Top 30 Apps for Event Engagement

Top 30 Apps for Event Engagement

By Camille Moore, December 7, 2017

Register for “Top 30 Apps for Event Engagement”

In a time when most professionals are completely plugged into their mobile devices, event professionals are challenged to capture and hold attendees’ attention at events. In this webinar, Technology Strategist Crystal Washington will provide you with 30 apps that will keep your attendees engaged and provide ROI for vendors.

Learning Objectives:

  • Uncover fun apps to reinforce learning.
  • Leverage tools for superior communication during events.
  • Generate future marketing from attendees.
  • Get even shy attendees into the marketing spirit!

Speaker Bio:

Crystal Washington

Crystal Washington works with organizations that want to leverage technology to increase profits and productivity. She is known as the “technology translator.” Infusing humor, she shares only the practical applications of social media, apps and the web. Crystal’s clients comprise Fortune 500 companies, including Google, Microsoft and General Electric. As a sought-after keynote speaker, she has educated and entertained audiences across North America, Africa and Europe. She regularly appears on major television networks and in business publications for her expertise. Crystal is the author of the books “One Tech Action” and “The Social Media Why”. Outside of technology, Crystal considers herself to be a travel fanatic and afro-puff aficionado.

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