Event Analytics & Design


Solutions Oriented

Technology Driven

Data Management

Customer Relationship Management

Leveraging technology to solve common issues
with a focus on managing the data.


 

 

 

 

Use technology to run onsite attendee tracking.

 

Your vision. Our team. Successful outcome.


About Us

Event Analytics & Design

Event Analytics & Design (EAD) is the brainchild of two industry experts with the mission of revolutionizing the event management industry.  Our goal is to create a dynamic platform for registration, communication, and project management by exploiting the latest technologies and treating the registration process as data management.  EAD offers an "end to end" solution with services including attendee management, event website design, data analytics and reporting as well as communications and collateral design and production. EAD also offers full event planning and production services by engaging and managing valued industry partners.

Why enter an already crowded field? Currently the market is too narrowly focused on simply gathering information and exporting spreadsheets. Not enough attention is focused on how the data can be utilized, ported and managed. By focusing on the gathered registration information as an asset, EAD looks for ways to simplify everyday activities such as badge production and reporting as well as innovating new ways the data can be used for communication, production and analytics. The industry as a whole moves too slowly in integrating the latest technology, innovations and trends.  EAD looks beyond current industry products and exams related markets and ideas to create an environment where solutions oriented design and development is championed.

 

Read more about our founders:  Noël Williams & Mark Stutes

 

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Our clients range from Top 50 in the financial industry, associations and
the small business owner.

Looking for Talent

EAD is always looking for new talent. If you are an event services specialist and would like to be considered for future projects please email a cover letter, resumé, business references and samples of your work (if applicable), along with the type of assignments you would be interested in being considered.

Registration coordinators
Travel directors
Web designers
Graphic artists
Video editors
App developers
Database developers
Programmers
Registration coordinators

Registration coordinators

The Registration Coordinator provides customer service to the attendees for a series of events. They will not only assist attendees with their online registration via email and phone, but will also be responsible for sending out communications to the attendees throughout the registration. You must be able to take initiative and work independently while functioning and collaborating in a team capacity. Additionally, they are to ensure that all attendee information collected during the registration process is clean, accurate and complete.

Submit resume for Registration Coordinator

Travel directors

Travel directors

Experience in managing hotel room blocks, greetings at the airport, overseeing banquet service, arranging transportation, organizing tours, packaging meetings materials and ensuring that clients' expenditures don't exceed their budgets. Also, be ready to go the extra mile.

Submit resume for Travel Director

Web designers

Web designers

Develops web sites and help create, plan and execute the design; maintaining and upgrading service. Position may also include being involved in meeting with the client.

Submit resume for Web Designer

Graphic artists

Graphic artists

Responsible in creating visual ideas with the purpose of informing or capturing the interest of the consumer. A high degree in designing artwork, sound, text, and video into interactive multimedia, packaging, and advertisements using graphic design software.

Submit resume for Graphic Artist

Video editors

Video editors

Responsible for cutting and editing film footage which meets the director’s approval. Rearranges and splices scenes already shot or determines if scenes need to be reshot; inserts music, sound, or optical effects.

Submit resume for Video Editor

App developers

App developers

Creating, maintaining and implementing the source code that makes up the application or program. Comfortable in languages such as Java, C++ or ORACLE to develop the necessary specifications for software.

Submit resume for App Developer

Database developers

Database developers

Focus on improving databases, expanding their range or functionality, or otherwise developing submissions the company’s IT architecture. Will work alongside database administrators and other database and network professionals to understand the context of the IT system.

Submit resume for Database Developer

Programmers

Programmers

Develops new applications from beginning to end. Maintains existing applications. Analyzes methods to efficiently address software system requirements. Possesses problem solving capabilities. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills.

Submit resume for Programmer

Contact Us

 

    (415) 243-6487

   660 4th Street #329 San Francisco, CA 94107

    info@eventand.com

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