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Event apps are a fantastic piece of tech with a remarkable purpose – but some might say they can make for a challenging user experience. Whether you’re curious to know more about this technology or are interested to find out what lies in store for event apps, you won’t want to miss this exciting exchange!

In this week’s episode, we are joined by Scott Lockey and Kerry Plowman of Quickmobile, and a Professional Master of Ceremonies, Glenn Thayer. They’ll be sharing their insights and expertise on the benefits of event apps, the tricky aspects of using them, and the trends they coming that will make event apps better for everyone. Stay tuned to for an interesting discussion and find out how you can utilize event apps to their fullest potential!

We want to help keep you up-to-date on the latest and greatest! Below, in our Epic Resources section, we link the awesome insider favorites that were shared by our guest panelists and mentioned in this episode! You WANT to check these out!

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Information junkie, energetic, and work-a-holic are just some of the words we can use to describe Will Curran. Aside from spending 20 out of 24 hours a day working as the Chief Event Einstein of Endless Events, you can catch Will ordering a chai latte or watching The Flash with his cats. He is also well known for his love of all things pretzels.

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