Whova developed the app deserves an award!
October 20, 2021

Whova developed the app deserves an award!

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Whova

I used the Whova app during a recent conference. It provides an easy and practical way to collaborate and share views and insights with the rest of the conference community. It seems its developers have spent a lot of time in design and customer experience :-)
  • Great for sharing 'icebreaker' statements to encourage me to approach you for networking.
  • Great for creating discussion topics and for contributing to topics other have expressed interest in.
  • Great for promoting ideas, products/services or simply giving feedback to presenters at the conference who have been generous enough to share their experiences and knowledge.
  • Lots of good features. Perhaps one idea to consider is to remove the need for scrolling when trying to access additional options, by spreading content out over multiple pages. It's easy to miss a feature because we don't know we need to scroll.
  • Being able to initiate topics for general discussion.
  • Being able to connect with specific conference delegates, including presenters.
  • Being able to quickly capture contact details for people you may want to connect with after the event.
  • This technology 'humanizes' conferences by helping to break down perceived barriers about who we can or cannot connect with. This is a big barrier to networking, especially at large conferences.
  • It's an app on your phone! It is so simple to use, there really is no excuse not to maximize its value if you're attending a conference!

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Well suited for live (face-to-face) events. I have not experienced this, but the app [may] not be well suited for virtual events because they often have networking capabilities like chat built into the platforms. I may be wrong, but just sharing my perception.