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Steven Yellen

Steven Yellen

Steve Yellen is the vice president of product strategy at Aventri.

Recent Posts by Steven Yellen

August 26, 2021

How to Simplify the Event Planning Process for Infrequent Planners

Event planning is no easy feat, especially if you’re tasked with spinning a thousand plates at... READ MORE

June 15, 2021

How to Leverage AI to Improve Personalization and Event Experiences

Artificial intelligence (AI) has been hailed as a key driver of digital transformation across... READ MORE

April 15, 2021

How to Leverage Data to Improve Your Virtual and Hybrid Events

One of the most important benefits of virtual events is that, much like any other digital... READ MORE

January 14, 2021

Meeting vs. Virtual Event vs. Webinar – Why All Online Interactions Are Not the Same

Top-trending words come and go. What’s “cool” today may have been “groovy,” “crackerjack” or the... READ MORE

November 12, 2019

Aventri Product Updates for Q3 2019: Lead Retrieval, Mobile App Features & More

Throughout the year, the Aventri team works hard to enhance our event management software... READ MORE

November 5, 2019

Tech Tuesday: 3 Steps to Understanding Your Event Check-In Requirements

One of the most important keys to a successful event in a smooth check-in experience. Long... READ MORE

August 6, 2019

Event Intelligence Series Part 5: What’s Next?

Welcome back to the Aventri W.I.N. (What I Need) Series where we provide in-depth discussions on... READ MORE

July 30, 2019

Event Intelligence Series Part 4: Finally, We Can Talk About Technology

Welcome back to the Aventri W.I.N. (What I Need) Series Event Intelligence Edition. We’ve come... READ MORE

July 23, 2019

Event Intelligence Series Part 3: Event Intelligence Use Cases for the Offline Buyer’s Journey

Welcome back to the Aventri W.I.N. (What I Need) Series on Event Intelligence. We’ve reached the... READ MORE

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