It’s that time of year again, when marketers come from around the world to spend four days speaking in buzzwords, swapping business cards, and risking everything Special leads in the pursuit of free stuff. Dreamforce is right around the corner – next week, in fact! Are you ready? But let’s face it: San Francisco is expensive! Anyone who has lived here or visited knows what I am talking about. But did you know that there are ways to survive Dreamforce on a budget? Dreamforce offers you a ton of free stuff, including Special leads a free expo Basic event information. First things first: your app should provide all of your event’s practical details.
The location, with easy click-through for driving instructions, the Special leads schedule of the event, information on parking, public transport, hotels, etc. Floorplan. For larger events, a floorplan is useful, so people can easily find exhibitor booths, rooms, and other useful places – think restrooms, bars, and elevators. Tracks, sessions, and speakers. Include detailed information on speaking sessions, speakers Special leads and their bios, and, if applicable, session tracks. Personal agenda. Mobile Special leads apps are more powerful when they are personal.
A personal agenda allows the attendee to select sessions from the list Special leads and make a personal program. The app can also alert the user shortly before a next session starts. Personal “conference bag.” A personal “conference bag” is a feature that attendees can use to bookmark whatever they find interesting during your event: speakers, other attendees that they meet, papers, slides from speakers, etc. Bookmarkin Special leads should be done easily by selecting items in the app, or by scanning a QR code. Networking for attendees. People attend events for two reasons: to learn, and to meet other people (it’s a bit like high school, remember?).