Unite 2017 is in the books! We’re so thankful for all who attended in New York City and Washington D.C., and to Biz Bash’s David Adler for acting as MC. The event was a true collaborative conversation about the current state of industry, event technology, and pain points we all experience with our work. We’ll be publishing the insights that emerged from the events soon, but we're so excited about what transpired that want to give the event prof world a recap and window into the cinsights. Enjoy and stay turned for our published findings from Unite 2017!
— Swoogo (@swoogo) June 6, 2017
'Ask your vendors if they have API integration. That'll make your life a lot easier!' - hubbdotme on event tech together #EventProfsUnite— TRC (@TRCBadgeRite) June 7, 2017
'Event organisers without the means to develop in-house need integrated, agile solutions that can meet their needs' #Eventprofsunite— Glisser (@Glisser) June 6, 2017
Audience pain point: How can you reach out to prospects outside of your CRM data? #EventProfsUnite— Event Tech Tribe (@event_tribe) June 7, 2017
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