NewSecrets Revealed_May 19th

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With the return to live events, it’s time we share our most guarded secrets about one of the most popular event technologies, the event app.

On May 19th, 2022 at 11am EST, our VP of Product Marketing & Events, Thorben Grosser, will be live to reveal what you don’t know about event apps, how they can make hybrid event production easier, and what you need to know to find the best event app for your events.

Prepare to be Amazed at:

MagicBook
How attendee expectations have changed
MagicHat
What hybrid really means and where your event app comes in
MagicWand
How event apps can enhance storytelling at your events
MagicCard
Getting your event app to work harmoniously with your tech stack

Every magician needs an assistant. Imagine if one magically appeared to help you design, build and manage your event tech? For the first time, anyone that attends this online event will win $2000 worth of event services credit!*

*Event Service Credit can be used towards professional services including: on-site assistance, graphic design, registration design and build, event space design and management, live stream & video production, breakout room assistance. Offer valid for new customers only, and cannot be used for travel and lodging for on-site assistance. You will require a purchase of EventMobi software to use this event service credit within the limitations defined within the service packages. Credit must be applied to a purchase before July 1, 2022. 

Featuring 'The Great Thorbini'

Thorben Grosser wear a magic hat

Thorben Grosser

VP, Product Marketing & Events

EventMobi

Thorben is a seasoned event planner and marketer with more than a decade of experience. He joined EventMobi in 2012 and served as the GM of the European office until 2021. He now oversees the relationship between customers and product, market positioning as well as EventMobi’s portfolio of marketing events. Thorben is passionate about education and when he is not busy helping planners fix their event technology problems, lectures at Victoria University of Applied Sciences in Berlin.