EventBank Expands to Latin American Markets

EventBank, a SaaS company specializing in events, associations and chamber management software, has expanded to the Latin America market as their software continues to transform professional communities across the globe.

Tysons, Virginia - July 11, 2020 /MarketersMedia/ —

Today, EventBank, a cloud-based membership and event management SaaS company expanded to Latin America in order to better serve organizations in those markets. EventBank is excited to announce they have deployed a team in Mexico City dedicated to serve its LATAM customers. EventBank’s all-in-one software is already helping organizations in Mexico, Colombia, and many more countries.

EventBank’s all-in-one software includes a CRM & contact database, event management tools, email marketing features, ticketing, finance management, and more. EventBank has already begun assisting organizations in the LATAM markets with their events and membership strategies and they hope to continue serving more organizations in Latin American markets with this expansion. Regarding the expansion, CEO of EventBank, Eric Schmidt, says “we look forward to helping organizations in the LATAM market grow with the help of our software. The EventBank platform is uniquely positioned to help organizations overcome their challenges regardless of where they are located across the globe.”

This expansion comes just a few weeks after some other big news from EventBank, as they recently introduced their community and webinar engagement solutions which allow clients to build their professional communities in a digital environment as well as launch Webinars directly from the platform. With the COVID-19 forcing organizations to transition to a digital environment, EventBank has adapted to help clients not only survive, but thrive in an increasingly online setting. EventBank looks forward to continuing their 2020 success in these LATAM markets as they look to continue their mission to transform the way professional communities enable and enrich relationships.

About EventBank
EventBank is a leading provider of the cloud solutions that provide associations, event organizers, Chambers of Commerce, agencies, marketers, businesses, and NGOs with a full suite of tools designed to streamline operations, modernize processes, and eliminate engagement challenges. EventBank’s innovative all-in-one solutions combine the best event management, membership management, email marketing, CRM, Finance, Project Management and mobile apps. EventBank is currently present in 50+ countries around the world.

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