Introducing the 2015 Industry & Economic Outlook Conference event app, sponsored by Yates Industries
As in previous years, the NFPA will be using an “un-app”-like app to help IEOC attendees keep track of the schedule and other conference information while also providing a means to connect with other attendees. No app stores are involved. All you need to do is visit the download link using your device and bookmark or save the page to your homescreen. Once you’ve done this, you can access all features, even without an internet connection. It works on all smartphones, tablets and laptops. With the app, you can:
- View the schedule and get alerts
- Take notes
- Network and send private messages to other attendees
- Update your profile. Don’t forget to add a picture!
Get the app now
Questions about the IEOC? Contact Eric Armstrong at (414) 778-3372 or e-mail email@example.com.
Questions about the app? Contact Katrina Schwarz at (414) 778-3356 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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