We are excited to announce that we are sponsoring EventCamp TwinCities (ECTC) 2011, one of the leading conferences for event planners. ECTC brings individuals (in person and virtual) from all over the world for two days of educational, inspiring and social discussions between August 25-26. We’re also giving away tickets to ECTC and the Toronto Pod so keep reading to find out how to win them!
ECTC will be using EventMobi as their platform of choice to provide attendees with the best mobile experience during the event. Attendee’s will be able to access all of the event’s information, create their own schedules, and enhance their networking opportunities by navigating their smartphone to http://eventmobi.com/ectc11 (ECTC Mobile App will be live this Monday!).
EventMobi has taken engagement to the next level at ECTC with the introduction of our new gaming platform. Our platform provides users with a dynamic and exciting way to have fun, learn and interact with the event through the use of points and badges. So pay attention to all your sessions and make sure to you have your phone ready to win!
If you happen to be in Toronto, we’d love for you to join us as we host the Toronto Pod (the off-site ECTC event) at the Centre for Social Innovation in downtown Toronto (215 Spadina Ave. – 4th Floor). You can come by and network with local event planners, watch the sessions live and have some great food and fun. Register here: http://eventcamptwincities2011.eventbrite.com/
And for everyone else that is unlucky this year, don’t worry you can join ECTC as a virtual attendee and learn about all that is new in the event industry. Register for free here: http://eventcamptwincities2011.eventbrite.com/
Free ECTC Ticket Giveaway
We are giving away 3 tickets to the Toronto Pod (value: $49) as well as 1 ticket to the main ECTC event in Minneapolis (value: $150) and all you have to do is one of the following:
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