Mobilize Your Attendees With a Personal Itinerary

Published by Gina Wentling | Topics: Associations, Content Strategy, Events, Mobile Apps, Social

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calendar_tablet_phoneWhen your attendees come to your event, they can become overwhelmed. It’s easy to get caught up in conversations with colleagues, building new and further establishing old relationships. Losing hours in the exhibit hall is another likely time suck.

Your attendees didn’t spend money and out-of-office time to come to your event just to network and talk to vendors, though. Their reasons for attending vary, but professional development and career education top most lists. Professionals are willing to take time away from their day-to-day routine to learn more about recent research in the industry, new strategies for dealing with long-standing challenges, and ways to implement emerging technology in their jobs.

So how can you help your attendees stay on task and make sure they get all of the important education they crave at your event? The Omnipress mobile event app makes building a personal itinerary a snap. Attendees can view session and speaker information and set up a schedule to follow during the conference. They can even set up reminders so their mobile devices will sound the alarm when it’s time for that can’t-miss session.

Besides the itinerary builder, our mobile event app gives you other useful features, including papers and session handouts, speaker profiles, a customizable look for consistent branding, GPS-enabled maps, Twitter feed, and modules devoted to sponsors and exhibitors. When you use Omnipress for abstract collection, it’s an easy, streamlined process to add in delivering that content and much more through a mobile event app.

Support your attendees’ intentions to get the most out of your event—implement a mobile event app with personal itinerary builder. To try Omnipress’ app on for size, try the demo! For more information on implementing a mobile event app for your next conference, read our whitepaper.


About Gina Wentling

During her time as Marketing Communications Coordinator (2013-16), Gina wrote hundreds of blog posts for Omnipress. Her work has also been published in association publications. Read More.

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