The Event App Bible v3 Is Out!

The Event App Bible has become the go-to publication if you are selecting or learning more about event mobile apps.

Update: You can find the latest Event App Bible here.

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25,000 event professionals downloaded the first two editions. What that means for the team at EventMB is a continuous need to keep the content updated. The 2015 edition is once again a completely new document with unprecedented research and collation of the features of the best providers creating mobile technology for the industry.

Let’s look at why you should get your copy of The Event App Bible.

Research

I am impressed and really flattered by the amount of imitation and plagiarism around. Yet I believe the Event App Bible is redefining the concept of research and content distribution in the event industry.

More than 3,000 respondents participated in our very detailed questionnaire. We qualified over 2,000 of those. That makes the research in the Event App Bible v3 the largest ever carried out about event mobile apps.

We gathered some amazing insights into what makes event professionals decide to select an event app, what frustrates them and what determines event app programs’ success.

The whole research is available for your benefit with extensive commentary and takeaways.

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Comparison Tables

We’ve updated our comparison tables with even more companies. We’ve also looked out for new features and presented all tables according to different price points.

We’ve delivered tangible examples with hypothetical events of different sizes, aimed at making clear how much you can expect to spend if you plan a small conference or a large exhibition.

We are also reintroducing features such as Native vs Web analysis to let you know who offers what in the market.

Templates, Printable Checklists, Incredible Advice

I am so thrilled to have Corbin Ball writing the preface of this year’s edition. The Event App Bible also includes commentary from our own Cathy Key and Becki Cross as well as superstars such as Michelle Bruno and Liz King.

As much as that sounds VIP, the 2015 edition is packed with practical and implementable advice. There is no wishy-washy or superficial advice. We are focused on helping you create a sound strategy to select, implement and grow your event app program.

You will find printable templates, checklists and infographics. We know you are busy and our task is to deliver actionable information in the most readable manner.

Download the Event App Bible

As always, you can grab a copy of the latest Event App Bible for free.

One of the coolest introductions to this year’s edition is the ability to ask one of our sponsors for a demo of their software. You can submit your email from within the document if you want to hear more from them.

The document can be seen in your browser or downloaded for later use.

We are so excited about version three and can’t wait to share it with you. So grab your copy now!

About The Author
Julius Solaris
Julius Solaris is the editor of EventManagerBlog.com, he is an international speaker, author and consultant.
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  • Tom Garner

    Thanks for this latest edition. I look forward to reading it in detail.

    I’m researching for an upcoming expo we are organizing. I hope if you publish a next edition you would take some time to offer distinctions between Conferences and Expos or Trade Shows.

    I will tell you from viewing countless demos so far I find while there are many similarities, there are significant differences in the needs of organizer, exhibitor, and attendee. While not diametrically apposed, the focus is extremely different between a conference and expo.

    Again thanks for the hard work. I’m sure it will be very useful.

    • Hey Tom,

      absolutely feedback noted. We try to cater for as many event types as possible and sometimes it is not easy to make everyone happy.

      Where you could focus is on the feature tables, some of them (lead gen for example) are specific for the tradeshow/exhibition sector or at least we thought them to be that way.

      Thanks again for the feedback.

      • Tom Garner

        Julius,

        I do applaud the work you done. The earlier edition, and I’m sure this new version will be the same, have been invaluable to me. In fact I’ve discovered many of the app vendor I’ve spoken to through your v2 and I’ve added a couple more just today from the new v3.

        As a newbie to all this I am just amazed as to how closely these two segments of the industry are yet so vastly different in so many ways.

        Thanks again for all the hard work from you and your colleagues.

        Tom

        • Tom, thanks for your continued support and awesome feedback 🙂

  • JeffEpstein

    Great work, Julius, Carmen and team! I especially like the RFP content – potential buyers should find it very helpful in knowing what and how to ask for as they evaluate their needs and the capabilities of their selected potential vendors. Well done!

  • Billy

    I’m not sure if this guide only applies to a specific type of event, but I look forward to reading this. I especially am interested in seeing the templates that are provided. Thanks Julius!

    • Let us know what you think

      • Billy

        Most definitely will!

        @billybonestx

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