EventsCase named as latest sponsor at Event Tech Live

EventsCase, a top event management software company, has been named as the latest company to be sponsoring at Event Tech Live (ETL). The leading event tech firm is sponsoring the Wi-Fi splash screen – the screen that will greet visitors when they log onto ETL’s free Wi-Fi.

Everyone loves to save their data and take advantage of free Wi-Fi. This sponsorship will, therefore, bring the EventsCase brand to the attention of the majority of ETL’s 2,500+ visitors and 100+ exhibitors.

EventsCase supplies world-class tools to organisers to aid and improve the management of live events. These tools include event apps, online registration, on site check-ins, websites, email marketing, 1-2-1 meetings and event engagement gamification. It lends its invaluable services and experience to companies throughout Europe, America and Asia.

Joe Bort, EventsCase’s CEO, commented: “We’re excited to be back at Event Tech Live this year. It has proven so beneficial to our business in the past that coming back was an obvious choice. We’ve exhibited before so this year we wanted to do more.”

ETL co-founder, Adam Parry, said: “EventsCase works with the likes of Telefonica, the United Nations, Santander and Odeon to help them save time and money on their events – so the team definitely knows a thing or two that will benefit our visitors. We’re looking forward to welcoming them back to Event Tech Live.”

Find the EventsCase team at stand 1105 across both days of ETL.

EventsCase is also the supplier of the ETL website.

Event Tech Live is Europe’s biggest free-to-attend show dedicated to the world of #EventTech. The two-day show runs from 6th-7th November at The Old Truman Brewery, London. Register today to secure your place among leading industry peers.

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