Event management company Cvent is on pace to channel more than $7 billion in event and conference spending in 2012 and is now bigger than its next 10 competitors – combined.
Continuing a stunning turn-around, event-booking company Cvent helped companies book $3.4 billion worth of meetings in the first six months of 2012.
Cvent, probably the world’s largest cloud-based online registration and event management company, has bought mobile event apps maker Seed Labs for an undisclosed sum in its first-ever corporate acquisition. It’s the latest act in a stunning turn-around for the Virginia-based company, which was left for dead years ago after a high-flying dot-com start.
Guest Post A lot of companies are debating whether — and what — to move to the cloud. The company I work for, Australia-based Proactive Accountants Network (PAN), made a pretty unusual decision to go all-in on cloud technology and made the leap in a span of 10 weeks, dramatically changing our IT infrastructure. So, for those of you still debating, here’s a look at life on the other side.
After the dot com bubble burst, Cvent, an online events management company, had to scrimp. The company barely survived.