Today we feature 4 must-have mobile apps for event professionals.
Feel free to try them out and be sure to let us know what you think below in our comments box.
Zwoor is a favourite one-stop-shop mobile application for event professionals. It changes how events are managed, how products are presented, and how event professionals connect with one another before, during and after events. Developed by Twoor LLC. and features a function that conveniently displays all event information in one spot; including custom calendars, social media profiles, venue logistics, push notifications for announcements and more!
Bizzabo is an award-winning mobile app made with event professionals in mind. It was created in 2012 and is now used by 5000+ event organizations, along with many other reputable websites like: VentureBeat; Accenture; Argos and more. Better yet, a part from its one-stop-shop event functionality, Bizzabo also has its own website builder embedded in its software; this means users will have ability to create simple event websites within 2 minutes.
According to the New York Times, ScannerPro is “perhaps the best app for quickly scanning and saving a digital version of a paper document.” Easy-to-use and affordable, event professionals now can turn printed copies, dashboards, and receipts into professional looking PDFs with their smartphone camera. All PDFs can be emailed, faxed, or printed immediately after.
If you thought social media was too tough to manage, think again. Hootsuite instantly merges networks like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google+, LinkedIn and more into one simple social media dashboard. Hootsuite also works with both mobile and desktop and it allows users to update social media statuses from one spot. Hootsuite also helps users track influencers and conversations, mentions and more all which instantly gives its users an unfair advantage.
Events can get incredibly chaotic at times. MCR Rental Solutions look to mobile apps to help us enjoy the trade trade shows we attend; we strongly recommend the must-have mobile apps for event professionals listed above. If you think we missed out on your favourite event app, let us know in our comments section below, we’d love to share them with our readers. Stay tuned for part 2.
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