Interest in the Event Management Software Market Grows, While Deal Values Shrink

Frost & Sullivan hosts complimentary analyst briefing evaluating how operational efficiency can achieve a profitable bottom line

Nov 18, 2013, 11:09 ET from Frost & Sullivan

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Nov. 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --


11:00 a.m. EST on Wed., Nov. 20, 2013


Complimentary online registration:


Frost & Sullivan Business and Financial Services Senior Consultant Debbie Wong and Senior Research Analyst Renganathan Krishnamurthy

Given the recovering economy of the USA, financial investors are increasingly exploring new areas of investment. This briefing will analyze one of those areas, the event management software market, by delving into the market size and key financials.  Event management software refers to automated software solutions that help organizations plan and manage events more effectively and efficiently. This ultimately drives attendance, improves participant experience, and reduces event operating costs. An end-to-end solution in this market includes event registration, event planning, mobile application integration, and post event surveys, among other features. This complimentary webinar will also feature firms that offer solutions that cater to one or two parts of the entire solution.

Why you should attend:

  • Learn about the event management software market including market share distribution
  • Identify key financial metrics for ensuring a firm's success
  • Understand a sample valuation for a hypothetical startup in this market that attracted venture capital (VC) funding

As this presentation will discuss the event management software market, it will benefit industry participants, VCs and private equity investors.

Supporting Quote

"Successful firms in this market have strong control over their operations to ensure their net margins remain positive," said Frost & Sullivan Business and Financial Services Senior Consultant Debbie Wong. "From a funding perspective, despite growing interest in this market, the average VC deal value declined in this market."


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