The app for The 1st International Veins Meeting is now available for download on iOS and Android!
To download the app, please click here: https://crowd.cc/s/oVDS
It has all the important information to keep you up to date with everything related to the conference; including venue information, registration details, session descriptions and more. It also has a variety of great interactive and social features, with attendee messaging to communicate with other delegates, interactive maps to explore the meeting and exhibitors, SocialWall to share your experiences and personalized schedules with your own reminders, this app is all you need to make sure you don’t miss a thing from 15th – 17th March.
Once downloaded, be sure to enable push notifications so you don’t miss a thing.
Even if you are not attending the event, you can still download the app to see what is going on.
If you don’t have iOS or Android and you are attending the event , you can use the mobile web version of the app here: https://crowd.cc/copivm
For more information on some of the apps best features, please see below.
Personalized schedule integration
Attendees can create personalized schedules. Personalized schedules can also be exported from the app to the native calendar on any mobile device.
Our app makes navigating the meeting easy and intuitive. Our interactive maps let attendees zoom in and out, tap on pins for exhibitor and session information and include links to full profiles.
It’s simple for you to communicate instantly with other attendees. You can use the app to message other attendees directly—no phone number or email address needed. Message threads are saved for each attendee, making it easy to manage conversations.
Any social post you make on Twitter or Instagram with #COPIVM or #veinhealth will make it onto our SocialWall. This will be present on multiple screens around the venue.
All social posts will be reviewed prior to going live on the SocialWall.
The App includes the functionality of Live Polls, which allow you to answer questions that are then displayed in real-time during speaker presentations.