Since our inception, Valuation Expo’s primary goal has always been to help appraisers LEARN, NETWORK and PROSPER. So our team here at Allterra Group custom designed a brand new mobile app to help appraisers get more out of the conference and be connected with all of the show’s happenings in real time. We expect this will not only be fun but help you be more prosperous.
We wanted to give our readers a quick rundown of the app and how it will help make it easier to navigate around Valuation Expo. The mobile app is available now for Apple (download here) and Android (download here) mobile devices.
The first big addition to our conference regarding this app will involve attendee badges. Every badge will have a scanable QR code on it that will help you check into your continuing education, as well as allow you to connect with companies with whom you network. Once you scan your own code, you will be able to update the contact information you would like to share with people you meet at the conference. When you scan someone else’s badge it will add their contact information to your contacts. Scanning into CE will be a breeze now and we will be able to get your course certificates emailed back to all attendees even faster.
The Sponsors and Exhibitors tabs will allow you to find out more about our vendors. Read company descriptions and watch demo videos in our app. Learn about the companies before going to talk to them on the trade show floor. We will also have notifications from sponsors about special promotions and contests so attendees have even more chances to win.
The conference schedule is now available in the app. Make sure you are where you need to be at all times. Read bio information on all of our presenters before listening to them speak. The Maps tab in the app will keep you from getting lost in the hotel or on the trade show floor. Stay up-to-date with all the conversation on social media with the Social tab and through #ValExpo.
If you want to find out more about Valuation Expo, check out this video from last year’s show