03rd Apr

Mobile Marketing Best Practices Are Ripe for Events

by Jennifer Hawkins, Director of Marketing of DoubleDutch With 2 billion smartphones worldwide, it’s no surprise that mobile marketing spend grew 80 percent in 2013. The numbers don’t lie – consumers are addicted to their phones, so marketers can connect with their target audience in new ways. How can we employ mobile in a way that [...]


16th Mar

DoubleDutch to Showcase the Hottest Mobile & 3D Tech at EXHIBITOR 2014

Are you a trade show organizer or corporate event planner?  Are you shaking your head yes? Then the fabulous Las Vegas better be in your travel calendar this week, as the EXHIBITOR 2014 Conference & Exhibition is taking place at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino.  EXHIBITOR is a face-to-face training conference and exhibition for event [...]


05th Mar

Too many SXSW parties to choose from? Use the unofficial party app.

The “almighty-festival-that-must-not-be-named” which draws more than 65,000 people from interactive, film & music industries kicks off Friday, March 7th in Austin, Texas. Are you ready?  Do you have a party plan?  A method to the party madness?  With more than 200+ parties, concerts, and live events taking place outside of the  800 sessions available at Interactive alone, [...]


24th Feb

European #MarketingProfs Converge at TFM&A

Attention all you european #marketingprofs lucky enough to be attending the Technology for Marketing & Advertising (TFM&A) conference in London, you are in for treat! The conference now in its 14th year is the UK’s largest gathering of marketing and advertising professionals — this February 25 & 26 they will be offering over 180 free [...]


19th Feb

DoubleDutch Goes BIG With MPI

We are gearing up to finish off the month of February with not one — but THREE Meeting Professionals International (MPI) events across the country. MPI is one of the largest and most vital global meeting and event industry associations helping it’s members to thrive by building connections through knowledge and ideas, relationships, and marketplaces. [...]