• DoubleDutch Announced Technology Partnership With Eventbrite

     
    POSTED July 31, 2014
     

The leading developer of mobile event technology, DoubleDutch, announced a partnership with Eventbrite. The duo will intertwine the companies’ online ticketing technology and comprehensive event management system. This integration will allow event organizers to sync attendee lists between their Eventbrite and DoubleDutch accounts, ensuring easy onboarding.

The integration recently debuted at Eventbrite and BizBash’s Elevate Conference, located in New York City. The one-day Elevate Conference brought together event industry professionals for a series of educational sessions on topics ranging from innovative technologies, to fund-raising, to budgeting, to social media.

“Developing a successful mobile strategy for an event requires more than just an app,” said Lawrence Coburn, CEO and co-founder of DoubleDutch. “This new integration allows us to make the process of engaging event-goers and gathering actionable information dead simple for everyone involved.”

This also makes it easier for event organizers to spur attendee participation by automatically importing all ticketed guests to the dedicated event app. DoubleDutch strives to empower marketers and event professionals to adopt event technology that is secure and efficient; a goal this partnership enforces. 

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