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Veloxity Team

The latest news and trends in mobile technology, events, and more.

13 Mar

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How to Improve Your Event: 20 Post-Show Steps

March 13, 2017 | By |

Events are hard work. You spend time a lot of time planning and preparing, as well as during the event making sure it’s a success.

People often forget what really matters is what you’re doing post-event. Post-event follow up is key to ensuring your attendees’ experiences are stellar.

An infographic by agencyEA, an experiential and event marketing company, highlights 20 steps to take after your B2B event. Read More

06 Mar

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4 Reasons to Rent a Phone Charging Station vs. Buying

March 6, 2017 | By |

According to Aaron Smith of Pew Research who published the results of his findings in January of 2017, illustrated that “roughly three quarters of Americans (77%) own smart phones” http://www.pewresearch.org. Over the course of the year at one point or another everyone goes in to crisis mode when they see their battery almost out of juice. Somehow phones always seem to die at the most inconvenient times, whether you’re at a music festival, hospital, or on a college campus. Having phone charging stations at your venue, hospital, college campus and business provide that relief factor everyone is looking for in the desperate state of a drained cell phone battery. Read More

21 Feb

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SXSW 2017: What New Technology to Expect

February 21, 2017 | By |

For those unfamiliar with SXSW, it’s an unusual conference held in Austin, Texas. It combines music, film, tech and is currently the largest festival of its kind in the world. Celebrities that have attended the event include Barack Obama, Conan O’Brien, Mike Tyson, Elon Musk, Johnny Cash, Kanye West, and even Edward Snowden via live stream. Read More

03 Feb

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Mobile Phone Surge in the Medical Industry

February 3, 2017 | By |

You can often find phone charging stations at healthcare facilities. Doctors’ offices, hospitals, and clinics purchase charging stations for employees and for patients in waiting rooms. To combat long wait times and prevent having frustrated patients, these medical facilities are brainstorming ways that they can keep patients satisfied. Read More

23 Jan

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Phone Charging Kiosks at Community Colleges

January 23, 2017 | By |

Today, almost half of all undergraduate students in the United States attend community college. A report from the Digest of Education Statistics shows that this amounts to just over 10 million students which is 42% of all undergraduate students. This makes two-year institutions an integral part of higher education. Read More

02 Jan

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How Smartphones and Charging Stations are Changing Retail Shopping

January 2, 2017 | By |

Phones have changed the way we do just about everything in our daily lives.  We are constantly connected and have access to anything we may ever need or want, literally at our fingertips.

While digital technology and mobile devices have changed the way we communicate, experience media, and conduct business, they have also revolutionized the way we shop.  One of the relationships that smartphones have impacted the most is that between retail outlets and their shoppers. Read More

15 Dec

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The Latest Event Trends For Trade Shows and Conferences

December 15, 2016 | By |

Events like trade shows and conferences can be the cornerstone of any month, quarter, or year.  Whether you are attending or hosting, theses circled dates on calendars hold a world of potential in terms of education, relationships, and opportunities.

However, with so much to gain during these events, there can also be a considerable amount to lose.  Marquee events like multi-day conferences, and even single day trade shows require an immense amount of resources.  Massive investments in time, capital, and people go into planning, implementing, and executing these events.  The same is true for those in attendance.  According to a study from CEIR, 78% of trade show attendees travel over 400 miles. Read More

12 Dec

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Why Does My Phone Keeping Dying? : Busting the Top 4 Battery Drainers

December 12, 2016 | By |

It’s hard to take pleasure in stopping at the gas station.  It’s a necessary evil that takes a chunk out of your wallet.  However there are ways to delay and extend the time in between fill ups.  Turning down the air conditioner, accelerating smoothly, avoiding sudden stops, and using cruise control all make your gas tank seem a little bigger.  But eventually the time will come to refuel.  In this sense, your car isn’t too different from your phone.  In fact, it may even be accurate to say that you’d rather see your gas light illuminate your dashboard before seeing the battery icon on your phone turn red. Read More

01 Sep

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How Being Millennials is a Benefit to our Business

September 1, 2016 | By |

A lot of times, millennials get a bad rap. We’re often described as lazy, entitled, and sensitive. While this doesn’t embody every single millennial, we’ll admit we have our flaws. But so does every generation. When you actually sit down and compare the different characteristics of each generation, we feel that a business in our industry is much better off being run by millennials. Read More

23 Aug

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The 15 Worst Times for Your Phone to Die

August 23, 2016 | By |

So much of our daily lives involve cell phones, that at times it can be hard to live without them. As much as we’d like our phones to last forever, the reality is that if they’re not charged, they’re going to die. We spend a lot of time “charging up” and conserving our phone’s battery to prevent them from dying, but we aren’t always successful. Read More