Discover new ways to engage your members at your next virtual meeting or anytime they’re ready to network from their couch or office! Remote games don’t have to be time-consuming to create or even all that challenging to be FUN! Add a game to your next virtual meeting or just…
With so many types of mobile games out there, how do you decide which to select? A good place to start is by determining the goal of your event.
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See how networking was made easy with an in-app photo contest game for event goers at the 2016 GSAE Annual Meeting.
Results@Hand app admins can build their own in-app scavenger hunt or quiz bowl for their events! Read to learn more about these in-app games.
After your event is all said and done, what’s next for your event app? Do you think attendees will continuously reminisce about the experience? Probably not and if so, not for very long. So what can you do to make your event app investment worthwhile?
Conference apps give suppliers/exhibitors around the clock exposure to their target audience during the entire conference. As an event organizer or host, if you are looking for new sponsorship revenue options, or a way to enhance your current event sponsor packages, or even a new unique exposure option for exhibitors — a conference mobile app, like ConferenceBeat, makes different sponsorship opportunities a reality for your organization.
Smartphones and applications are used by all. According to Business Insider article by Rebecca Borison, women are now, more than ever, participating with mobile gaming applications. With gaming applications like the “Kim Karashian: Hollywood” we can see that women have become a new target market for gaming application and find themselves delving into the gaming sector. So the question would be is how can game apps help events and their event management mobile app?