Posts by Social Tables

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15 Boston Event Venues That Bring Out the Best in Every Experience

As the oldest city in America, Boston is a historian’s dream destination, but it’s also so much more! Chandeliers and skyscraper views, waterfront hipster hubs, incredible food… there’s a space for every planner or event to call home. So to help you get started, we’ve rounded up twenty Boston event venues that give meetings, weddings, and…

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STR Study Shows Higher F&B Profits for Properties Using Social Tables

In March 2018, Social Tables commissioned STR, the leading benchmarking company for the hospitality industry, to conduct an independent study analyzing the impact of our Event Services Platform on hotels. To execute the study, STR analyzed F&B numbers over a three-year period for 631 non-customers and 123 customers, comparing the profits of those equipped with…

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Product Update: Create Events Right From Lead Capture Tools

Event planners think ahead. When they’re searching for potential event spaces on behalf of their clients—whether on your website or the Social Tables sourcing platform—you can be certain they’re also sketching the best layout options and designing the whole experience. Often, your best bet as a property is to give them as many planning tools…

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Social Tables Hires John Hannula as Chief Revenue Officer

As we continue toward our vision of connecting the hospitality industry through collaborative event planning technology, we’re beyond thrilled to welcome John Hannula as our first Chief Revenue Officer. Backed by a proven track record of revenue leadership, John will oversee all company revenue — from new sales to customer retention — guiding Social Tables…

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A man utilizing conference software as he speaks to the audience of a business meeting

Top Conference Software Picks for Each Piece of Successful Meetings

This year, the Events Industry Council released their much-awaited study on the economic significance of the meeting and conference industry. Inside was a stat that many meeting planners are already feeling: While the number of meetings increased 5.4% since 2009, a pickup in attendance per meeting lifted the total number of participants by 22.7%. While…

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