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This year, 3 festivals in DC and Virginia, called upon 3 startup companies to increase their attendees and help promote their sponsors. These festivals got much more than expected. 200,000+ attendees, 2.1million photos, moments and brands shared and 400 local businesses promoted.
The festivals were the Washington DC H Street Northeast festival, Clarendon Day festival in Arlington Virginia and the Adams Morgan Day in Northwest Washington DC.
For the festivals, they made a great decision utilizing local companies instead of outside nationwide marketing and promotion companies to breed a successful turnout. The 3 companies hired were Kojami, Socialin and Songwriters and Poets.
Kojami, a company that has turned over 1 million events to mobile apps, tranformed all the events to a simple mobile app (it takes only seconds), that allowed users to easily navigate to event, find parking, get urgent alerts, share the event, photos and conversations and see post event recap. Users also were able to connect with sponsors they were interested in the product or service offered within the app.
Socialin, with almost 3 million followers in their social networks, is the nation’s fastest growing social marketing platform based in Washington DC and continuously managed and broadcasted social messaging relating to the event in real-time.
Songwriters and Poets, with over 500 curated and vetted talented artists, provided quality music performances and productions that maintained a great attendee experience that was affordable for the organizations that managed the festivals.
You drive by several venues with lines outside and beautiful interior lighting you can view from the street, but you and your friends cannot decide whether or not it is an event everyone would like to attend; an event that suits everyone’s needs.
You also would hate to risk picking a random event and pay cover, only to realize that it was more
Imagine you’re a young professional traveling out of town to attend a conference for a huge organizational body of which you are a member. You and a few other members are about to walk out of the hotel and no one happens to have the bulky printed conference brochures provided to every member. How will you get instant access to information about to your particular conference?
Imagine if you could pull out your mobile device, enter the keyword for the conference, tap or click on the profile result for the conference event and then interact with it as you please. You can instantly use the GPS button to get directions from your geographical location to the venue, sign into the conference before you arrive, grab individual QR Codes representing each member and view the real-time pictures and video of the conference as it occurs. You could also view nearby attractions and know where and how to find the best parking when you arrive.
Wouldn’t this change the way conference events are attended? Imagine how exciting it would be to attend all day conferences. Imagine fewer fliers, brochures and paperwork to pass out to attendees. Saving time and money, all this information would be accessible via their mobile device throughout the duration of the conference sort through them anytime and from anywhere when they leave. They could even “Shove” the contact information of such material to social media contacts and/or contacts on their mobile devices.
How do you currently search and find preferred conferences or trade shows in your area?
Imagine if as a user you were able to pull out your mobile device anytime and instantly discover events around you that catered to your interests. Imagine if you could view and interact with the event, experience these events in real-time, and instantly pass on the events profiles to contacts on your mobile device.
Now imagine if as an individual, organization or company having an event, you could have people discover, interact and frequent your events instantly no matter their more