Eproval to attend 63rd IFEA Convention: Changing Perspectives in the Event Industry

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VANCOUVER, September 26, 2018 – From October 1-3, Eproval will be heading to San Diego, CA, to attend the 63rd International Festivals & Events Association (IFEA) Convention. This year’s theme, Changing Perspectives, aims to provide its attendees with access to many points-of-view; increase awareness of changing technologies, trends, issues, opportunities and risks; and offer educational and networking opportunities. Upwards of 500 event industry professionals are expected to attend this year’s event.

“After attending IFEA’s Expo in 2017, we’re looking forward to returning to this year’s event and participating in the three-day convention”, remarked Duncan Mueller, Director of Sales. “At Eproval, we are continuously working on evolving our event permitting solution¾challenging and changing our own perspectives is a relevant topic for our team because it helps us stay relevant and competitive.” Over the past 12 months, the team at Eproval has expanded its solution so that it’s even more customizable and streamlined, and reflects the real daily challenges and needs of Event Offices.

In addition to serving government bodies, Eproval is also suited to education providers, non-profits, and private land managers. “I’m looking forward to connecting with representatives across all sectors of the Event Industry and demonstrating Eproval’s capabilities. I’m eager to hear from industry representatives about their needs, but also demonstrate how our automated solution can facilitate process improvement and deliver next generation customer service” says Mueller. Eproval’s customizable platform can be used to manage multiple event permitting streams, but it can also manage film permitting, grant applications, and other complex approval processes.

To connect with us during this year’s convention, call or email duncan@eproval.com. For a demo or more information on Eproval’s features and benefits, contact Duncan directly or email the Vancouver-based team at info@eproval.com. You can also connect with them on LinkedIn and follow @eproval on Twitter.

About Eproval

Eproval is a leading online application and approval solution designed for local government and other permitting bodies – making it easier for customers to submit permit applications, and more cost efficient for government and partner agencies to review permit applications and issue approvals.

Enquiries

Duncan Mueller, Director of Sales
Eproval
Cell: 416-841-8811
Toll free: 1-855-787-2228 x102
duncan@eproval.com

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