• Hubb will partner with SPINCon for the second year in a row

     
    POSTED June 12, 2018
     

Senior Planners Industry Network (SPIN) will be partnering with event management software provider Hubb once again for SPINCon 2018. SPINCon organizers first utilized Hubb at last year’s con and found the single-source event technology to be incredibly useful for storing and editing content.

“Working with Hubb last year helped to streamline speaker management process for SPINCon 2017,” noted Tracey Smith, SPIN’s executive director. “Hubb’s technology allowed us to handle this process more efficiently and pairing it with our conference app made for a seamless solution.”

Hubb also simplifies planning for SPINCon organizers by allowing them to update all event information sources at once and sending out automated reminders to speakers and session graders.

“Our technology allowed the SPINCon organizers to focus on thinking strategically about the conference and create a better event experience for their attendees,” said Allison Magyar, CEO of Hubb. “We are excited about continuing this partnership with SPIN and are looking forward to attending our second SPINCon!”

According to the annual Salary Survey conducted by Convene, the Professional Convention Management Association’s (PCMA) industry leading magazine, event organizers received an average income increase of nearly seven percent in the last year. That’s more than twice the North American average.

 

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