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 ->
Capturing insights and real-time data is now easier, quicker and more effective then ever before: The latest update of our analytics platform* allows you to evaluate your impact and measure your event’s success, giving you the ability to make data-driven decisions backed by real numbers. Here is a quick round-up of our analytics’ possibilities and what we’ve improved:
Google just announced a recent update to their Developer Policy, including changes in their child endangerment, violence, financial, and spam policies. According to Google, the changes are meant to ‘make Google Play a positive experience for both developers and consumers.’, which we as app developers couldn’t agree more with. Especially the spam policy update caught our attention, as it names new guidelines for apps that contain repetitive content. Here’s the new policy.
There is a lot that meeting planners and associations need to worry about when it comes to the upcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), but their event app shouldn’t be one of them! We guarantee all our clients our best effort to be GDPR compliant. To find out what exactly this includes, our CEO Jelmer van Ast answers the most asked questions about the compliance of our apps and services.
Moving towards a 10-year relationship: The European Society of Cardiology (ESC) has chosen to continue their partnership with Conference Compass for another 3 years. With more than 30,000 attendees, the annual ESC Congress is the world’s premier cardiovascular conference. The society was one of the first to team up with the Delft-based App Pioneer. Together, they pursue the vision of high-quality mobile apps that truly enhance the event experience and give conference knowledge a year-round purpose.