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News COVID-19-Webinar, a leading creator of mobile visitor apps, is hosting a special COVID-19 webinar to support visitor attractions. is hosting a webinar entitled COVID-19: How Technology Can Help Attractions Survive, Then Thrive. This is designed to help attractions understand how to use technology in order to communicate better, mitigate the impact of the pandemic, and aid recovery.

The webinar will take place on Wednesday 8 April at 2 pm BST and will feature expert insights into how technology can help attractions to weather the storm.

How technology can help

The global coronavirus pandemic has led to widespread closures of visitor attractions, meaning that the industry has undoubtedly been hit hard. As this unprecedented situation continues to develop, attractions will have a range of challenges to overcome and will have to make some changes to the way they operate.

However, says, “the good news is, there are a number of ways that technology can help across every stage – from improving communication to mitigating the impact of reduced operation or closures, and all importantly, with aiding recovery afterwards.”

The webinar is designed to guide attractions through the process. It includes insights on:

  • Communicating with guests during periods of disruption and closure
  • New ways to generate revenue during closures and times of reduced operation
  • Tools to help implement and maintain social distancing measures and facilitate a swifter return to operation
  • Tips for rebuilding consumer confidence and harnessing pent-up demand

The session will be presented by Mark Locker, CEO, and Emma Jones, Head of Marketing. To register and find out more information, please click here.

Earlier this year, announced a new partnership with Gatemaster Technology, a provider of POS and ticketing solutions in 16 different countries. Thanks to this collaboration, Gatemaster will now be able to offer its customers a guest-facing mobile app.

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