Event management apps for the entertainment sector allow people to organize and manage events such as weddings, conferences, and parties. The application should help users create and send event invitations and view a list of other confirmed attendees. Event management apps can also provide helpful information about event venues or nearby attractions that may be relevant to the specific event.
Event management apps are similar to most other social networking apps like professional networking apps, meetup apps, and event planning apps. Eventbrite and MeetUp are two popular examples of event management apps.
An event planning and management app built for a 501(c)(3) public charity.
An event management app that includes a Google calendar integration, an API that allows them to sell event tickets, an OpenTable API for restaurant reservations, the option for restaurants to upload food and drink menus, a Google Maps API to provide directions, a chatbot integration for live chat support, and a ParkMobile integration to allow attendees to pay for parking.
An event management app can grow rapidly within the entertainment sector by focusing on how it can add value to event organizers and attendees. By providing an easy-to-use platform that allows anyone to create a gathering, an event management app can attract a large pool of organizers and attendees. Event management apps also need a user interface that is simple enough for users to navigate even while they are engaged in a live event. Ideally, event management apps should provide an easy way for users to make real-time changes to their events while they are visiting the site.
An event management app for the entertainment sector is subject to many legal and technical risks: intellectual property claims, unauthorized resale of copyrighted or trademarked materials, and liability issues related to user safety. Event organizers should include robust mechanisms for reporting harassment and abuse in an event management app so that it can be quickly taken down if necessary. It is recommended that you consult with legal counsel before deploying an event management application because it may potentially fall under the purview of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA).