Michael Doane Author

Michael Doane is a writer, marketer, and web developer who has fallen in love with the events industry. At CadmiumCD he teaches meeting planners about the benefits of event tech. As Marketing Manager he also has the unique pleasure of telling the company's ever-growing story. In his spare time he hikes, travels, and writes novels about ordinary people doing extraordinary things. Mike currently lives in Harford County Maryland with his wife and three pets.
Veterinary professionals congregate each year at the Western Veterinary Conference (WVC) for one of the largest, most influential gatherings of veterinary professionals in the world. The show is a comprehensive five-day educational event to connect, inspire and fuel attendees’ passion for animal healthcare. During WVC’s 89th Annual Conference, CadmiumCD introduced eventScribe Boost, an enhanced version of its eventScribe Conference App, with breakthrough features that extend beyond the educational experience of attendees. Here's what happened.

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Why Aren’t Event Apps for Meeting Planners?

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How WVC Annual Ditched Their Walkie-Talkies & Binders and Brought Onsite Conference Management Into the 21st Century Veterinary professionals congregate each year at the...

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CadmiumCD, a provider of software solutions for meetings, conferences, and trade shows, has entered into a partnership with Madison Avenue, Inc., provider of meeting graphics and signage. The partnership with Madison Avenue is designed to strengthen CadmiumCD’s commitment to bringing events together on to one easy-to-manage ecosystem.

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Partnership Brings Digital and Print Together at Conferences and Trade Shows

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CadmiumCD and Madison Avenue, Inc. Develop Solution to Integrate Event Apps with Reusable Meeting Signage FOREST HILL, MD – CadmiumCD, a provider of software solutions for...

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Little Known Ways To Use Technology for Your Conference: Examples from 6 Major Associations

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Little Known Ways To Use Technology for Your Conference: Examples from 6 Major Associations

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AIA: Local Events & Tours Problem: AIA Annual Meeting has over 60 tours that attendees can participate in that are organized by the host city’s AIA chapter and that...

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The American Library Association (ALA) is the oldest and largest library association in the world. Roughly 20,000 librarians gather every year for the ALA Annual Conference. An additional 10,000 librarians gather for ALA’s Midwinter Meeting. Collectively, ALA Content Coordinator, Alicia “Alee” Navarro, and her team are responsible for scheduling and managing over 3,000 events, sessions, and presentations between these two conferences.

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CadmiumCD Adds Logistics Management to Its Software Platform

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New Product Saves Meeting Planners Over 40 Hours of Labor and Automates Tedious Processes FOREST HILL, MD – CadmiumCD, a leading event software company, announced the...

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Keeping up with what’s going on in your industry is a top priority for most professionals, but especially those in the events industry. Meeting planners are busy people, so making sure you’re staying on top of the latest news can be difficult while you’re also juggling multiple events. Luckily, we have a list of our eight favorite blogs for events industry news and commentary so you don’t have to search all over the internet to stay informed.

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Top 8 Event Industry Blogs for Busy Meeting Planners

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Keeping up with what’s going on in your industry is a top priority for most professionals, but especially those in the events industry. Meeting planners are busy people, so...

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AVA found a fun, affordable solution to help promote attendee resources for their annual conference. Keep reading to learn how AVA's staff created simple, eye-catching videos to promote their conference app, CE tools, and audience response system, at a price that won't break the bank.

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This Association Created a Fun, Affordable Way to Promote Their Conference App to Attendees

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Do you ever have trouble creating promotional materials that resonate with attendees? Do you want to increase app adoption or awareness of specific attendee benefits? AVA found a...

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 Here are some of the top features we've been working on over the past few months. These are must-haves for meeting planners who want to automate their conferences and deliver exceptional experiences to their attendees.

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12 Must-Have Features for the Tech Savvy Meeting Planner

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 Here are some of the top features we’ve been working on over the past few months. These are must-haves for meeting planners who want to automate their conferences and...

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Event planning has never been a straight forward task. But thanks to the growth and sheer power of social media sites like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, many aspects of the planning process are made much easier forward for us.

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[INFOGRAPHIC] Social Superheroes of Event Marketing

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Event planning has never been a straight forward task. But thanks to the growth and sheer power of social media sites like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, many aspects of the...

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In recent years, new arrivals in technology and software have had a big impact on the events industry. These new solutions assist with efficiency, management, and the overall attendee and vendor experience. Below are 3 trends in event technology that have become essential, and will be sticking around for years to come.

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3 Event Tech Trends That Aren’t Going Away

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In recent years, new arrivals in technology and software have had a big impact on the events industry. These new solutions assist with efficiency, management, and the overall...

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The hot topic in the meetings and events space right now is software integration. Event managers and meeting planners are asking themselves how they can get their disparate event tech stack to work together as a collective whole. This becomes increasingly difficult for attendee-facing products like event apps, digital signage, and conference websites because the potential for failed data transfers and dataquakes is heightened.

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The Problem with “Band-Aiding” Event Data Across Attendee Software Platforms

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The hot topic in the meetings and events space right now is software integration. Event managers and meeting planners are asking themselves how they can get their disparate event...

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