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Introducing Liquid - Create jaw-dropping websites with iVvy’s new Drag-and-Drop Website Builder

Posted by Rachel Pleasant, Marketing & Communications Manager on 11 April 2016 | Comments

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No longer do you need to battle with clunky event website-building tools, with less than spectacular design templates; or pay through the nose to have custom event websites created - Introducing iVvy’s new Drag-and-drop website builder ‘Liquid’.

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Introducing iVvy’s new email editor

Posted by Rachel Pleasant, Marketing & Communications Manager on 17 March 2016 | Comments

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For anyone that has created an email campaign you would know how tricky it can be to make your email look great on all email programs and mobile phones. The development team has been working hard on how we can solve this challenge, and today we are pleased to announce that our new editor has been released.

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Using virtual reality, iVvy is taking events and hospitality into the Future!

Posted by Rachel Pleasant, Marketing & Communications Manager on 9 March 2016 | Comments

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iVvy is proud to be revolutionising the events industry and how consumers interact with venues and destinations, with the introduction of 3600 3D tours and floor plans for venues on the iVvy marketplace. This allows event organisers to experience event spaces and destinations like never before.

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How technology is changing the events industry – Part 2

Posted by Lauren Hall, CEO of iVvy on 27 October 2015 | Comments

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In my last post, I talked about the evolution of the event industry and how technology is shaping our experiences.

In a $4 billion market that went up 1.1% in revenue in 2013 – 2014 in Australia, there is slow shift from creativity and impact to the E3 model of engagement, experience and efficiency. The language has evolved to reflect not only businesses need for connected experience; engagement and social interactions, but also customer expectations aligned with change everywhere else.

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