11th Jul

Learning To Drive Engagement at mLearnCon 2014

Last week we traveled down to mLearnCon in San Diego – the leading annual conference for learning and training professionals, with a focus on applying mobile technologies to learning. This is the second year that DoubleDutch has worked with the eLearning Guild to provide the app for this 1,000+ attendee conference. With the goal of [...]


10th Jul

Why would a mobile event app company care about Google I/O 2014?

Because of Google’s mobile-first approach to everything. At I/O, it was clear that Google is focused on extending the mobile experience to your wrist, TV, and even work – essentially connecting everything in your life in the most seamless way possible. It all starts with the new version of Android If you’re looking for a [...]


24th Jun

What does iOS 8 mean for mobile event apps?

If you own an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, you know to expect great things from Apple. The unveiling of iOS 8 was no exception. But what does this actually mean for mobile event apps?  With new platform capabilities (like interactive notifications, extensions, and indoor positioning), new features that enhance an attendee’s overall experience and [...]


04th Jun

Marco Giberti Brings His Event Industry Experience to DoubleDutch Board of Directors

Your favorite event app is about to get even better. Today Marco Giberti joins the DoubleDutch Board of Directors, bringing 20 years of experience in the events industry to an already stellar board. Giberti is a wildly successful entrepreneur and angel investor in several digital media and early stage tech companies. He was named one [...]


13th May

5 Takeaways From DoubleDutch On Tour San Francisco

This summer the DoubleDutch team is heading out On Tour to bring event technology to the masses with DoubleDutch On Tour. The half-day events are geared to bring event app education to the forefront, and help you become a mobile expert. Our first stop? San Francisco’s Flagship Converse store! The San Francisco event featured DoubleDutch [...]