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GrowthZone

Pricing available on the GrowthZone website and product demos available upon request. Pricing available upon request. Headquartered in Austin, TX with other locations in Chicago, IL, Maitland, FL, McLean, VA, Atlanta, GA, Boston, MA. Product demo and pricing available upon request. Petersburg, FL with offices in Groton, CT, Austin, TX, Lombard, IL, UK, Philippines. Product demo and pricing available upon request. Pricing available upon request.

10 virtual event tools you can use to move your meetings online

Association Success

Because social distancing — as in, the physical separation of people — is one of the only tools in the medical toolbox known to assuredly prevent the spread of this new virus, the cancelation of the Austin, Texas, music and technology conference South by Southwest was just the first in what will ultimately be a long line of events shut down by Covid-19. Note that LiveStorm does max out at 1,000 live attendees unless you speak with someone about enterprise pricing. .

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Customers for Life: Meet the Zenoss TechZen User Community [Case Study]

Higher Logic

John Boyle, Technology Alliances & Community, Zenoss. Zenoss debuted its new community in April 2017 at its annual conference, GalaxZ, complete with an updated brand and a new crowdsourced community name, courtesy of its Austin roots: TechZen. We caught up with John Boyle, in charge of technology alliances and community at Zenoss, to learn more about the TechZen launch and how community engagement has grown since the re-launch.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 2.10.17

Reid All About it

DelCor published two good posts in the last week – one suggests the questions you should ask the references provided by technology vendors. Presenters: Amanda Marijanovic (moderator) with panelists from PCMA, Freeman, the Austin Convention & Visitors Bureau, and the Austin Convention Center. – The Ultimate Tech Hackathon: 30 Tools & Shortcuts to Use Technology More Effectively. Presenter: Carol Vernon, certified executive coach, Communication Matters.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 2.10.17

Reid All About it

DelCor published two good posts in the last week – one suggests the questions you should ask the references provided by technology vendors. Presenters: Amanda Marijanovic (moderator) with panelists from PCMA, Freeman, the Austin Convention & Visitors Bureau, and the Austin Convention Center. – The Ultimate Tech Hackathon: 30 Tools & Shortcuts to Use Technology More Effectively. Presenter: Carol Vernon, certified executive coach, Communication Matters.

Why You Should Be Using Customer Reviews in Your Social Media Marketing Strategy

SocialFish

In another study headed by Google, 60% of participants said they read peer reviews when search for new business technology. But they can also help to foster community among users, particularly if you keep the lines of communication open between your organization and your reviewers. By encouraging a culture of sharing among users, you’re helping customers and members build a community, while demonstrating that your service is worth the price. Interested in this topic?

Coronavirus Updates for Association and Events Professionals – What You Need to Know

AssociationChat

They also talk about the impact of the global health situation on the Association market and how technology can help the industry become more sustainable in the future. The Price of the Coronavirus Pandemic (source: The New Yorker) April 13, 2020 – As April arrived, businesses, large and small, decided not to pay rent, either because they didn’t have the cash on hand or because, with a recession looming, they wanted to preserve what cash they had. About this list.

Daily #COVID19 Updates for Association and Events Professionals – What You Need to Know

AssociationChat

They also talk about the impact of the global health situation on the Association market and how technology can help the industry become more sustainable in the future. The Price of the Coronavirus Pandemic (source: The New Yorker) April 13, 2020 – As April arrived, businesses, large and small, decided not to pay rent, either because they didn’t have the cash on hand or because, with a recession looming, they wanted to preserve what cash they had.