Back in April, all of DoubleDutch converged in Phoenix, AZ for a company offsite meeting, and of course we built out an event app for the affair. We had a lot of business to handle and a lot of learning to do, but we wanted to have some fun while doing it. Luckily for us, our Senior Engineering Manager, Adam,[…]
It's no secret that many people attend events to gain valuable insights into trending topics in their industries. But, attendees are not just looking to absorb content presented to them by speakers and event organizers; that's only half of the equation. The second part to creating an educational experience is[…]
There are many ways to create a great event, but perhaps the best strategy for ensuring attendees have a memorable experience is personalization. DoubleDutch has always offered a tailored experience for attendees using the mobile app, but the new My Info extension will allow organizers to deliver personalize[…]
The news hit the wire yesterday that Cvent has announced its intent to acquire QuickMobile, one of the original pioneers of the event tech category. The deal is expected to close as early as this month.
Last week the entire DoubleDutch team met in the valley of the sun for an unforgettable company offsite jam-packed with goal setting, learning, and even some karaoke.
DoubleDutch powers thousands of events for our clients, but we have our own events as well, like our annual holiday party. Last December, while our team was securing locations, food, and drinks, our Engineering Manager - Adam Liechty - was on a secret mission to add a little twist to the party.
Last week, my daughter’s school sent out a communication to parents around a series of investments they were making to protect the school’s students from an armed attacker. Construction to improve sight lines. Security protocols. Escape routes.