If you organise conferences, workshops, or work for the events industry, you already know how useful the Event Apps are. Not only an Event App makes your life easier, but enhances the audience to have a better experience. At the same time provides valuable information to know if your event delivered what it meant to. Find here what are the must-have in your Event App:
To be user friendly means that any user can navigate through all the features and find easily all the information bits that will enhance a better audience experience on the D-day.
One of the main premises for an Event App is to be flexible and to be tailored to your event. For instance, including an sponsorship area will be useful if you co-organise the event with sponsors, or even monetize it.
Engage the audience
A good Event App increases audience engagement, increasing participation and interaction. Sending questions to the speakers, including interactive games or enhancing social media sharing are just a few of the ways to achieve that goal, maybe the ultimate goal for any event. Boost audience engagement.
One of the main benefits of using an Event App is the ability to compile all the user interaction with the app, in order to evaluate if your event was successful or not. It is important to obtain this information easily and in no time, so you can spend more time analysing what worked and what can be improved for further meetings.
If you are unclear about what type of Event App is best for your company, it is a good idea to get in contact with a digital agency to help you decide whether using a Native App or a WebApp. Which features to include in your Event App and which ones won´t be relevant for you. Or if a gamification solution will boost your audience engagement. It is very important to know if the agency developing the app can provide on-site support during the event, to fix any unexpected last minute issues and make sure the event flows seamless. Last but not least, a post event engagement report will help you to understand how your event performs, and how to improve for your future meetings.