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Tripleseat Unveils Third Annual Hospitality Conference in Nashville

February 07, 2019 Industry News
Industry News

EventCamp, sponsored by Tripleseat, a leading web-based event sales and management platform, announced its third-annual conference to be held at City Winery Nashville on April 30. EventCamp is the only conference of its kind to gather together sales and event professionals to discuss the booming areas of private dining and events for restaurants and hotels. The conference features educational sessions from various industry and marketing experts, offering attendees the exclusive opportunity to learn how to grow their business and make their venue stand out.

Sales and event managers in the hospitality industry can expect to be provided with new techniques for event management, as well as information on the latest technologies and trends to better their business and create memorable events. EventCamp covers practical subjects to equip professionals from restaurants, hotels, and other venues with insights on how to bring their business to the next level.

“After the success of sponsoring the EventCamp hospitality conference over the past two years, we are thrilled to be heading to Music City for our third gathering of industry experts to provide tips and share their expertise among our attendees,” stated Jonathan Morse, co-founder and CEO of Tripleseat. “Creating an educational, yet fun, off-site experience provides sales and event specialists in the field with the tools to grow in both their careers and in business, as well as discover new techniques to improve customer engagement and book more events moving forward.”

Passes for EventCamp 2019 are now available. Stay tuned for more schedule updates and keynotes speakers to be announced. For more information or to register, please see here: http://tripleseateventcamp.com.

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