[INFOGRAPHIC]: Why an Event App is an Absolute Necessity for Your Event

Jay Sitapara
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November 2, 2017

Event planning has a come a long way. The current scenario of the events industry is drastically different than what it used to be. A key factor in this transformation is the technological revolution. Technology, in various facets, has played a major role in transforming events and event industry at large.

Event technology is no longer limited to simple PowerPoint presentations. AR, VR, wearable tech, event automation tools, you name it, there is no dearth of event tech tools to recreate and optimize the entire event experience.

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With events moving into a new era, how can planners expect old-school methods to work? If you wish to plan exceptional events, it is essential that you accept new trends and combine it with the old. Which trend am I talking about? The Event App.  In this smart-phone world and Internet of Things era, mobile apps for events are a great way to step up your event planning game. Wondering why bet that extra money on an event app?  Let the numbers speak for it and discover for yourself why your next event absolutely needs an event app:

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Still not convinced? Here are 10 more reasons why a mobile event app is a necessity for your event:

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Wish to deliver an extraordinary attendee experience at your next event? Transform your event experience with Hubilo’s versatile event app.

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Author
Jay Sitapara

Jay Sitapara is an engineer having an inclination towards innovation in technology. Jay is a guest contributor to the official blog for Hubilo, an event-tech startup which aims to change the way how events are organised and people network at events. Jay is particularly passionate about crafting stimulating, resourceful and in-depth guides for Event Planners. He is specifically interested in effective use of event technology and social media for greater ROI through innovative thinking and skills. Jay is also a Digital Marketer, Editor, Community Manager and a regular contributor to Hubilo Blog. His philic nature is prone to dogs, poetry, coffee, friends and coffee with friends. If you're on Twitter, say Hello to him @jsitapara and follow his articles on blog.hubilo.com

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