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Why would a mobile event app company care about Google I/O 2014?

Because of Google’s mobile-first approach to everything. At I/O, it was clear that Google is focused on extending the mobile experience to your wrist, TV, and even work - essentially connecting everything in your life in the most seamless way possible.

What does iOS 8 mean for mobile event apps?

24 June, 2014
If you own an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, you know to expect great things from Apple. The unveiling of iOS 8 was no exception.

Marco Giberti Brings His Event Industry Experience to DoubleDutch Board of Directors

4 June, 2014
Your favorite event app is about to get even better. Today Marco Giberti joins the DoubleDutch Board of Directors, bringing 20 years of experience in the events industry to an already stellar board. Giberti is a wildly successful entrepreneur and angel investor in several digital media and early stage tech co[…]

5 Takeaways From DoubleDutch On Tour San Francisco

13 May, 2014
This summer the DoubleDutch team is heading out On Tour to bring event technology to the masses with DoubleDutch On Tour. The half-day events are geared to bring event app education to the forefront, and help you become a mobile expert. Our first stop? San Francisco's Flagship Converse store!

DoubleDutch Partners with Technovation to Teach Young Girls to Code

1 May, 2014
This spring, the DoubleDutch team partnered with Technovation, a global technology entrepreneurship program, to teach young women how to code and create successful business strategies. As part of the program, DoubleDutch employees mentored students from San Francisco's Immaculate Conception Academy; helping t[…]

The Event Ghetto

29 April, 2014
Way back in 2010, when we were first trying to raise some seed money for the initial concept that would later become DoubleDutch’s flagship event app, it wasn’t particularly easy going.

European #MarketingProfs Converge at TFM&A

24 February, 2014