Eproval to attend IFEA Expo: A new digital solution for Event Offices

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VANCOUVER, August 3 –  This September, Eproval’s Vancouver team will be heading to Tucson, AZ, to attend the 62nd International Festivals & Events Association (IFEA) Expo. Held on September 15, the IFEA trade show is a great place to connect with event industry representatives and learn what is new and top of mind in the event industry. Upwards of 500 event industry professionals are expected to attend the event this year.

“We are the first city permitting software provider to attend IFEA’s convention, so we’re excited to connect with municipal event offices and show them the potential of our digital solution”, remarked Rene Michaely, one of the founders of Eproval. “We’ve built a robust solution that is highly customizable, affordable, and simplifies all of the complexities and nuances of event permitting”.

In addition to serving government bodies, Eproval is also suited to education providers, non-profits, and private land managers. Rene and his team look forward to meeting representatives across all sectors and demonstrating Eproval’s capabilities. The 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.

For product demonstrations and more information on Eproval’s features and benefits, visit Eproval at the IFEA Expo held at the JW Marriott Tucson Starr Pass Resort & Spa in Tucson, AZ, or 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 – making it easier for customers to submit applications, and more cost efficient for government and partner agencies to review and approve.

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Jonathan Thompson
Business Development
Eproval
P: 604-568-6807
E: jonathan@eproval.com

62nd Annual IFEA Convention, Expo & Retreat

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