Australasia’s number one event app, ShowGizmo, has been confirmed as the official event app provider for the Australasian Society of Association Executives (AuSAE). The partnership will be initiated at AuSAEs ACE event on 24-25 May in Canberra, Australia.
AuSAE represents over 10,000 individual leaders throughout Australia and New Zealand. This partnership will help increase attendee engagement and interactions at future AuSAE events.
“We excited to partner with ShowGizmo to launch the AuSAE event app at ACE 2016,” said Kerrie Lucas, Events and Communications Manager at AuSAE. “The ShowGizmo team has been great to work with – we really feel as though they are an extension of our team. The AuSAE event app we’ve built together will greatly enhance member interaction and engagement before, during and after our events, leading to stronger value and benefit for our members,” added Lucas.
The partnership comes as ShowGizmo continues to expand in new markets including the USA and UAE.
“It’s important that we continue to make new relationships in our home market,” said Marie-Claire Andrews, ShowGizmo CEO. “As part of this partnership we’re also offering AuSAE members special benefits for their own mobile investments, so we look forward to providing the perfect tool for association professionals across Australasia to use and adapt into their events.”
Michael Fuller, Vice President of Global Strategic Alliances for ShowGizmo is familiar with the association domain where he previously served as Strategic Communications Manager for the Association of Australian Convention Bureaux (AACB).
“In my previous role, I became familiar with AuSAE and the important work they do,” said Fuller. “I’m very proud of the partnership we have AuSAE. We are helping to increase and strengthen ROI and enhance attendee and user engage at all AuSAE events – ACE is just the beginning.”
If you are an association professional in Australia or New Zealand, the AuSAE Conference and Exhibition (ACE) is the MUST attend event of 2016. Find your invitation and additional information at http://www.ausae.org.au/ace.