In the last two years, the SHOT Show increased their event app sponsorship revenue by 169%, and then achieved another impressive doubling after that! So what’s their secret? They changed their entire sponsorship approach, bundling booth sales with event app and digital packages that are a winning combination for organizers, exhibitors and sponsors.
Core-apps, the leading technology supplier to the trade show and event industry, today announced a series of webinars positioned for event organizers that will be held throughout the fall. The series includes special guests and topics focused on event technology education and trends. The webinars are designed for event organizers to learn about trends that can impact and enhance their upcoming events in order to help them make decisions on which technologies sync with their overall event profiles and goals. The following webinars are offered as singular events or as part of the entire series and registration is now live at https://goo.gl/sz5KeS.
The blinky bracelet phenomenon is cool, don’t get me wrong. But it’s cool at a Cold Play concert with 50,000 other blinky bracelets, tied to a system that can control the colors of the bracelets in time with the music, throughout a giant arena. Not at a conference where the attendees are seated and in business attire, and it’s well before cocktail hour!
We're excited to once again be a part of this year's IMEX America event in Las Vegas! IMEX is America's worldwide exhibition for incentive travel, meetings and events. Connect with us at booth G663 to learn more about how our event technology can enhance your attendee's experience!
Publishing your app in a container app will hurt your brand, compromise security, and it will make it hard for your users to find the event in the app store, thus hurting your downloads and usage.
From ARS to chatbots, beacons, and heat maps, the event industry has a distinctive language of its own – especially when it comes to digital and event technology. Bookmark this page as your go-to guide for the most common event technology terms.
Organizers are constantly looking for any edge to grow their shows. But those who plan and consider the Second Year Quotient can experience a big difference – both to the bottom line and attendee satisfaction. “2YQ” can be strategic planning factor that is based on the likelihood first-time attendees will return to the same event in the future.