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Kayla Tarantino

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StorySalon: Golden Times in the Golden City of San Francisco

On a rainy and windy day in San Francisco last week, our team hosted our signature StorySalon event. Gathered at the intimate yet elegant venue "The Monroe," great minds from companies like Wells Fargo, Tesla, Google, and Intel told personal stories of growth, heartbreak, and lessons learned.

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StorySalon: Golden Times in the Golden City of San Francisco

February 11, 2019
On a rainy and windy day in San Francisco last week, our team hosted our signature StorySalon event. Gathered at the intimate yet elegant venue "The Monroe," great minds from companies like Wells Fargo, Tesla, Google, and Intel told personal stories of growth, heartbreak, and lessons learned.

StorySalon New York in Action

January 29, 2019
Last week our team brought our signature StorySalon event to NYC. The room was full of bright minds from companies such as PepsiCo, AIG, Mastercard, Aetna, KPMG, Merrill Lynch, AT&T, Morgan Stanley, IBM, and Verizon. The two-part event is part of our DoubleDutch Experiences program and our goal is to break do[…]

New: Engage an Audience with Live Scoring!

January 28, 2019
Ever wish that you could show a speaker some love in real time as they are sharing a story or giving a talk? Meet DoubleDutch’s newest mobile app feature: Live Scoring.

Recap & Reflection on StorySalon Phoenix

January 22, 2019
Last week we launched our first StorySalon event of 2019 at the MonOrchid Gallery in Phoenix, Arizona.  In 2018 we hosted a few StorySalon events in conjunction with our Customer Advisory Board meetings or other external events, but this was the first of it’s kind as a stand-alone experience!

Community: The Last Authentic Marketing Channel

January 2, 2019
  The marketing landscape has shifted to a digital-first mentality.

The Ultimate Mobile Travel Itinerary: “My Travel”

December 12, 2018
When one of our amazing customers asked if we could deliver a feature that would allow event attendees to easily reference individual travel information right from the mobile app, most companies would have balked due to the rapidly approaching event date.

Who killed the Event App? A Murder Mystery by DoubleDutch

October 31, 2018
Event managers, this is a cautionary tale of misuse. Beware of such fatal mistakes...
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