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Interview with Richard Green the Founder of evvnt.com

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Check the full article on Entrepreneur Handbook ! Founder of evvnt.com Richard Green launched his latest venture evvnt.com on the 1st of April 2012 after 12 years spent working in the tech space with companies such as; EBay, Accenture, MIVA, Touch Local and Qype. Having identified that there was a problem around how to deliver value to an […]

Plan an Event.org

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Plan Event Marketing, evvnt will publish your event to 50+ event listing sites. I’m sure you’re familiar with the saying “if you build it they will come”. But is that really the case? There have been so many times that I’ve seen people orchestrate what could have been a great event. But the event wasn’t […]

evvnt an equal opportunity employer

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Some call it a social experiment, our daily engagement with Twitter, blogs, chat boards, posting sites and indeed the internet – This new world accelerates faster than we sometimes care to value and indeed ‘values’ can be lost. It’s on days like today where I find myself reviewing my comments, pressing the stop button long […]

All together now

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Event Magazine All together now Getting your event on listing sites can take hours with indeterminate rewards. Enter Evvnt, originally designed to serve local events but now being taken up by exhibition organisers such as Informa and UBM. It aggregates listings sites and posts your event on up to 90 of them in one step, reaching […]

Our Journey

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Our Journey Throughout 2012 and into 2013 the evvnt team has been on a wild journey delivering our superior event marketing to the masses. From our opening on April Fools’ Day (no joke!) we’ve built our little start-up into a service that has enabled event owners both to get their events online and have them […]

Submit, promote, add, list, market an event online

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You decide to run a public facing event, it’s important and the pressure’s on as ‘success’ is key. The clock is ticking and you know that failure is not an option. You don’t have a famous rock star attending or performing at your event so you need to market the event but how… the problem. […]