Inviting top notch innovators in your industry is a great way to attract interest to your next conference. Presenters with an established name or authors that have written books on certain subject matter often can garner interest from potential attendees. Effectively marketing your esteemed faculty can lead to an increase in registrations, and provide a new platform of engagement in your event. Having a power-packed line up is a great step in the direction of a successful conference. Using an iPhone event app to manage the details of everyone’s participation can save you valuable time, money, and resources.
Incorporating Speakers into the mobile event app is simple and provides the audience a glimpse into their backgrounds and subject expertise. Speakers are presented with full color pictures, biography information, and can include phone, email and social media data right in their profiles. Users can navigate the mobile event app and determine which sessions their favorite speaker is presenting and add it to their agenda which integrates right into their native device calendars. Adding these sessions to your calendar ensures your audience can manage their own schedules and not miss an important panel or presentation.
Presenting your speakers on a mobile event app isn’t just innovative, it can actually help you reduce workloads across your staff. With Conbop, you can delegate profile management directly to the Speaker. They can upload their own favorite professional photo, populate as much contact information as they’d like, and share their social media channels as well. With real –time updates, Speakers can edit and change their content on the fly and make sure the most current information is available.
An iPhone event app isn’t just handy for your attendees, it can actually help you organize and update your detailed information – down to biographies and profiles. A benefit realized by speakers is that they are in control of the data that is associated with their names, and they control how much or little info is released.