Tag: tech events.

TechCrunch Disrupt SF is 2 legit, doesn't quit

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This year’s TechCrunch Disrupt was a blast. Eventbrite was the ticketing partner for our neighbors and friends from 410 Townsend St, and we loved participating. We helped out with Monday’s conference check-in, many of us got to check out sessions throughout the 3 days, and I manned the bright (brite?) orange booth.
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Tech corner: Integrating Eventbrite with WordPress using Pods CMS

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Matthew “Spamboy” McGarity began blogging in 2003 in an effort to entertain his friends and chronicle their many adventures together. These stories have been collected on his website, an ongoing, ever-updated autobiography powered by WordPress and a custom theme. Matthew recently posted an excellent entry on integrating Eventbrite with WordPress using Pods CMS (in association
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Eventbrite video: Live from TechCrunch Disrupt in NYC

There’s really nothing more fun for us than seeing all of your planning work come together in an amazing event. So recently we sent a video team to a bunch of live gatherings to showcase just some of what Eventbrite organizers were up to. The events were eclectic, ranging from concerts to conferences, cooking classes to comedy shows (OK, so a lot of them started with a “c”…). But they definitely had one thing in common: an amazing sense of community. The first in this series is from TechCrunch’s last Disrupt conference, an innovative tech event that took place May 24–26 in New York.
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Guest post: 8 event marketing mistakes you can't afford

Edith Yeung is the founder and executive producer of BizTechDay, an entrepreneur conference where inspiring entrepreneurs share practical business and technology strategies. BizTechDay 2010 will take place in San Francisco, Seattle and New York this fall. Edith has successfully produced over 40 entrepreneurial events and brought over 5500 people together in the past 3 years. We asked her to share her insights into common event marketing mistakes. Here’s what she shared with us!
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SummerMash: Mashable tour's final stop in San Francisco

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Last night’s SummerMash was a blast. The Web 2.0 gurus threw a huge party at the Grand Hyatt for anyone and everyone in social media and tech. The Eventbrite team helped with entry management—using our check-in app on iPhones and iPads—and attendees got to sample hosted food and drinks, chat it up with bigwigs like Pete Cashmore, and grab cool prizes from event sponsors.
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