By Brandon Rafalson
Apple just rerouted the future of branded event apps. The company that once announced “You have a niche need? There’s an app for that” has—now revised their Apple App Store guidelines. Apple has effectively pivoted to “You have a niche need? Depending on certain guidelines and regulations there may be an app for that.”
For event technology providers and those that use the technology offered by event technology providers (maybe you), this is a very big deal. Whether Apple decides to sticks to their guns or decides to make an exception for the event tech-dom, they have fired a shot that has been heard around the event tech world. And you should probably know about it.
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The National Conference Center Recommends Ten Top Apps That Every Meeting and Event Planner Should Have
The National Conference Center, one of the largest meeting and training facilities in the nation located within close proximity to Washington Dulles International Airport and just outside of Washington, D.C., combed the top meeting and event planning apps and talked with some industry professionals to create the following list of top apps that will help meeting and event planners stay on schedule and keep everything organized.