3 Ways to Make Your Events More Interactive

  Think about an event like it were a great book. At the beginning of the book, it's all about capturing attention and sparking the reader's interest to keep turning the pages. Throughout the book, you re-engage the reader with twists and turns in the plot. By the end, the reader feels a sense of accomplishment, entertainment, or value from having read th

DoubleDutch to go Big on Live Events in 2019

15 January, 2019
Tomorrow evening in Phoenix (Wednesday, January 16), DoubleDutch will be hosting the first of what we expect to be a 50 event series of boutique events around the world.  The events are called StorySalons, and they are part story-telling karaoke, part tech-assisted networking, and part magic and serendipity.

What Makes a "Great Event" Great?

9 January, 2019
We've all been to “great events.” Experiences that leave you feeling energized and inspired long after you leave the venue. But, as we reflect on this past year we began to really think about the question “what actually makes an event great?”

Community: The Last Authentic Marketing Channel

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

A Customer Advisory Board to Remember, Featuring Boomset

27 December, 2018
  Every year DoubleDutch hosts annual customer advisory boards (CABs), this year we ran our East Coast event in Manhattan, New York. During these face-to-face gatherings with our customers we provide a forum for honest feedback and talk about trends forming in the industry. Our product roadmap, professional s[…]

New Feature: Power up Attendee Networking with “Magic Hour”

18 December, 2018
Magic Hour is the newest addition to the DoubleDutch Event App’s growing stack of ready-to-install add-ons. This extension is the ultimate conversation starter for your networking happy hour, lunch or any downtime at your event.

The Ultimate Mobile Travel Itinerary: “My Travel”

12 December, 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.