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Trippus makes the Financial Times FT 1000!
The FT 1000 lists the companies in 31 European countries that have achieved the highest compound annual growth rate in revenue between 2013 and 2016.
Print badges automatically – directly at the entrance
Forget about cutting, folding, sorting in alphabetical order and long queues. With Trippus Print on Demand your guests scan their tickets at the entrance, and they get their badges printed in real-time, green and efficient.
Welcome to the new Trippus!
Trippus has a new look, a new logo and freshly updated website. The product has not changed though, the inside is just as safe as before and you can continue creating smooth events with Trippus, but in a more inspiring environment.
5 social media tips
When using it correctly, Social Media can be a very powerful and cost-efficient way to promote your event. Use these 10 social media tips to promote your next event.
Trippus launches in Germany
On July 1st, 2017 Trippus establishes an office in Berlin. We have recruited Uwe Klapka as Country Director.
The Meetings Show in London
Trippus will take part in The Meetings Show at Olympia in London 13-15 June 2017. This will be the fifth Meetings Show.
IMEX in Frankfurt 2017
Trippus exhibits at the IMEX trade show which is one of the most important shows in the meetings industry.
Europe’s Fastest Growing Companies
Financial Times lists Trippus as one of the fastest growing companies in Europe
MICE Party 2017 in Brussels
On the 16th of February MICE Party 2017 was held in Brussels – 800 people from the Meetings Industry gathered to enjoy good food and entertainment.
Print on demand
Instead of pre-printing all badges and distributing them on site or sending them by mail risking that participants forget them at home, badges are printed on site at the same time as each participant arrives.
3 tricks to engage your audience during a presentation
We’ve all sat through our share of boring presentations. It’s mind-numbing to be forced to listen to dry content that’s delivered (or worse, read) at us, rather than discussed with us. Often, all this talking is in vain anyway. Studies show 91% of listeners at business presentations admitted to daydreaming, and an impressive 39% to downright falling asleep at some point.