Thank you for being a valued iVvy customer. We wanted to let you know that we have changed our Venue supplier terms that affect the bookings and enquiries that you will receive from the marketplace.
2017 was a year of growth for iVvy expanding into the US market and 2018 is set to be another year of monumental growth, with the recent launch of the New Zealand website.
iVvy today announced our partnership with DHISCO Inc., the world’s leading hospitality distribution company, to power its hotel booking engine.
iVvy today announced the appointment of technology consultants Kathy Misunas and Flo Lugli as U.S. advisors, supporting our launch in the North American market.
After more than seven years revolutionising the meetings industry in Australia, iVvy today announced its launch into the North American market, offering Stateside hotels and venues industry-leading online tools to market, manage and report on their properties from any device, any time.
Events technology company iVvy has won the prestigious iAward, Australia’s leading awards program for innovation in the digital economy, in Queensland. iVvy was picked as the best in the Business Services category by a jury that included judges from CSIRO, Swinburne University and other leading organisations.
iVvy has developed the world’s first booking engine for the events industry, enabling you to search, compare, book and pay for your entire event including function space, food & beverage and group accommodation instantly, and all in the one place.
Marriott recently tested beacon technology in 14 hotels, becoming the first brand in hospitality to use the low-cost transmitters that have been used in other industries. Beacons offer indoor positioning through Wi-Fi and allow companies to offer more personal experiences with consumer context. Shazam will use it to offer personalised song recommendations, Virgin Atlantic uses it to send its Heathrow passengers information on phones, and Rolls-Royce uses it to give museum goers multi-sensory experience.