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Are Pop-Up Events Right for You?

Are Pop-Up Events Right for You? It’s not enough to simply have a glitch-free event anymore. Event planners are looking for new and exciting ways to creating lasting memories and experiences around their events. A not-so-new, but more recent trend g...
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Ungerboeck Software Chosen as Preferred Software for Peter Rowland Catering

Ungerboeck Software Chosen as Preferred Software for Peter Rowland Catering Ungerboeck welcomes Peter Rowland Catering as a new customer to their Event Management and CRM Software. Peter Rowland Catering (PRC), a Melbourne based company with a staff...
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How to Increase Revenue through Event Electric Services

How to Increase Revenue through Event Electric Services Selecting the Right Business Arrangement There are three typical business arrangements: Self-Operation (also referred to as “in-house”) – Many convention centers provide utility services
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What do the EURO2016 and the GED16 have in common?

Guest blogger: Angela Herberholz, UFI Marketing and Communications Manager What do the EURO2016 and the GED16 have in common? The EURO 2016 kicked off in June shortly after the first ever Global Exhibitions Day (GED16), and both had the same effect...
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How Many Jobs Does an #EventProf Really Do?

How Many Jobs Does an #EventProf Really Do? If you were to get a look into an event professional’s daily job, you’d be amazed at their level of multi-tasking, organization, commitment and even sanity. In 2015, and again in 2016, event professionals ...
Our favorite feature would be the online request forms. Having the ability for our clients to be able to request space in real time was a game changer. We were able to streamline a rather tedious process to become a lot more time efficient.
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Eventelligence Chat: July 1, 2016

EVENTELLIGENCE CHAT: JULY 1, 2016 Eventelligence is evolving. We’ve decided to take a fresh, new approach to our Friday blog and we think you’re going to like it. WHAT IS IT? Join @Ungerboeck every Friday at 2:00 CST for a weekly Twitter chat! Hoste...
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Are You Doing Event Swag the Right Way?

Are You Doing Event Swag the Right Way? The meeting and events industry is worth $907 billion according to a report by PricewaterhouseCoopers, which makes it the 10th largest industry in the United States. Consequently, the industry has one of the l...
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Identifying Influencers for Your Event

Identifying Influencers for Your Event “Marketing is no longer about the stuff that you make, but about the stories you tell.” – Seth Godin Often times when I think about marketing, I used to think of the classes I attended in college: SWOT analysis...
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Easily Measure Attendee Engagement

Easily Measure Attendee Engagement As the event industry grows in size and competition, the goal of event planners is to generate the most buzz, engage the most attendees, and leave a positive impression of the event in attendees’ minds. While atten...
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Eventelligence Chat: June 24, 2016

Eventelligence Chat: June 24, 2016 Eventelligence is evolving. We’ve decided to take a fresh, new approach to our Friday blog and we think you’re going to like it. What Is it? Join @Ungerboeck every Friday at 2:00 CST for a weekly Twitter chat! Host...
As complex as our operation is, and as fast as we are growing, we feel like we’ll never outgrow Ungerboeck.
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How to be an Innovative Venue

How to be an Innovative Venue In the past, the event industry has typically veered on the traditional side of technology and processes. But in a sweeping movement, event technology and its various applications are revolutionizing the industry and pr...
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Winner Announced for the 2016 VMA Young Achiever of the Year

Winner Announced for the 2016 VMA Young Achiever of the Year Ungerboeck Software would like to extend our congratulations to the VMA 2016 Young Achiever of the Year (YAOTY) winner, Casey Price. Casey, an Event Operations Manager for Etihad Stadium i...
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Event Planner's Guide: Using Check-In & Location Data

Event Planner's Guide: Using Check-In & Location Data Event applications are increasing, and their adaptive capabilities are opening a range of opportunities for event planners to better understand their attendees. Event technology is consistently c...
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Infographic: The Global Impact of the Events Industry

With all of the support that the global exhibitions and events industry has received over the past couple of weeks, we thought it would be a good time to examine (and present!) the facts and statistics to the #eventprofs community. See the global im...
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Eventelligence Chat: June 17, 2016

Inaugural Eventelligence Chat Eventelligence is evolving. We’ve decided to take a fresh, new approach to our Friday blog and we think you’re going to like it. What Is it? Join @Ungerboeck every Friday at 2:00 CST for a weekly Twitter chat! Hosted by
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5 Innovative Trends in Event Technology

5 Innovative Trends in Event Technology As technology continues to connect people and engage them in valuable interactions, it’s a no-brainer that the events industry would begin to leverage lightweight experiential technology to facilitate greater ...
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Using Venue Data to Understand Business Processes

Using Venue Data to Understand Business Processes We often forget about the venue data that we can routinely collect from within our event space that can be used to better internal efficiencies. Using this data can help venue managers understand bet...
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Process Optimisation in Small Venue Event Teams

Process Optimisation in Small Venue Event Teams Conference centres and non-traditional venues tend to have smaller event teams than large convention centres. As a consequence, the way they design and manage their processes is of a particularly high ...

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