Staff Writer
Jun 17, 2019

Cvent acquires mobile event app DoubleDutch

The acquisition will aim to boost Cvent’s onsite solutions and in-house talent pool.

Cvent acquires mobile event app DoubleDutch

Cvent, a meetings, events and hospitality technology provider, has acquired DoubleDutch, a leading mobile event app based in San Francisco. The acquisition is expected to grow Cvent’s signature mobile event app and onsite solution capabilities.

“We are extremely excited to add DoubleDutch to the Cvent family,” said Reggie Aggarwal, CEO and founder of Cvent. “By adding DoubleDutch’s industry expertise to Cvent, we accelerate our investment in mobile event technology. We are also proud to welcome the talented DoubleDutch team to our more than 4,000 Cventers worldwide. Together, we will continue to drive innovation in how attendees engage at events.”

The DoubleDutch Live Engagement Platform has powered events, conferences and trade shows for more than 700 customers globally including Akamai, ASAE and SAP.

“DoubleDutch is an innovator in the mobile event app space and both Cvent and DoubleDutch have a shared mission to unlock the business value of human connection,” said Lawrence Coburn, CEO and founder of DoubleDutch. “We are incredibly proud to join the market-leading team at Cvent. With their global reach and scale, we can fuel our passion to change the way people connect, learn and grow at live events.”

Source:
CEI

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