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LittleMonkey Ltd launches Conference App

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LittleMonkey Ltd launches Conference App

Bundles of papers and handfuls of notes are synonymous with attending a conference or training event, this does not only have a big impact on the environment it also means attendees are restricted in their ability to network. LittleMonkey Ltd has developed an app to help keep paperwork and information pack production to a minimum, whilst ensuring attendees are able to access all the information they need while at the event.

Conference and training organisers can use the LittleMonkey Conference App to create an individual app for each conference or training event they host. Some of the features our app has on top of the basic items like agendas, event papers, surveys, bios of the speakers, are being able to network while at your event. The app has Twitter built into it that allows attendees to be able to tweet about the event while there, this also advertises the business by people tweeting about the event, venue even the catering which is a plus. Want to be able to deliver up to the minute news and alert notifications to all attendees letting them know if there are any last minute changes of rooms, times or content, well the app does this for you making it easy to keep in contact with attendees at anytime. Our silent microphone helps those of us that don't like public speaking to ask questions, by being able to ask the question within the app that will display on the screen. Pen and paper are a thing of the past with our conference app as attendees will be able to take notes within the app, so no walking out the door with papers that will later get lost.

“The Conference App was developed in response to attending many events where I left with packs of information, consisting of hundreds of pieces of paper. Each app will bring together all of the information attendees need in one place, with not a piece of paper in sight. It also allows you to take notes within the event and save them on the app so you will have an electronic version of your notes that will be able to be viewed anytime. We are ensuring that attendees do not lose important information, whilst also helping to save trees along the way” says Nick Koirala, Director at LittleMonkey.

“As people become more aware of their environmental impact and how little changes can help, environmentally focused individuals will be seeking out ways to reduce their ecological footprint. This app can help businesses and conference organisers to promote their events, and engage with attendees, while minimising their impact on the environment”.

The Conference App has been designed to be used for large conferences or smaller training sessions, and the features can be customised for individual events. “The Conference App is an innovative take on an old idea and one that will help conference organisers make their event stand out from the crowd” says Nick.

LittleMonkey Ltd is based in Churton Park, Wellington, New Zealand. LittleMonkey provides website, apps and games to customers worldwide. For more information and details about products and services please visit the website http://littlemonkey.co.nz/ or freephone 0800 356 783.


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