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TulNet helped sponsors generate more leads

Not only were sponsors happy with TulNet, but attendees were also, and it showed. Many attendees stayed online and continued conversations well after the event ended.

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5,000+ events held for leading organizations

Event Strategy Group improved their virtual networking

By finding a balance between customization and user experience, Gatherly helped Event Strategy Group host engaging virtual events for some of their biggest clients. Brendan Shuff at Event Strategy group explains how they did it.

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UCLA has held multiple events using Gatherly

The pandemic brought a new set of challenges to universities around the world. One of many universities that rose to the challenge was UCLA; our team worked with UCLA's Samueli School of Engineering to bring students opportunities for engagement and networking in a virtual environment.

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Pinayista retained a sense of community with virtual gatherings

Our team has been working with Gina Rosales' (virtual) events company, Make it Mariko, on holding corporate events for quite some time. Being familiar with Gatherly, Gina sought to use our platform for her nonprofit, Pinayista.

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GE improved their virtual recruiting efforts using Gatherly

In past years, GE had held events on campuses of its partner universities in order to encourage students to apply to their positions. With the global lockdown hindering these efforts, the GE recruiting team looked to host their event online.

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Georgia Tech provided unique opportunities to 65+ startups

Demo days are critical to a startup incubator's success. The connections made on demo days ultimately define the value of the incubator. When Rahul Saxena at Georgia Tech's Create-X was faced with the challenge of organizing their first virtual exhibition, he reached out to us for help.

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Albinism.org held their national conference virtually.

The organization's conference, NOAH CON 2020, had to be held virtually due to the pandemic. Moving the event online successfully was essential. Individuals with albinism act as a critical support system for one another, and NOAH CON has been a staple of creating that sense of community.

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