6 Tips on Building a Mobile App for Search Local Events

We live in the 21st century — the era of constantly changing society, technologies and the style of living. Seeing something new on TV or even through your house’s window makes us truly exacting onlookers — try to surprise us! This could be one of the main reasons why we’re always seeking new impressions and spectacles. And we want to find them as soon as possible, right?

That is how modern tendencies created a separate branch for developers — location-based app development. During the last ten years, this trend has spread hugely. Now it lets us learn more about event management, our custom and unoccupied niches on the market.

We’ll consider 6 tips on building a mobile app for search local events, so you could get new impressions as close as possible to end users. If you want to start from the very beginning, read how to build a mobile app in 7 easy steps.

Curious Data on Experience Economy

The concept of experience economy is about giving your customers strong impressions at memorable events. These impressions become their “experience”, the value no one ever paid much attention to.

According to the recent research of the Harris Group, millennials (people born between 1982 and 1994) are those who contribute the most to their impressions:

  • 78% of millennials would rather spend their money on the experience they want to feel or event they want to visit than buy anything tangible
  • 77% of millennials got their most precious memories at a happening they attended
  • Americans are ready to spend more on their live experience — since 1987, the share of spending on events increased 70%.

But it’s not only about millennials. The Broadway League states that the median age of the theater’s visitor is 45 years old.

So in the experience economy, a good idea for a startup would be to know your audience. Decide for yourself what customers you want to work with and look carefully at experiences they want to feel on regular basis.

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