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. 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.
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.
One of the most asked questions to our Customer Success Managers is: “How can I ensure that my event app will be a success?” Making an event app successful doesn’t only mean offering the right functionalities and features, it is also closely connected to your app promotion. Just providing a great app doesn’t necessarily mean that all your attendees will use it. But what happens if the app promotion becomes another point on your already packed to-do list? Conference Compass wants to make this easy for you with our all-new App Promotion Kit.
As of May 26th 2019, Conference Compass has moved to a beautiful new office in the BINK36, a creative hotspot in The Hague. The relocation to a bigger office became a necessity after our team outgrew the former workspace in the heart of Delft.
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. We are excited about this new chapter of our company history and are looking forward to welcoming clients, partners and visitors in our new office.
The efficient allocation of event budget is a constant challenge for event organisers: Even though event budgets are expected to remain steady or even rise in the coming 12 months, more than 60% of event professionals name budgeting as their biggest challenge in 2018.¹ While the implementation of an event app is a must-have these days, the choice for the right app can make the all the difference! Why see your event app as an ad-hoc expense when it could be a long term revenue generator? Our CEO Jelmer van Ast shares 3 ways in which event apps will generate event budget.
Knowledge events tend to have an extensive programme. Scouting for beneficial tracks, keeping an overview over session times or organising notes can be challenging and time-consuming. Attendees want your programme schedule to be tailored to their needs. Luckily, event apps offer practical solutions. With a My Programme feature, delegates select their preferred sessions and speakers. The app presents a personalised programme that synchronises with all logged-in devices. Furthermore, delegates are able to take notes about the sessions or certain speakers. The programme, as well as the notes, can be shared with colleagues via email, message or social media.
With a constantly innovating world of knowledge events, associations are facing new challenges every day. How can organisations reach professionals and convince them to attend their events? Our CEO Jelmer van Ast zooms in on 3 current trends and provides some tips to address them successfully.