The Novel Coronavirus Disease is spreading rapidly across the world, and the event industry is being hit strongly. In this article, we are reaching out to our customers, prospects and industry partners to share how we are prepared to go through this crisis and what you can expect from us.
It’s 2020 and we are looking forward to catching up with old friends and building new, powerful connections. At Conference Compass we have a great passion for knowledge-sharing and understanding the needs of our clients. And as we will be represented at multiple events this year, this is your chance to get to know our awesome team in person! Our experts will be happy to show you how our apps can help your organization to reach its goals.
We look at events as truly empowering gatherings allowing like-minded people to mix and mingle, form new relationships, strengthen existing ones and learn about the latest developments.
A new year has tiptoed in! We want to take a moment to wish you a great 2020 and share our vision on the future of event apps.
This year we will see a strong movement to deep personalization of user experience. And because of the desire for a truly engaging and sophisticated approach, event apps will become more functional, more personal and more effective. We believe that the winners will be those companies who strive to make the entire user experience better and commit to continuous innovation. Consequently, our 2020 vision is based on simplicity and putting the user at the center of everything we develop.
Conferences and events are all about networking, sharing knowledge, and enhancing ideas. So event apps should strive to enable attendees to discover what’s valuable and concentrate on what matters. Be enabling, rather than being a distraction. In this article, we will share five ways in which we will put the user first in our products.
In the last decade, event apps have evolved into a versatile tool for planners and attendees that is now indispensable. They make event visits more productive, raise the ROI for all stakeholders, and provide valuable data that give event planners essential insights. But while the event app market is at its peak, the world of event technology is changing. Innovative technologies and booming acquisitions open up new possibilities for event planners. But what role will such a crucial and attendee facing tool as event apps play in this changing world? We’ll take a closer look at promising new platforms, how they compare to traditional approaches and predict what the 2020s might hold.
The Conference Compass Team is excited to exhibit at Event Tech Live in London for the first time. The 2019 edition will be held from the 6th to 7th of November and is expected to attract more than 2.000 attendees and 150 exhibitors. Meet our app experts and learn more about the Society App: The best-in-class event app for conferences and associations. Here is what you don’t want to miss if you are an event professional looking for mobile apps at the #ETL19.
An afternoon of plastic fishing in the canals of Rotterdam left our team inspired. Last week, Conference Compass became the 30th organisation to sign the IAPCO Plastics Pledge. The International Association of Conference Organisers launched the campaign for its 50th anniversary in 2018. With the help of their mascot “Ticky the Turtle”, IAPCO wants to inspire 50 organisations to make measurable changes at their events by the IAPCO Annual Meeting in February 2020. Continue Reading ->
Are you purchasing a mobile app for a medical or scientific conference? Between numerous available event app options, it can be a challenge to identify which features should be prioritised. What is most important when it comes to events that are characterised by a vast amount of information, sessions, and attendees? Over the past years, Event Manager Blog analysed 98 healthcare events with mobile apps to isolate the most popular features. After all, knowing what the majority of event organisers have chosen in the past years can give you an indication of what features you might want to consider for your own event app. We have a closer look at the top 10 features to explain their benefits.
Messages are the perfect way to keep your attendees in the know about your organisation. You can use them to announce event updates or to share your latest news. But how can you post urgent information like time changes or deadlines without running a risk to clutter the app’s newsfeed? The solution: expiration dates. Our latest feature within the message scheduler allows you to keep the right focus by showing messages only while they are relevant. Here is how:
As we announced in June, Conference Compass has moved to a beautiful new office in the BINK36, a creative hotspot in The Hague. Previously occupied by the “Staatsbedrijf der Posterijen, Telegrafie en Telefonie” (Public Postal, Telegraphy and Telephony Services), the BINK36 now houses nearly two hundred creative and innovative organisations. The relocation to a bigger office became a necessity after our team outgrew the former workspace in the heart of Delft. Now, we are excited to share the first pictures of our new workspace.
Our team is looking forward to exhibiting at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE) for the second year. In 2019, the conference will take place from the 10th to 13th of August in Columbus, Ohio. Meet our app experts and learn more about the Society App: A unique app solution that allows associations to translate their whole annual calendar of conferences, meetings and events into one white-label multi-event app. Continue Reading ->