New Business Contracts: Core-Apps, CompuSystems, E.J. Krause All Score New Contracts
With business winding down into the holiday season, companies who provide services to the trade show industry continue to score new contracts before the end of the year.
Event technology company, Core-Apps, has been selected to provide mobile apps for Professional Convention Management Association’s signature events in 2017, including the Convening Leaders and Education Conferences.
Core-apps also will support a mobile app help desk and a tech kiosk at both events.
“Our renewed partnership with PCMA is a testament to the great experience the organization has with our team and our platform,” said Jay Tokosch, Core-apps CEO.
He added, “We have always welcomed the opportunity to help our industry colleagues enhance their own events through our technology. This renewed contract gives us the ability to further expand our partnership and to continue to collaborate with PCMA on innovation and experimentation for their audiences and events.”
Some of the new features available for the 2017 PCMA event apps include Gamification and the enhanced use of iBeacons.
PCMA’s Convening Leaders event will feature the new app functionality and will be available for attendees to use prior to the January 2017 conference.
“PCMA is excited to renew our partnership with Core-apps as the provider for our event apps in 2017. This year's enhancements will further advance the experience for our attendees, and the always evolving Core-apps platform plays a key part in our overall digital strategy” said Peter Wigren, PCMA’s Senior Vice President, Digital Strategy and Integrated Media.
Informa Exhibitions awarded CompuSystems with exclusive rights to provide registration and lead retrieval services for their 2017 WWETT Show- Water & Wastewater Equipment, Treatment & Transport.
Gathering more than 12,000 people each year, the WWETT Show is the world's largest annual trade show for environmental service professionals.
The event offers an educational program, an array of networking opportunities and an extensive expo floor, where buyers and sellers come together to see and experience the latest product innovations and technology.
WWETT becomes the 13th Informa show that CompuSystems will service in 2017, making it one of CompuSystems biggest clients.
CompuSystems has been servicing the trade show industry for 40 years.
E.J. Krause & Associates has been selected as the event management company of Asia Nonwovens Exhibition and Conference (ANEX) 2018.
ANEX, Asia’s premier event for the nonwovens and engineered fabrics industry is organized in conjunction with the All Nippon Nonwovens Association (ANNA) and Asian Nonwoven Fabrics Association (ANFA). Held once every three years, the international exhibition and conference is the largest nonwovens event in Asia.
The nonwoven industry is one of the fastest-growing industries in the world. Innovations in nonwoven fabrics are growing rapidly, which in turn is increasing demand and generating new product enhancements and functionality in virtually every industry sector.
ANEX 2018 will provide a platform to facilitate business and promote the latest cutting edge technology in engineered materials. The event will bring together suppliers, manufacturers, machinery and equipment providers, vendors, and all others involved in the industry.
“E.J. Krause & Associates is excited to be a part of this benchmark event. Nonwoven innovations are creating a pathway for tomorrow’s solutions. ANEX is the ideal venue for businesses to promote in the global development of the engineered materials industry,” said Ned Krause, CEO of E.J. Krause & Associates.
ANEX 2018 will be held at Tokyo Big Sight in Japan June 6-8, 2018.