There’s nothing like a gathering of great minds. EventBooking & Ungerboeck came together in St. Louis to kick off becoming one company. Check it out!
By merging with Ungerboeck, EventBooking looks forward to combining our efforts to provide easy-to-learn and powerful products to drive the event industry forward!
Steve Mackenzie, now serving as the Executive VP of Ungerboeck, gives his thoughts on the new company’s latest merge with EventBooking. Check it out!
One of the most difficult things for venue staff can be keeping track of last minute changes to events. Here’s how VenueOps helps.
Positive change can’t happen unless we move beyond awareness and into action. In this spirit, EventBooking has become an official partner of the IAVM Diversity & Inclusiveness Leadership Committee. Read more:
In the wake of staggering unemployment numbers in the event industry, venue professionals who remain in their roles may find that another casualty of COVID-19 is a loss of “human business intelligence”—the collective head knowledge that has literally left the building. Evelyn Ingram discusses some ways to “mind the gap” and recover as a team.
Why do we do what we do at EventBooking? President Steve Mackenzie discusses the original mission and core values behind VenueOps, and why we set out to make the most intuitive platform on the market for venue management and booking.
Steve Mackenzie, President of EventBooking, has just been elected as the ICCA Chairperson for the North American chapter. Check it out in this video!
Located in the Guangdong Province of China, Shenzhen World Exhibition & Convention Center is the world’s largest exhibition center and a VenueOps client. Simon Lomas, COO of the massive facility, shares about how they’ve been adapting in their first operational year since COVID-19 made it’s debut, as well as hopeful stories about their recent re-opening.
David Daly, CVP, shares his experience of transitioning from a 19-year career in the performing arts venue world to a new career in the venue software world—and the surprising similarities he found there.