as exceptional collaborations and both client teams had a vision for creating a unique attendee experience. These awards are a testament to our client’s vision, and our team’s dedication to making visions a reality,” said Jay Tokosch, Core-apps CEO. Read more by clicking the image above.

Beacons: Finally, The Real Deal

As the saying goes, if a message is passed at a trade show and there is no sponsor to pay for it, was there really a message to be heard at all? Thankfully event beacons can help ensure this never happens. In some cases no larger than a quarter and in most cases no larger than Zack Morris’ cell phone, beacons are a simple and discreet tool designed to enhance attendee engagement at any show.
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