Four Reasons to Use An Event App And Check In App To Plan Your Event
If there’s one word that encapsulate the negative parts of the event planning experience, it would be STRESS. A check in app alone would reduce day-of stress!
Did you know that for instance 42% of planners will work more than 15 hours a day sometimes for the events they are planning and more than half of planners get less than 5 to 6 hours of sleep daily?
That’s really not a sustainable lifestyle for most people.
But there’s good news: technology.
Event apps like a check in app have made the event planning process much less stressful.
So here we bring you 4 amazing reasons to get on board the event tech train.
The first one, enhance planning experiences.
This is the obvious one. If you have been planning events since before the days of the internet, you know how hard it was to do seating, diagramming, and check in by hand.
But here’s the thing: a lot of people still do these by hand.
By being able to handle the diagramming, seating, and check in digitally, you not only make life easier for you just in terms of creating charts and diagrams. You also make the experience much easier for your clients, venues, vendors, and everyone.
Because with event apps like EventForte’s, you can share your layout diagram and seating charts with whomever you want. This keeps everyone on the same page.
The second reason is to connect with attendees.
You always need to keep the attendee experience in mind when planning events. If the attendees are happy, everyone else will be happy.
The third is to maximise time and cost savings.
In essence, time = money and the more time you can save in the planning process, the more time you will have to not just get more sleep but to plan more events.
And lastly, you will feel empowered and confident in your planning.
With event technology, you do not have to rely on intuition or guesswork. It will all be laid out for you digitally!
What reasons do you have for using event apps? Let us know in the comments below.
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