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erin colomboResults@Hand (R@H) develops custom mobile app solutions for events, associations, engagements, and more. As marketing manager, Erin leads R@H in its content marketing and social media endeavors. You can read more of her work on the Results@Hand blog where she discusses event tech tips, industry news, and company updates.

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Check out Erin’s articles:

2017 Event Tech Trends Infographic

With each New Year comes a wealth of new technological opportunities for events, associations, and more. Knowing about these trends allows these industries to...

5 Event App Tips to Boost Engagement After Your Events

We know how to increase event app adoption, but how can you use your event app to boost post-event engagement? Here are 5 event app...

Best Practices for Event Email Marketing

Email is NOT Dead In the world of event planning, email marketing is still a very effective channel. In fact, this article states email and e-newsletters were...

How Networking Technology Can Improve Attendee ROI

The Findings Conventions 2020 reported on the future of meetings, events, exhibitions, and conferences to discover which incentives for attending events are most effective. Their...

3 Examples of Mobile App Gamification

Want to shake up your next event or conference? Consider adding a game to the mix! Event app gamification provides participants everything they need...

12 Tips to Increase Event App Adoption

2,000 event professionals and over 100 event app providers were recently surveyed, it’s been the largest research project about the use of mobile event apps ever! Within...

What to Ask Attendees in Post-Event Evaluations

We all know the importance of post-event evaluations. They allow you to measure the success of your event and offer valuable insights to improve future...

Event Apps (As We Know Them) are Dead

Why Event Apps are Dead Traditional event apps acted as show guide replacements. They gave attendees access to the agenda, attachments, and more basic event...