New Delhi, Oct 29, 2015: Curofy, India’s premier doctors’ only mobile networking app has tied up with Annual Conference of the Association of Otolaryngologists of India (AOICON) to help doctors stay updated with the conference schedule and help the organizers to seamlessly communicate with its members.
This arrangement would mean that Curofy, which has been hailed by medical fraternity and media alike as one of the most happening platform to interact with each other, will develop an app exclusively for AOICON doctors and thus be an official media for for the conference.
“This is the first time we are planning to have an app for the national ENT conference and we are very excited about it. This partnership with Curofy will enable us to effectively reach out to all our delegates before and during the conference.”, says Dr. Bhushan Patil – Co-Organizing Secretary AOICON 2016.
Dr. Bhushan Patil also adds: “Use of mobile app will change the complete outlook of the conference where delegates will be eager to actively participate even before the actual conference”
Curofy will notify the doctors of the latest developments on the conference and also provide a platform for the organizers to announce/pass on information to the members with considerable ease amongst other features. In other words, Curofy would be used by AOICON as a tool to get or stay updated about various events falling with the conference ambit.
This also presents an added incentive to the sponsors to showcase their product on the app right from the day they tie up with AOICON. “This is unique because only owning stalls and putting out banners in the conference location hardly pays dividends these”, says Mudit Vijayvergia, Co-founder, Curofy. He adds, “With tie-ups as these, we are trying to reach out to maximum doctors so that they can leverage conference benefits through such a robust technological platform as Curofy”
Curofy, which is making stride upon stride, is looking to make more tie ups on similar lines not only boosting it’s already commendable user base but also inculcating a tech savviness in a community which has historically shied away from it.
Corporate Comm India (CCI Newswire)