Julie shares about her on-site training experience at the Wharton Performing Arts Center of Michigan State University in Lansing, Michigan.
Have you ever needed a quick list of events? Perhaps a list of all confirmed concerts last year or even a list of events in the next six months (assigned to a particular event coordinator)? This blog elaborates on the Event Search feature, and includes a step-by-step article, PDF, and tutorial video.
“I believe that the ebb and flow of life is best served when we get ourselves out of an ebb, and move into a flow–rather than just waiting for it. Celebrations are a great way to do that.”
EventBooking founder and CEO, John Platillero, shares about the importance of celebration–celebration in our life, our work, and how he desires both to be complimented through the service that EventBooking provides.
Dave Behm shares about his on-site training experience with Brian Chia at the Columbus Georgia Convention and Trade Center in Columbus, GA.
This blog provides a brief walkthrough of the Email Alerts feature, which one can learn more about in the handy PDF and tutorial video provided here.
Have you ever wished for “sticky notes” on the calendar? Perhaps just simple text that everyone can see as a reminder? Your wish is our command–that’s why we have a Daily Calendar Notes feature. Learn more about it here.
Founder and CEO of EventBooking, John Platillero, shares his gratitude for venues and the memorable moments that they foster–like his son’s college graduation.
As cloud-based software, the browser you use has a direct effect on the performance of the EventBooking program. Here are some tips and recommendations we offer to ensure that your experience with our software is as smooth as possible.
John Platillero shares about his experience at the IEBA Workshop in Nashville, TN and gives us his biggest “take-aways.”
Our first blog post! With the launch of our new re-designed website and this blog, we are excited to more actively engage in conversation with our clients and with the industry at large.