Issuing an event permit should not be a major event

#eventpermit

August 8, 2017

Applying for any type of event permit can be a painful experience; it can also be a headache for issuing agencies.

Are you tired of:

  • managing paper applications?
  • using outdated systems to track applications and approvals?
  • running around seeking approvals from various departments and agencies?
  • meeting the public’s expectations when each step in the process is challenging and slow?

eproval streamlines and automates the application and approval process so you can focus on more important things…like attracting a new craft beer festival!

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UPCOMING EVENT

International Festivals & Events Association Expo

We’re heading to IFEA’s 62nd Expo in Tucson, AZ, September 15.

If you’re coming to the Expo, stop by our booth and say hi!

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