As we look forward to 2019 and all it has in store, we’d like to acknowledge all that 2018 held for our company, our clients, and the industry as a whole. Steve Mackenzie reflects on this past year’s successes and challenges as a springboard for the next 365 days!
Don’t resign yourself to accept mediocre customer service from event software suppliers. Steve Mackenzie emphasizes the importance of working with companies that put service first, and raising the industry standard as a result.
Data migration—which may seem like an obvious course of action or even a necessity—is not as seamless, cost-effective, or necessary as one might believe. Ask yourself these 7 questions if you’re considering a data migration from one venue management software to another, to ensure you don’t waste your time and money!
Tired of networking that results in little more than a stack of business cards, cold handshakes, and even colder leads? So was Steve Mackenzie. The president of EventBooking shares what he’s learned about networking through 20 years of experience, and introduces a refreshing approach to this trade show tradition. Say hello to Networking 2.0.
What truly differentiates one event tech company from another, given that feature vs. feature, many applications are very similar? President of EventBooking, Steve Mackenzie, gives a compelling (yet simple) answer to this question.
EventBooking hires Steve Mackenzie, an event and venue industry expert, as it’s President. As such, he will work alongside founder and CEO John Platillero to launch the company’s third generation of core software products. Big things are on the horizon for this Knoxville-based company.