A free report for event planners about understanding, choosing and implementing mobile apps for events.DOWNLOAD IT FREE (NO EMAIL REQUIRED)
Research, strategy, tips and guidance on getting the most out of your event mobile app.
Insights and feedback about our research findings and the future of mobile apps for events.
Checklists and templates to reflect the current needs of event professionals when selecting an event app.
Find out if you should invest in an event mobile app and how to sell the idea to your boss, board or client.
The Largest Independent Research about Event Mobile Apps.
Over 900 #eventprofs shared their valuable thoughts and experiences of event mobile apps.
Templates, checklists, project management timeline and top tips to ensure you choose the right event app.
We have included over 125 of the best event mobile apps across all price ranges, and displayed the findings in handy tables. Easily compare features within price bands ranging from free to over $5,000.
Do you really need an event app and why? How to approach researching and purchasing event mobile apps. How to persuade the rest of the team.
The most comprehensive assessment of the app market to date. What features are available for your budget? Compare 125 apps and ensure you are getting value for money.
Templates and checklists to easily create the perfect RFP for your mobile app.
Our handy glossary explains the different terminology and feature descriptions you will need when researching the perfect mobile app for your event.
We discuss how to increase adoption and engagement with your event app, before and during your event.
What are the stages in implementing your mobile app? Adapt our downloadable template to your own bespoke timescales.
Becki Cross is MD of UK based event management company Events Northern Ltd, established in 2004.
Organising conferences and corporate events is Becki’s passion and she enjoys incorporating event technologies and social media into the mix.
Becki is the Deputy Editor and Contributor to EventMB, her dream job alongside event planning!
Michelle Bruno is a writer, blogger, and technology journalist based in Salt Lake City, Utah. She develops content and content strategies for event-industry technology companies at Bruno Group Signature Services. She writes about event innovation at Fork in the Road blog and publishes Event Tech Brief, a weekly newsletter and website on event technology.
She is a former meeting planner and has received both the Certified Meeting Professional (CMP) and Certified Exhibition Manager (CEM) designations. She holds a Master of Professional Communication (MPC) degree.
Adrian Segar has designed, convened, and facilitated events for over thirty years. After obtaining a Ph.D. for research in experimental elementary particle physics at CERN, co-owning and managing a solar manufacturing company, teaching computer science, and information technology consulting, he realized that he especially loved to facilitate connection between people at events, and has been doing so ever since.
Adrian is an energetic champion for participation-rich and participant-led meetings that uncover and satisfy attendee needs for relevant education, connection, engagement, and community. He has written two popular books on meeting design: Conferences That Work: Creating Events That People Love and The Power of Participation: Creating Conferences That Deliver Learning, Connection, Engagement, and Action.
Adrian writes regularly on event design and related issues on his blog, is the community manager of the Google Plus #eventprofs community, and tweets frequently on all manner of topics (@ASegar)."