Meetings Africa 2017 introduces exhibition application for exhibitors, visitors

Posted: February 1, 2017 in general

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Organizers of the annual trade exhibition in South Africa, the Meetings Africa, have unveiled a new application for the 2017 edition of the event.

Everything you need to know about Meetings Africa 2017 will be available via a new application for exhibitors and visitors.

“Meetings Africa has always been a great forum for meeting new contacts and gaining industry insight,” said Danie Greyling, Managing Director, Middle East and Africa (MEA), Lumi Technologies.

“The Meetings Africa application has been designed specifically to make it even easier and quicker to do both these things. Everybody uses their phones constantly at these events, so having all the information needed always available at this one location is extremely convenient and saves carrying anything extra.”

“One major time saver will be the chance for visitors to plan in advance which exhibitors they wish to see and devise a route around the show. They can also search and scroll through an attendee list to locate details – and then message anyone they would like to meet. Users will also be able to see who’s sponsoring the event and link directly to a sponsor’s or exhibitor’s website by simply tapping on an ad,”

According to Greyling, the free application, sponsored by Lumi, can be downloaded from smartphones, tablets or laptops or via the web for ongoing, tailored information throughout the event, as well as features such as searchable attendee lists, instant polling, surveys and attendee-to-attendee messaging.

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