Are you measuring the economic impact of your events?

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November 27, 2017

Are you measuring the economic impact of your events?

Communities around the world have long regarded events as important motivators of tourism that can affect the development of a town, city or region. With more events comes added pressure to measure the impact of events on a community. Who doesn’t want their hotels full year-round! Wouldn’t it be great if you could effortlessly measure the impact of your events without digging through emails, chasing down tired and out-of-town event organizers, or searching through piles of paperwork?

With Eproval, you can now send post-event surveys, requesting information that will help you better understand the economic, social, and environmental impact of events. This is valuable information when demonstrating to Council, stakeholders, businesses, and residents the positive impact of events in your community.

If you would like to take a closer look at Eproval to see if it’s the right fit for your team, contact us today for an absolutely-no-obligation demonstration.

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