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Free Webinar: Get Empowered By The API Economy

By Raime Merriman on Jan 09, 2017 / Category: Allie Magyar, / API, / webinar, / free / 0 Comments / Tags: Allie Magyar, API, webinar, free

Free Webinar for Event Managers: Get Empowered by the API Economy

 

This webinar has already happened! But good news; you can watch the recording at the bottom of this page!

APIs are the secret sauce that hold amazing events together. They enable powerful event technology tools to share data and seamlessly integrate with each other. This connected data can save you time, improve your event ROI, and help you run more impressive events.

On January 25th, as part of our monthly Event Intelligence webinar series, we’re hosting a free webinar about APIs designed to help those who struggle with getting different technology vendors to work well together or who find themselves overwhelmed by the sheer number of event technology options.

Presented by Hubb CEO and founder Allie Magyar, an authority on the use of APIs in the meetings industry, this webinar focuses on practical tried-and-true advice derived from Allie’s 15 years in the event management trenches. You’ll get actionable tips and downloadable templates to take back and implement in your day to day work.

By attending this webinar you’ll learn:

  • How to use tools like APIs to connect your data
  • How to use that connected data to improve event ROI
  • How to use event tech integrations to power content at your event that drives meaningful engagement

Date: Wednesday, January 25th, 2017

Time: 10am PST / 1pm EST

Good news! You can watch Get Empowered by the API Economy webinar right now!

 
 
 
 
 
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