Five Technology Providers Unite to Form Event Tech Tribe
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Event content management software developer Hubb has joined Glisser, ShowGizmo, Swoogo and TRC to form the Event Tech Tribe, a partnership of event technology providers dedicated to equipping event managers, planners and marketers with best-in-class technology solutions.
The Event Tech Tribe offers event professionals access to technologies, expertise and support from its member companies, whose solutions address critical event management workflows including registration, content management, mobile applications, attendee badging and tracking, and interactive presentations.
Each member of the Event Tech Tribe can access its partners’ services and solutions on behalf of its customers, offering a comprehensive portfolio of solutions, all designed to simplify work and amplify results for event professionals. The founding companies of the Event Tech Tribe have committed to integrate their complementary technology solutions, assuring interoperability between systems, and have made a year-long commitment to a series of live in-person and online events to bring the latest in best practices and industry intelligence to event managers and planners.
Every Tribe company is led by an experienced event professional who sits on the committee that directs the organization’s efforts.
The founding members of the Event Tech Tribe are:
- Glisser – developer of interactive presentation platforms, based in the US and UK; www.glisser.com
- Hubb – provider of event content management solutions, based in Vancouver, Wash., USA; www.hubb.me
- ShowGizmo – Australasia and US-based developer of mobile apps for attendees; www.showgizmo.com
- Swoogo – developer of event registration solutions, based in the US and UK; www.swoogo.com
- TRC – lead retrieval, badging and attendee tracking solutions provider, based in Princeton, NJ, USA; www.trcbadgerite.com
The Event Tech Tribe will host a no-cost webinar series about sharing best practices, new innovations and practical tools to help event managers and planners enhance their skill sets. On January 25, the Tribe will host the first of a monthly curriculum of Event Intelligence webinars, focused on the emerging API Economy in event tech. Attendees can register at http://info.hubb.me/get-empowered-by-the-api-economy-webinar. In addition, the Tribe will host a series of lunch-and-learn events, offering CMP credits on a variety of event management topics, with the first gatherings scheduled for March 28 in New York and March 29 in Washington, D.C.
The Tribe will also be at International Confex in London, UK March 1-2. They can be found at booth B37C.