Mobile and such gadget apps for events are a must in today’s scenario. Earlier, organizing an event and managing it used to be an extremely cumbersome task with the organizer often getting hassled as to which work to manage first. It was just that the job involved managing too many things together and that made the situation extremely complicated.
Livecube, one of the most widely used engagement apps, has announced a number of upgrades designed for event organizers and general audiences alike. The upgrades encompass event engagement, attendee participation, gamification, security and sponsorship capabilities. In addition to the upgrades, Livecube has also revamped its website and rebranded its logo to ensure that aesthetics and functionalities are aligned perfectly.
We recently came across another great B2B venture at enterprise level called Livecube which significantly impacts social engagement levels at live events and trade shows alike. Encouraging true engagement between participants is not an easy thing to do as Lifecube’s CEO Justin Schier found out. Distractions are on the rise with new apps promising to entertain you 24/7 which leaves a large portion of the audience disengaged and simply put ‘disinterested’.
At today’s tradeshows and live events, I dare you to separate attendees from their smart devices, and specifically their social media accounts. - See more at: http://www.websitemagazine.com/content/blogs/posts/archive/2015/11/02/10-social-media-best-practices-for-trade-shows.aspx#sthash.J0kWUGX2.dpuf
One of the challenges of organizing a trade show, conference or live event is social engagement and participation. Since you cannot expect your attendees to disconnect from the digital world, how about instead having them embracing the experience with a gamified social engagement app? Livecube makes it possible. It actually transforms how people connect, as well as how they share ideas at live events all the while keeping it fun with gamification and prizes.
The conference you just attended was a whirlwind of networking with like minded people, attending seminars and social media posting. Trying to keep up at the conference and sorting it our afterward can be a time consuming and sometimes impossible task.
Enhance your social engagement at trade shows with your iPad and mobile devices.
iPadWiki had an informative chat with Justin Schier, CEO of Livecube, an innovative social engagement app for live events and trade shows, about the role mobile technology plays at live events.
Nora Gouma Magazine interviews Justin Schier, CEO of Livecube.co.
Listen to Livecube CEO Justin Schier, WWW.LIVECUBE.CO, explains how to use their new app at events to generate buzz on social media
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