Download the Congress app
Don't miss a thing at this year's GreenPort Congress and Cruise event with the brand new conference app.
The app is a free, downloadable companion to both the cruise and conference, providing everything speakers and delegates need to make the most of the event.
It allows users access to the conference e-programme with the ability to ‘favourite’ particular talks. Also, for the first time, the app provides a speaker/visitor messaging service, meaning business is no longer restricted to the hours and location of the event.
What’s more, there is an exciting ‘Q&A’ feature allowing users to take part in real time Q&A sessions with speakers, so those burning questions need never go unanswered.
Other app features include the personal planner, live polling, an event news feed, speaker list, instant social media access, private messaging and a handy guide to this year’s sponsors.
To get the free app just download the free EventMobi app form any app store and type GreenPort into the code bar.
Now in its 12th year, the GreenPort Congress and Cruise conference will be held from 10 to the 13 October 2017 in Amsterdam.
Supported by the Port of Amsterdam it will provide decision makers from the port community with a meeting place to both learn about and discuss the latest in sustainable development and environmental practice.
This year will see the biggest conference yet with an exciting range of high profile industry speakers, ready to spark fascinating debates and valuable discussions on the current environmental issues facing the port industry.
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