The Annual Conference is just around the corner, and like last year, we will have an event app for the conference. The AC15 app uses the EventMobi platform again and was sponsored by Yates Industries.
The app isn’t all that app-like. No app stores are involved. Just your web browser of choice on your smartphone or table. Once you have downloaded the app, you can easily access the conference agenda, see who else is coming, update your profile and contact information, and connect with other attendees, even without an internet connection. Those of you who have already registered for the conference may have noticed the invitation we sent to you via EventMobi to update your profile. You can follow the provided link to add a photo and connect to your social media profiles. You can also access your profile by logging into the app with the e-mail you used to register for the conference.
If you have any questions about the Annual Conference, feel free to contact Leslie Miller. Any questions you may have about the conference app can be directed to Katrina Schwarz.
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