In this article we will: – Explain the scale and breadth of the global and USA multi-billion dollar events industry and the business opportunity it offers. – Address why existing big ticketing platforms fall short of the needs of event organisers and promoters. – Explore the revenue challenges experienced by local print, TV and radio […]
There’s only one event this month to be at if you want to talk about local advertizing and improving monetization: Borrell Miami 2020. The Evvnt proposition is all about local advertizing for local media to build local communities through local events. And that’s why we’re going to be at Borrell Miami 2020. Actually some of […]
There’s a great deal of discussion in the US media space about how local newspapers, TV and radio stations can survive in very testing financial circumstances. Michael Bloomberg might have made just provided a half billion boost with his failed bid for the Democratic nomination but that hasn’t gone to the grassroots where newsrooms and […]
Evvnt CEO and Founder Richard Green has been out and about talking about what Evvnt does and was pleased to get involved with the Data Transmission Podcast recently. You can tune into listen here. Describing the podcast discussion Data Transmission says: “Richard is a tech enthusiast former employee of eBay, Qype & Accenture. He’s now […]
An Evvnt local events calender now draws a richer selection of local content from the likes of Evenbrite to give readers a huge choice of possible events.
LOCAL news is the top reason people subscribe to a community newspaper, according to an Ad Age/Ipsos Observer American Consumer survey. At the same time, a shift toward an experience economy shows no signs of slowing. In fact, a 2014 Harris Poll on behalf of Eventbrite reported that 78% of millennials preferred to spend money […]
Los Angeles-based Evvnt has developed an automated event-marketing calendar that publishers can use to manage events, automating what was once a time-consuming, complex, and expensive task, and funneling revenue from event marketers straight to publishers. The Web-based tool has been six years in the making. Events Calendar licensing in the US “is a $40-million industry — […]