Mobile meeting apps in the news

The New York Times has caught onto the latest must-have meeting tool: the mobile app. This must mean that they've hit the mainstream now.

If you haven't yet developed a mobile app for your meeting, or just want to learn more about creating a mobile app strategy, I'd like to invite you to check out a free webinar we're hosting on May 26 at 2 p.m. Eastern on just that topic.

You'll get to learn what the mobile app trends are from Jessica Levin, CMP, MBA, President and Chief Connector, Seven Degrees Communications. Midori Connolly, who in addition to being Senior Technology Advisor, Seven Degrees Communications, is CEO and Chief AVGirl at Pulse Staging and Events, will fill us in on the technological details, such as the difference between a native app and a mobile site, and what features you need (versus those you want). Elizabeth Summy, MSc, CAE, Vice President, Division of Personal Membership Groups, American Hospital Association, will then tell us how her organization's 10 personal membership groups, comprising more than 34,000 healthcare professionals, are using mobile apps to enhance their 2011 meetings.

I hope you can join us! You can register here. (did I mention that it's free?)

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